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Ethereal wave Cocteau Twins, Low, Slowdive, The Cure နှင့် Dead Can Dance တို့သည် ambient ဂီတကို ရောနှောထားပြီး Shoegazer ပုံစံများဖြစ်သော ဂီတာ၊ Synth နှင့် rhythms တို့ပါဝင်သည်။ Hugo Largo, Chimera, An April March, Hex, Common Language, Miranda Sex.Garden, Cranes, Rose Chronicles, The Glee Club, Lovesliescrushing နှင့် Rosewater Elizabeth တို့ပါဝင်သည်။
Pop punk ၂၀၀၄ခုနှစ်တွင် Good Charlotte သည် The Chronicles of Life and Death album ကိုဖြန့်ချီခဲ့သည်။ Sum 41 သည် "Chuck" album နှင့်အတူ Billboard 200 တွင် နံပါတ်၁၀နေရာသို့ ရောက်ရှိခဲ့သည်။ Simple Plan ၏ Wellcome to My Life သည် pop သီချင်းစာရင်းတွင် top ten နေရာသို့ရောက်ရှိခဲ့သည်။ ထိုအချိန်အတောအတွင်းတွင် New Found Glory ၏ "All Downhill from Here" ၏ album နှင့်အတူ rock သီချင်းစာရင်းတွင် ထိပ်ဆုံးသို့ ရောက်ရှိခဲ့သည်။ Green Day ၏ ကျော်ကြားမှုသည် Blink-182 နှင့် Sum41 တို့၏ကျော်ကြားမှုနှင့်အတူ ပျောက်ကွယ်လာခဲ့သည်။ တီးဝိုင်းသည် ပြန်လည် စတူဒီယိုတွင်ပြုလုပ်ခဲ့ပြီး ၂၀၀၄ ခုနှစ်တွင် American Idiot နှင့်အတူ ကမ္ဘာတစ်ဝန်း၌ အောင်မြင်မှုရရှိခဲ့သည်။ ၁၄သန်းရောင်းချနိုင်ခဲ့သည်။
ရှိန်းကျိန့်မြို့ The settlement at Nantou was the political centre of the area from early antiquity. In the year 331 AD, six counties covering most of modern south-eastern Guangdong were merged into one province or “jun” named Dongguan Jun with its centre at Nantou. As well as being a centre of the politically and fiscally critical salt trade, the area had strategic importance as a stopping off point for international trade. The main shipping route to India, Arabia and the Byzantine Empire started at Canton. As early as the eighth century, chronicles record the Nantou area as being a major commercial centre, and reported that all foreign ships in the Canton trade would stop there. It was also as a naval defence centre guarding the southern approaches to the Pearl River.
မြန်မာဘုရင့်တပ်မတော် The Royal Burmese Army had its origins in the military of the early Pagan Kingdom circa mid-9th century. The earliest recorded history was the foundation of the fortified city of Pagan (Bagan) in 849 by the Mranma, who had entered the Upper Irrawaddy valley along with the Nanzhao raids of the 830s that destroyed the Pyu city states. The early Pagan army consisted mainly of conscripts raised just prior to or during the times of war. Although historians believe that earlier kings like Anawrahta, who founded the Pagan Empire, must have had permanent troops on duty in the palace, the first specific mention of a standing military structure in the Burmese chronicles is 1174 when King Narapatisithu founded the Palace Guards—"two companies inner and outer, and they kept watch in ranks one behind the other". The Palace Guards became the nucleus round which the mass levy assembled in war time.
မြန်မာဘုရင့်တပ်မတော် The maximum size of the army ultimately depended on that of the overall population from which to draw levies. During the Ava period (1364–1555), when the country was divided into several small fiefdoms, each petty state could probably have mobilized 10,000 men at most. (The Burmese chronicles routinely report numbers at least an order of magnitude higher but these numbers have been dismissed by historians.) The latter kingdoms (Toungoo and Konbaung dynasties) with larger populations certainly fielded larger armies. The crown practiced the policy of having conquered lands provide levies to his next war effort. Historian GE Harvey estimates that Bayinnaung likely raised about 70,000 men for his 1568–1569 invasion of Siam while early Konbaung kings likely raised armies of 40,000 to 60,000.