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sinubukan

English

tried

Last Update: 2014-07-13
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habulin

English

moonglighting

Last Update: 2014-02-04
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Tagalog

gusto niyang mangyari

English

close

Last Update: 2015-02-04
Subject: General
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Tagalog

anu Ang Kahulugan ng habulin

English

anu ang kahulugan ng habulin

Last Update: 2015-11-09
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Tagalog

Sinubukan kong tawagan ka!

English

i tried calling you but no one answer my calls

Last Update: 2015-01-06
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Tagalog

gusto niyang sumama sa amin

English

she likes to come with us

Last Update: 2015-10-11
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Tagalog

bilang mahalaga niyang relasyon

English

as important as his relationship

Last Update: 2015-07-09
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palagi ka na niyang inaaway ng walang dahilan

English

he or she always fight you for no reason

Last Update: 2015-10-19
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Tagalog

nung mga una niyang mga teacher ay naging masama kay ishaan

English

first when his teacher became ill with ishaan

Last Update: 2015-07-21
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Tagalog

umagaw sa kabilang linya at di sinasadyang nabangga sa kasalubong niyang tumatakbong sasakyan

English

rob on the other line and he accidentally collided with oncoming vehicles running

Last Update: 2015-07-18
Subject: Legal and Notarial
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At ang anak niyang panganay si Abdon, at si Sur, at si Cis, at si Baal, at si Ner, at si Nadab;
1 Chronicles 9.36

English

And his firstborn son Abdon, then Zur, and Kish, and Baal, and Ner, and Nadab,
1 Chronicles 9.36

Last Update: 2012-05-06
Subject: Religion
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Tagalog

Si roxas ang kanyang tinututukan na gusto niyang gawin ay ang pagkakaroon. Ng trabaho ng mga pilipino kagaya nga ng sinabi niya sa kanyang tv commercial. Na lahat ng mga pilipinong manggagawa ay mabibigyan ng sapat na trabaho

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Roxas his focus that he wants to do is having. Work of Filipinos like that he said in his TV commercials. That all Filipino workers are given adequate job

Last Update: 2016-04-24
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Sabi ni Dr. Jose Rizal ang kabataan ang pag-asa ng bayan. Pero sa nangyayari sa kabtaan ngayon mukhang malabo na ang tinatawag niyang pag-asa.

English

Says Dr. Jose Rizal The youth is the hope of the people. But kabtaan happening now seem dim he called hope.

Last Update: 2016-03-15
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hi, gusto ko na ipaalam sa inyo na ang inyong pinsan cherry ay may relasyon sa kanyang manager Bernard palaging siya ay wala sa kanya at lalo na siya ay pagpunta sa hotel sa Huwebes at pagdating ng huling sa kanyang bahay mangyaring ipagbigay-alam sa kanyang taga pag-alaga na kung alam manager asawa o sa kumpanya kung ang iba pang mga tagapamahala alam siya makakuha ng tinapos. Kung sa tingin mo ako m nagsasabi ng kasinungalingan lamang suriin ang kanyang telepono kung matugunan mo sa kanya. Ikaw ay dumating na malaman ang kanyang mga mensahe at mga larawan o i-check sa kanya kung ano ang oras na siya napupunta at kung anong oras siya ay tahanan ng kanyang manager na nagsasabi sa kanyang mga kaibigan na dinadala siya sa kanyang tuwing Huwebes sa hotel ipinakita niya ang mga larawan sa kanyang mga kaibigan at nagsasabi kung hindi isang sa kanyang bahay. Kanyang manager ay ang pagkakaroon ng isang pisikal na relasyon sa maraming babae mula sa kanyang kumpanya siya ay isang malaking flirt kung maaari niyang lokohin ang kanyang asawa siya ay maaaring impostor anumang iba pang mga batang babae siya ay lamang gamit ang iyong pinsan. Nakita ko ang iyong mga larawan na may cherry at nalaman ko na ikaw ay isang pinsan ng kanyang mangyaring ipagbigay-alam sa kanyang mga taga pag-alaga sa kabilang banda ay siya ay sa malaking gulo. Sana maintindihan mo. Mangyaring panatilihing lihim ang aking mensahe kung ako malaman ang higit pa tungkol sa kanilang relasyon ay ako ipaalam sa inyo. Salamat sa iyong suporta.

