Related to Kyar: KTAR
n.1.Cocoanut fiber, or the cordage made from it. See Coir.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(3) In this article, I discuss how the ability to act as a moral authority is embedded in elaborate social notions of interdependency related to the specific formation of Plong Karen personhood and the importance of being 'faithful' (in Plong Karen, thout kyar) to each other.
Special Jury Prize - 'Hari Minggu Yang Ke-Empat' (Brunei); 'Bad Genius' (Thailand); and Shwe Kyar of 'Golden Lotus' (Myanmar).
Ooredoo Myanmar has handed over two primary healthcare centres to the Ministry of Health and Sports for the benefit of communities in Kyar Kan village in Kyauktan Township, Yangon Region, and Lay Thar village in Ma-Ubin Township, Ayeyarwaddy Region.
3) 59 from the village of 'Kyar Gaung Taung' locally known as 'Rabailla'.
The committee said in a statement that four Kokang leaders -- Phone Kyar Shin, Phone Kyar Hpu, Phone Tar Shin and Phone Tar Li -- fled the region after authorities summoned them over an illegal small arms factory in the area, creating a split among the Kokang leaders.
Li said he would hesitate to return home if the Myanmar army routs the Kokang Group, which has ruled the area and is led by Peng Jiasheng, also known as Phone Kyar Shin.
Campaign from Burma, security forces stormed the Ngwe Kyar Yah Monastery in Rangoon on September 27 at 2:00 AM.
Some were shot at and tear gassed in the dawn raids - and at Ngwe Kyar Yan monastery nearly half its 150 members were taken away.
Kokang leader Phone Kyar Shin said he plans to extend the cultivation of buckwheat to 2,000 hectares beginning next year.
The illustrations by Shirley Kyar depict Hopis today but most are accurate and helpful.(39)