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Riel

The currency of Cambodia. It was issued in 1980, ending a five-year period during which Cambodia had no monetary system. The U.S. dollar also circulates in Cambodia, particularly in urban areas. Additionally, merchants along the border often accept the Thai baht.
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In the first chapter, Van Riel surveys the role of religion within the Platonic city, and the connection between religion and morality.
Gwyn meditates himself as he follows Riel to the gallows, struck by his religiosity and dignity before death.
Louis Riel was created at Toronto's O'Keefe Centre on September 23, 1967, as part of the Canadian Opera Company's tribute to the centenary of Canadian Confederation.
Goldring also mentions that honouring Riel would demean the service of Canadian World War II veterans; he does not mention that a large number of Metis people fought among them.
Goldring's newsletter came out the month after a private member's bill was introduced calling for Riel's treason conviction to be overturned and Riel to be formally recognized as a Father of Confederation.
were looking for Riel and Villamar in connection with a Jan.
Another reason would be to make Louis Riel into a national figurehead that Metis across Canada can rally around (much like many Eastern tribes have pictures of Sitting Bull and Geronimo as symbols of Native pride, even if these tribes are not Sioux or Apache.
Teillet said her connection to Louis Riel is something that many Canadians find surprising.
Riel joined EagleBank as Senior Vice President and Senior Operations Officer in March 1998.
While Zinovich openly invites further debate in the on-going contentious issue of Louis Riel and his execution, he also succeeds in his exploration of Gabriel Dumont by augmenting the "facts" and lifting out fascinating aspects of Dumont's interior life.
Murray Nicolson chronicles the rival development of Protestantism and Catholicism in the West, the Riel rebellion of the 1880s, the struggle of Manitoba Catholic settlers for their own schools, and the arrival of Byzantine Catholics.