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40575

Re: IB: Demographics of Xrivizaja

Hmm. How do the Pallava https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pallava_alphabet or Renchong https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rencong_alphabet alphabets sound? I personally
juanmartinvelez
Feb 7
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40574

Re: IB Proposal: History of Samraj

Keep in mind that European countries couldn't really risk protectionist measures *there*, since they never managed to get much more than a few small holdings
juanmartinvelez
Feb 7
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40573

Re: IB Proposal: History of Samraj

I wasn't thinking keeping the names exactly the way I putted them on the proposal. My use of Google Translator was mostly provisional, I thought later to
Pedro Moderno
Feb 4
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40572

Re: IB Proposal: History of Samraj

can I suggest avoiding Google translate altogether ? although it can be good (and even then) for a quick and nasty translation, when you want to enter
majan_ca
Feb 4
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40571

Re: IB Proposal: History of Samraj

Thanks for your comments. I will try to make the proper changes in my proposal.My thoughts:You are right, surely Samraji modernization had been influenced by
Pedro Moderno
Feb 4
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40570

Re: IB Proposal: History of Samraj

I tend to agree regarding the UK *here* and its impact on the caste system. To see another example where they actually reinforced stratification, look at the
majan_ca
Feb 3
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40569

Re: IB Proposal: History of Samraj

Hmm. This is definitely a good start to an idea. However, I would like to add a few things to this proposal; IMO there are a few holes in it. I'm not sure if
juanmartinvelez
Feb 3
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40568

IB Proposal: History of Samraj

Hi everybody. Due to recent discussion about India, lately I’ve been thinking a lot about it in general and Samraj in particular. As I don’t think I’m an
pedromoderno
Feb 1
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40567

Re: IB: How developed are South and Southeast Asia?

Without major colonial presence guess caste system would had been outlawed later than *here*. IBwiki article about Samraj says the country became a
Pedro Moderno
Jan 21
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40566

Re: IB: Demographics of Xrivizaja

That I endorse whole-heartedly! From: "majan_ca@... [conculture]" To: conculture@yahoogroups.com Sent: Sunday, 17 January
Padraic Brown
Jan 18
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40565

Re: IB: Demographics of Xrivizaja

I don't know enough about malay history to give advices but regarding the script, the IB Style Book (54th edition) recommends, quote: "when one must chose an
majan_ca
Jan 17
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40564

Re: IB: How developed are South and Southeast Asia?

I think the caste system survival would also depend on the dominant religion. While in many ways it has broken its strictly religious origin and is present
majan_ca
Jan 17
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40563

Re: IB: How developed are South and Southeast Asia?

My thoughts about IB India: It's a pity *there's* India subject isn't much developed as much as other regions of the IB world. I believe with much less
Pedro Moderno
Jan 15
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40562

IB: Demographics of Xrivizaja

While the demographics of Mazapahit are more elaborated upon (primarily Hindu, with a fair-sized Buddhist minority), we know next to nothing about the
juanmartinvelez
Jan 15
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40561

Re: IB: FK languages as taught abroad

Well, I suppose that settles the question on the rhotic of the "cultivated" form of the Britannic languages. Thank Goddess! That morose grinding of the back
juanmartinvelez
Jan 14
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