Camau

Camau

 

a peninsula in southern Indochina, between the South China Sea and the Gulf of Siam, in the western part of the Mekong Delta. The peninsula is covered with swamps, some of which have been drained, and its vegetation is typical of alluvial plains. Mangrove thickets are scattered along the shore. Rice is cultivated on the peninsula.

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O'u camau cyntaf, cawn ddilyn eu datblygiad o fabanod diymadferth i eirth hyderus yn eu harddegau.
He is a member of the newly formed International Educational Assessment Network for Small Nations and Research Lead for Science & Technology as part of the associated "CAMAU Project" for Wales.
Bydd camau penodol gyda Chyngor Sir Caerfyrddin a fydd yn ymwneud a chefnogi adleoliad pencadlys S4C i Sir Gaerfyrddin a datblygiad o safbwynt yr iaith a'r diwylliant drwy Ganolfan Gymraeg newydd y Brifysgol yng Nghaerfyrddin.
(17) The French researcher Michel Camau speaks of "actually existing civil societies," which escape the model and contradict any teleological narrative of democratization processes.
Mi fydd y rhaglen, sy'n cynnwys elfennau pry-ar-ywal, yn caniatau i ni fynd yn nes at y gwreichion nag erioed o''r blaen wrth i ni ddilyn camau a ffrwydradau cwmni tan gwyllt Parente o''r Eidal a''r cwmni tan gwyllt teuluol o Efrog Newydd, Grucci, dau gwmni sy''n cynhyrchu arddangosfeydd rhyfeddol ar raddfa anferthol.
(12) Pour l'analyse des conditions par lesquelles l'autoritarisme se maintient a travers les mesures memes de democratisation adoptees par l'Etat--pour repondre, entre autres, aux normes des bailleurs de fonds internationaux devoues a une nouvelle orthodoxie du << developpement >> et de la << bonne >> gouvernance -, voir notamment : Hibou (1996), Tozy (1999), Camau (2006) et Allal (2007).
(6) A theoretically oriented critique of Tunisia's "authoritarian syndrome" is provided in Michel Camau and Vincent Geisser, Le Syndrome Autoritaire: Politique en Tunisie de Bourguiba a Ben Ali (Paris: Presses des Sciences Po, 2003).