- From Burmese ဗမာ (băma), colloquial form of မြန်မာ (myanma); see Myanmar for more. (Wiktionary)
“_Legendary History of Burma and Arakan_ (R.ngoon, 1882); J. Gordon, _Burma and its Inhabitants_ (London, 1876); Mrs E. Hart, [v. 04 p. 0846] _Picturesque Burma_ (London, 1897); Gen.R. Macmahon, _Far Cathay and”
“RANGOON, BURMA (BosNewsLife) -- The United States on Tuesday, May 27, condemned a decision by the military government of Burma to extend the detention of Nobel Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, but said it remains committed to over $20 million to Burmese cyclone relief amid reports that Christians are among those who have been denied aid.”
“RANGOON, BURMA (BosNewsLife) -- The United Nations envoy for Burma, Ibrahim Gambari, arrived in the country Saturday, September 29, to urge the junta to end its violent crackdown on those opposing the regime, a day after satellite images confirmed that government-backed forces massively burn villages of predominantly Christian Karens.”
“The first film to be released by Dogwoof and The Co-operative will be BURMA VJ: Reporting from a Closed Country, which tells the story of the Democratic Voice of Burma and their role in the battle for a free and democratic Burma.”
“THE CONSTITUTION OF THE SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF THE UNION OF BURMA by Burma”
“PROTESTS, SYMBOLISM: SHAVED HEADS IN BURMA HIT THE STREETS AGAIN yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'PROTESTS, SYMBOLISM: SHAVED HEADS IN BURMA HIT THE STREETS AGAIN'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: The first section of this article reviews what has occurred in Burma over the past 6 weeks since the Military Junta\'s crackdown began.”
“(oct 6), free burma day action for bloggers (oct 4), US Campaign for Burma”
“In public remarks in the showcase capital Naypyidaw, Clinton only employed the term Burma but said it sparingly, generally saying simply, "this country.”
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