Menam


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Menam

(miːˈnæm)
n
(Placename) another name for the Chao Phraya

Chao Phra•ya

(ˈtʃaʊ prɑˈyɑ)
n.
a river in N Thailand, flowing S to the Gulf of Thailand. 150 mi. (240 km) long. Formerly, Menam.
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December 1981 Replacing finance minister, Alemann took over April 1982 With the outbreak of the Malvinas War February 1983 Radical government to replace junta January 1984 Alfonsin became the new president July 1989 Alfonsin resign in advance, Menam became the new president Table 2--Mexico currency substitution rate growth rate Date Currency substitution rate of growth (%) January 1994 3.
has purchased a piece of land on the banks of the Menam Chow Phya and adjoining the Harbour Department; they have caused a handsome and decorative building to be erected thereon for the purpose of carrying on their increased banking business of which they now hold one of the biggest shares of all the Banks, (quoted in Porphant 1999, p.
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Today, the jobs the Drummoyne 'girls' once performed on the shores of Iron Cove are done by fresh generations of super-exploited women on the banks of the Ganges, the Mekong, the Yangtze and the Menam rivers.
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Another ADIB client, Hana Abdul Menam, won the AED 500,000 prize while 10 other winners won AED 10,000 each.
PT Alam Lestari Unggul, is a welding electrode manufacturer, getting the stainless steel supply mostly from Menam Stainless Wire of Thailand and Kuang Tai Metal of Taiwan.
One of the least-well-recorded areas of Southeast Asia during this period is the Menam valley, but we can identify the emergence of several polities at this time.
The British and French willingness to keep Thailand as a buffer between them was finally accepted in a modus vivendi in 1896, when the two powers guaranteed the integrity and neutrality of the Menam basin (the central plain of the Chao Phyra River that forms Thailand's core).
Another point at which Thai sovereignty was compromised was in 1893, when the French government sent two gunboats up the Menam River to Bangkok to force the Royal government to cede to France all territory on the left bank of the Mekong.