Mogok


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Mogok

(mō`gôk'), village, N central Myanmar, on the Shan Plateau. It is the centuries-old center of the Myanmarese ruby trade.
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Contract awarded for Written Volunteer Fire Department Mogok Earth Construction (Building)
The company recently expanded their programs to include tours to Myanmar (formerly Burma), specifically featuring the mountainous Mogok area in Myanmar, the area referred to as the "Valley of Rubies.
Summoned into existence by LeSpark's children Pitt and Pliny, who, upon hearing fantastic stories about "the Accursed Ruby of Mogok, Ship-wrecks in Indies East and West, an Herodotic Web of Adventures and Curiosities," request a "Tale about America" (Pynchon 1997, 7).
Further damage was reported in Mogok, a major gem-mining area that is just east of the earthquake's epicentre.
The quake was centred 56 km (34 miles) NNE of Shwebo, 59 km (36 miles) WNW of Mogok, 117 km (72 miles) N of Mandalay and 123 km (76 miles) NNW of Maymyo.
Aguer said renegade general maintains his presence in some pockets of Jonglei because his men have attacked Mogok and Ayod recently.
30, but the late-running Mogok Ruby might go well at a price.
Kevin Ryan's runner finished behind Resplendent Alpha and Mogok Ruby last time and the trio are set to clash again in the TurfTV Handicap.
Also worth a cheeky punt at the Sunbury venue is the progressive Mogok Ruby, a winner over this course and distance two weeks ago.
The finest stones come from the Mogok area of Burma.
In September 2004, three Japanese Buddhist missionaries were sentenced to three years in prison for visiting the restricted town of Mogok near the Shan state.
BRIAN MOGOK, "Logical Semantics and Epistemic Warrant: Toward an Informational Account of Logical Consequence.