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    3. xHamster. OK, xHamster is pretty similar to Pornhub if we're being honest here. xHamster is, as the name suggests, another XXX site that's chock full of free porn. 4. FrolicMe. As Mashable's ...

  3. Khmer grammar - Wikipedia

    Khmer is generally a subject–verb–object (SVO) language. Topicalization is common: the topic of the sentence is often placed at the start, with the rest of the sentence a comment on that topic. Like in English, prepositions are used rather than postpositions (words meaning "in", "on", etc. precede the noun that they govern). [2]

  4. Khmer language - Wikipedia

    Khmer (/ k ə ˈ m ɛər /; ខ្មែរ, UNGEGN: Khmêr) is an Austroasiatic language spoken by the Khmer people, and the official and national language of Cambodia. Khmer has been influenced considerably by Sanskrit and Pali, especially in the royal and religious registers, through Hinduism and Buddhism.

  5. Fall of Phnom Penh - Wikipedia

    The fall of Phnom Penh was the capture of Phnom Penh, capital of the Khmer Republic (in present-day Cambodia ), by the Khmer Rouge on 17 April 1975, effectively ending the Cambodian Civil War. At the beginning of April 1975, Phnom Penh, one of the last remaining strongholds of the Khmer Republic, was surrounded by the Khmer Rouge and totally ...

  6. Khmer traditional clothing - Wikipedia

    Av Pak ( អាវប៉ាក់) is a recently popular fashion blouse worn by Cambodian women. It is the Khmer version of the Javanese Kebaya with plain stamped cotton, elaborately hand-painted and embroidered with silk and gold thread. In the past, this kind of top was pure white in colour with a high, fully embroidered collar.

  7. Pathet Lao - Wikipedia

    The Pathet Lao ( Lao: ປະເທດລາວ, romanized : Pa thēt Lāo, lit. 'Lao Nation' [1] ), officially the Lao People's Liberation Army, was a communist political movement and organization in Laos, formed in the mid-20th century. The group was ultimately successful in assuming political power in 1975, after the Laotian Civil War.

  8. Cinema of Cambodia - Wikipedia

    Cinema of Cambodia. Cinema in Cambodia began in the 1950s, and many films were being screened in theaters throughout the country by the 1960s, which are regarded as the "golden age". After a near-disappearance during the Khmer Rouge regime, competition from video and television has meant that the Cambodian film industry is a small one.