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Has Science Discovered God?     Click to watch this FASCINATING, MIND-BLOGGING video with breathtaking images and you learn science in the process!   Read transcript             God in the Cosmos
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21 Exodus 33: 11; Names of God; IsabelGrace; New Year Resolution; Josh; Khmer Language in Crisis
22 Advent; Nativity Story; Where is God when it Hurts? Tsunamis and God; Khmer Language in Crisis
23 SOS! BKL Evictions!; IHT/NYTimes' Kissinger in Cambodia; Poetic Justice War Criminal Dart Games TODAY at 4 P.M.!! Welcome, Pres. Obama!; CICP-ICRC; Khmer Language in Crisis
24 New Life Fellowship; Spirit of Humanity Forum Iceland; A LANGUAGE IN CRISIS; STTP (Courage) Photo Exhibition at Bophana Center
25 Ecclesiastes; Flooding, sewage in Phnom Penh; Parent, the 1st Teacher; Khmer Language in Crisis; Khmer Bible edited by Theary (Proverbs, Song of Songs, Sermon on the Mount, Gospel, James, etc.)
26 "I know I can"; Crocodiles!, Desmond Tutu; Phanith Rama Sovann; You've Got Talent!; Justice: Theory Meets Practice Seminar Honduras (but 1st California); DW Education Conference Germany
27 'You've Got Talent!' Show; Women and Children, Venerable Monk Loun Sovath Arrested, Released! Cyber Law - Erosion of Privacy
28 Funeral, Activist Murdered; Get the DAM (Chinese) out of the Cardamon Mountains! Hold this Kew-Kew! Kew-Kew Accountable!
29 Who Killed Chea Vichea? wins prestigious Peabody Award
30 New York Students Raised $1,500 for Borei Keila Students; Speak Truth To Power (Courage Without Borders)
 
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A Language in Crisis: Punctuation is the Key to Development: Commas, Word Spacing

    You're already appropriating
punctuation marks;
now use them properly     About 5-6 years ago, I started posting pages from some Khmer dictionaries where commas were used (even if very sparsely, sporadically), in particular the 7-page [ ... ]


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