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The two-character ISO 3166 country code for SWEDEN.

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1. An ancient Sumerian unit of length approximately equivalent to 0.0025 meters.

2. An ancient Sumerian unit of weight approximately equivalent to 50 milligrams.
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This special issue is a continuation of this project to globalise Southeast Asian history and to write Southeast Asia into world history.
The focus on artists from Maritime Southeast Asia also inconveniently perpetuates the tropes that have been present in many presentations of Southeast Asian art: multicultural networks, maritime currents and what the author calls "corpo-geographic" identities (p.
As such, it is a must-read for anyone wanting to gain a better appreciation of the issues that confront American security policy in Southeast Asia.
Cooper points out Southeast AgNet and CI are the only two media outlets serving the broad-based agriculture industry that are owned and operated by Florida-based entities.
Many of these kings viewed themselves as living incarnations of these gods,'' says Christine Knoke, assistant curator at the Norton Simon museum, whose extensive permanent collection of Southeast Asian Art includes several larger-than-life stone statues of Vishnu and a 37-inch-high by 21-inch-wide bas-relief.
An additional solution to Southeast Asia's piracy problem is the SUA Convention of 1998 (the Suspension of Unlawful acts Against the safety of marine navigation).
6 percent from 20 percent in 1997; exports to South Korea, Japan and Southeast Asia were off as much as 50 percent.
For those contemplating establishing a foot-hold in the Southeast Asia market, it is important to recognize that the financial and personal sacrifice will be great.
A statistical analysis and comparison of dental measurements for the 83 geographic populations in the sample shows that the southeast Asian dental pattern displays the least-specialized features of any group and provides the closest match of any single group to average dental measurements of all other world populations.
The tension between discipline and area is one of the two fundamental tensions in Southeast Asian studies.

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