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ពង្រឹរសមត្ថភាពបន្ស ៊ាំ និរភាពធន់របស់សហគមន៍តាមជនបទ ដោយដង្បង្ើ ាសវ់ ធិ សាើ ស្រសង្ត គប់ង្គរទជើ ង្ាលខ្នា ត្ត្ូច ទលកា់ រប្ង្បង្បលួ អាកាសធាត្ ស ដ មើ បដើ អាយសដង្មចសនសតិ សខដសបៀរង្បកបដោយនរិ នរត ភាពដៅកមសជាព








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