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371. learning | 18 Apr 2011
» Chiang Rai's cool climate has long allowed it to produce the special rice that Japanese people love to eat. Rice cultivation follows a strict timetable.
372. learning | 04 Apr 2011
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» to fall quickly from a high position; to (cause someone or something to) fall suddenly and often a long way down or into something ลดลงอย่างเร็ว (เช่น ราคา, อุณหภูมิ) พุ่งไปข้างหน้า...
373. learning | 21 Mar 2011
» Thai-Japanese long-term business partnerships come in handy in an emergency.
374. learning | 17 Mar 2011
» Making scientifically accurate pictures of plants in their natural habitat requires long training in botanical illustration.
375. learning | 17 Feb 2011
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» Thailand’s long list of native species is now officially a little bit longer.
376. learning | 14 Feb 2011
» A critical bottleneck that delays flights, long waits at immigration leave lasting bad impressions among tourists.
377. learning | 10 Feb 2011
» Da Torpedo won her round in the Appeal Court but she still has two more rounds to go before she finds out if she will be a long-time prisoner.
378. learning | 18 Jan 2011
» As long as students and parents believe government schools are not doing a good enough job, tutorial schools will be there to take their money. (Includes video)
379. learning | 27 Dec 2010
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» a long narrow open channel dug into the ground usually at the side of a road or field, which is used especially for supplying or removing water, or for dividing land คูน้ำ
380. learning | 14 Dec 2010
» If a stranger told you that there is a Namibia-born South African who has been in Thailand only fi ve years and who could teach anyone to read Thai in a weekend, would you believe her? Gary Orman is that man and he promi...