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Mon Khmer - Mon Khmer album

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the Mon-Khmer etymological dictionary, which provides an on-line hierarchical reference that puts the data in context

They range north to southern China, south to Malaysia, west to Assam state in India, and east to Vietnam. The most important Mon-Khmer. Be on the lookout for your Britannica newsletter to get trusted stories delivered right to your inbox. 8 references found in Britannica articles.

The Mon-Khmer leids are a leid family o Sootheast Asie. Thegither wi the Munda leids o Indie, they are ane o the twa traditional primary branches o the Austroasiatic family. Housomeivver, several recent classifications hae abandoned this dichotomy, either reducin the scope o Mon-Khmer (Diffloth 2005) or breakin it up entirely (or equivalently reclassifyin Munda as a branch o Mon-Khmer: Peiros 1998). See Austroasiatic leids. The reconstructed ancestor o the Mon-Khmer leid is the Proto-Mon-Khmer leid.

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A1 When To Let Go
A2 Passwords
A3 Anniversary
A4 Golden Lights
A5 Wolfgang
B1 Birthplace
B2 Oslo
B3 Interlude
B4 Movement
B5 George


  • Bass, Synth, Vocals – Mathew Scheiner
  • Drums, Percussion, Synth – Dave Cole
  • Guitar, Synthesizer – Elias Meister
  • Mastered By – Paul Stubblebine
  • Mixed By – Elliot Scheiner
  • Pedal Steel Guitar – David Kaye
  • Vocals, Guitar – Hammarsing Kharhmar

Mon Khmer - Mon Khmer album
Alternative Rock
Performer: Mon Khmer
Title: Mon Khmer
Category: Rock
Released: 2010
Rating: 4.9/5
Votes: 808