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ခွင့်လွှတ်ခြင်း ခွင့်လွှတ်ခြင်း Forgiveness သည် ကမ္ဘာသူ ကမ္ဘာသား သတ္တဝါအားလုံးတို့အား ချမ်းသာကိုပေးတတ်သောတရားဖြစ်သည်။ In Buddhism, forgiveness is seen as a practice to prevent harmful thoughts from causing havoc on one’s mental well-being. Buddhism recognizes that feelings of hatred and ill-will leave a lasting effect on our mind karma. Instead, Buddhism encourages the cultivation of thoughts that leave a wholesome effect. ဗုဒ္ဓ မြတ်စွာဘုရား နှင့် ဗုဒ္ဓဘာသာ ၏ မေတ္တာတရား နှင့် ခွင့်လွှတ်ခြင်း လမ်းစဉ်သည် ကမ္ဘာပေါ်တွင်အလွန်ကျော်ကြားလှသည်။
ဘီ-၂ ကိုယ်ပျောက်ဗုံးကြဲလေယာဉ် During the Iraq War (Operation Iraqi Freedom), B-2s operated from Diego Garcia and an undisclosed "forward operating location". Other sorties in Iraq have launched from Whiteman AFB. This resulted in missions lasting over 30 hours and one mission of over 50 hours. "Forward operating locations" have been previously designated as Andersen Air Force Base in Guam and RAF Fairford in the UK, where new climate controlled hangars have been constructed. B-2s have conducted 27 sorties from Whiteman AFB and 22 sorties from a forward operating location, releasing more than 1.5 million pounds of munitions, including 583 JDAM "smart bombs" in 2003.
ဆေတန် ၅ ဒုံးပျံ The S-IVB-500 model used on the Saturn V differed from the S-IVB-200 used as the second stage of the Saturn IB, in that the engine was restartable once per mission. This was necessary as the stage would be used twice during a lunar mission: first in a 2.5 min burn for the orbit insertion after second stage cutoff, and later for the trans-lunar injection (TLI) burn, lasting about 6 min. Two liquid-fueled Auxiliary Propulsion System (APS) units mounted at the aft end of the stage were used for attitude control during the parking orbit and the trans-lunar phases of the mission. The two APSs were also used as ullage engines to settle the propellants in the aft tank engine feed lines prior to the trans-lunar injection burn.
မြန်မာဘုရင့်တပ်မတော် Servicemen in the Capital Defense Corps and the Palace Guards were selected from trusted hereditary "ahmudan" villages, located near the capital or the king's ancestral/appanage region. Prior to the early 17th century, each viceroy also maintained his own smaller version of the Palace Guards and Capital Defense Corps especially at the border regions—essentially a garrison. This existence of competing militias was a constant source of political instability especially during the 14th to 16th centuries when high kings regularly faced rebellions by their own kinsman viceroys who also wanted to be king. It changed in 1635 when all appanage-holders (viceroys, governors and sawbwas) and their retainers were required to abolish their local militias and instead reside at the capital for long periods. Gentry youths in Upper Burma were required to serve in the military or non-military service of the king either in the corps of royal pages or in the capital defense corps. At a lower social level, tens of thousands of military and non-military were required to serve capital service rotas lasting from several months to three years.
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း "Mir"'s deorbit was carried out in three stages. The first stage involved waiting for [[Drag (physics)|atmospheric drag]] to [[Orbital decay|reduce the station's orbit]] to an average of . This began with the docking of [[Progress M1-5]], a modified version of the [[Progress-M]] carrying 2.5 times more fuel in place of supplies. The second stage was the transfer of the station into a 165 × 220 km (103 × 137 mi) orbit. This was achieved with two burns of Progress M1-5's control engines at 00:32 UTC and 02:01 UTC on 23 March 2001. After a two-orbit pause, the third and final stage of "Mir"'s deorbit began with the burn of Progress M1-5's control engines and main engine at 05:08 UTC, lasting a little over 22 minutes. [[Atmospheric reentry|Reentry]] into [[Earth's atmosphere]] (100 km/60 mi AMSL) of the 15-year-old space station occurred at 05:44 UTC near [[Nadi]], [[Fiji]]. Major destruction of the station began around 05:52 UTC and the unburned fragments fell into the South [[Pacific Ocean]] around 06:00 UTC.