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Lhvatʻ toʻ kui toṅʻ vheʺ lhū khyaṅʻ tayʻ : / Sanʻʺ Thuikʻ Lū
Bib ID 6850448
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Sanʻʺ Thuikʻ Lū, author
 
Edition 1. ʼa krimʻ. 
Description Raṅʻ Kunʻ : Jaṅʻ Ratanā Co Cā pe, [2014] 
184 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm 
Series

Burmese collection political sciences

Summary

Collection of Burmese political commentaries.

Notes

Text in Burmese.

Subjects Burma essays -- Burma.  |  Burma -- Politics and government.

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