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Thaïs

Alexandrian courtesan, converts to Christianity. [Medieval Legend: Walsh Classical, 307]

Thais

notorious harlot in Malebolge, Hell’s eighth circle. [Ital. Lit.: Inferno]
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TAWA said it has formed an investigative committee to sort out the mess but in the meantime, all Thai weightlifters would sit out every international competition, including the 2020 Olympics.
The next most-popular countries for illegal Thai workers were Malaysia, Bahrain, Russia and Qatar, employment department chief Anurak Tossarat said Thursday.
Moonlasartsarthorn said the community's coming together to preserve Thai traditions even when they're away from home, was what they wanted to achieve.
Thai Ambassador Panyarak Poolthup handed over the donation to PSD principal Alexander Acosta in the presence of Philippine Ambassador Crescente Relacion in the principal's office.
The kids were not left out as there were craft classes where they were given tips on how to make items showcasing Thai culture.
"Muay Thai" simply means "Thai boxing." It is also known as "The Art of Eight Limbs" as hands, arms, elbows and knees are used extensively in this ancient sport that also mixes religious beliefs with traditional cultural practices.
I feel that the increasing political correctness within the United States military is severely hampering our ability to build rapport and camaraderie with the Thais. Excessive social regulations diminish opportunities for social interaction between the two sides.
A Thai patrol visited the blast site on Friday morning and encountered 20 Cambodian soldiers.
''He regretted the ruling because it was like a political death penalty even though he announced that he will not come back to Thai politics again,'' Noppadol said.
While many Buddhist Thais in the south welcomed this military intervention, most Muslim southerners, who were not targets of insurgent attacks, were further inflamed by the deployment.
Thai Buddhists hold that each person's soul inhabits many physical bodies over time, with the quality of each life influenced by the soul's store of merit.
Those without work permits can anticipate a 19th-century style level of exploitation and thievery from some Thai employers, many of whom deduct excessive living and food expenses from their workers' salaries.