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One day, a young guy and a young girl fell in love. But the guy came from a poor family. The girl’s parents weren’t too happy. So the young man decided not only to court the girl but to court her parents as well. In time, the parents saw that he was a good man and was worthy of their daughter’s hand. But there was another problem: The man was a soldier. Soon, war broke out and he was being sent overseas for a year. The week before he left, the man knelt on his knee and asked his lady love, “Will you marry me?” She wiped a tear, said yes, and they were engaged. They agreed that when he got back in one year, they would get married. But tragedy struck. A few days after he left, the girl had a major vehicular accident. It was a head-on collision. When she woke up in the hospital, she saw her father and mother crying. Immediately, she knew there was something wrong. She later found out that she suffered brain injury. The part of her brain that controlled her face muscles was damaged. Her once lovely face was now disfigured. She cried as she saw herself in the mirror. “Yesterday, I was beautiful. Today, I’m a monster.” Her body was also covered with so many ugly wounds. Right there and then, she decided to release her fiancé from their promise. She knew he wouldn’t want her anymore. She would forget about him and never see him again. For one year, the soldier wrote many letters—but she wouldn’t answer. He phoned her many times but she wouldn’t return her calls. But after one year, the mother walked into her room and announced, “He’s back from the war.” The girl shouted, “No! Please don’t tell him about me. Don’t tell him I’m here!” The mother said, “He’s getting married,” and handed her a wedding invitation. The girl’s heart sank. She knew she still loved him—but she had to forget him now. With great sadness, she opened the wedding invitation. And then she saw her name on it! Confused, she asked, “What is this?” That was when the young man entered her room with a bouquet of flowers. He knelt beside her and asked, “Will you marry me?” The girl covered her face with her hands and said, “I’m ugly!” The man said, “Without your permission, your mother sent me your photos. When I saw your photos, I realized that nothing has changed. You’re still the person I fell in love. You’re still as beautiful as ever. Because I love you!”

Last Update: 2016-03-11
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Malalim na ang gabi at abalang-abala pa sa pananahi ang dalawang magkapatid na babae. Tinatahi nila ang mga kamisa at saya nila, na isusuot nila para sa isang misa kinaumagahan. Ibinilin ng kanilang ina na siguruhing nakasara ang pinto at mga bintana ng kanilang bahay, kundi ay papasok ang duwende, na bumibisita sa kanila tuwing hatinggabi. Upang malaman ng kaniyang mga anak kung ano ang duwende, ikinuwento niya ito: “Katulad lang ng mga ordinaryong tao ang mga duwende. Tuso silang mga nilalang, ngunit matulungin din. Ilan sa mga kapilyuhang ginagawa nila ay ang pagsira sa mga muwebles at mga larawan, pagbasag sa mga salamin, baso, plato, at tasa. Kung hindi sila makahanap ng mga bagay na sisirain o babasagin, kinukurot nila ang mga pisngi, braso, at katawan ng mga tulog na babae, upang maging mabigat ang pakiramdam nila pagkagising. Kung hindi kinaasaran ng mga duwende ang mga nakatira sa bahay na madalas nilang bisitahin, nagpapakita sila ng kabaitan sa mga ito. Sinasabing dinadalhan nila ang mga kaibigan nila ng mga masasarap na pagkain at ipinagtatanggol sila mula sa mga masasamang nilalang. Maraming tao tuloy ang sabik ngunit balisang makakilala ng duwende. Itinuturing nila ang mga nilalang na nagtataglay ng kakaibang karunungan dahil sinasabing alam na alam nila ang mga lihim at ikinikilos ng mga tao. Ngunit kung sakaling ang mga naging kaibigan ng duwende ay biglang nagsabi ng anumang masama o nagbalak ng masama sa kanila, kahit pa hindi sila marinig ng mga duwende, ay parurusahan sila at hindi na muling babalikan. “Ang duwendeng binabanggit ko rito ay madalas sa bahay namin habang ang nanay ko, o ang lola ninyo, ay buhay pa. Parati niyang sinasabi sa aming isara ang pinto at mga bintana bago kami matulog. Isang gabi, nang nagtatahi rin kami ng kapatid ko ng kamisa at saya, nakalimutan naming isara ang mga bintana at pinto. Ilang segundo bago maghatinggabi, naroon ang isang maliit na nilalang na nakatayo sa aming pinto. Maliit siya, kasinliit lamang ng isang dalawang taong gulang na bata; pula ang kaniyang mukha; mayroon siyang mahabang bigote at maputing kulot na buhok. Maigsi ang mga braso niyang balingkinitan, ngunit malaki ang mga kamay niya--malaki para sa kaniyang braso.” Nang marinig ng mga dalaga ang kuwento ng kanilang ina, natakot sila. Nang maghatinggabi, narinig nila ang mga tunog: takla, takla, takla. Gawa ito ng duwende. Takot na takot ang dalawa. Lumingon ang panganay, at nakita niya ang duwende na pumapasok sa pinto. At katulad ng inaasahan, tumakbo at tumalon siya papasok ng bahay, papunta sa mga dalaga. Dahil doon, nasipa niya ang isang gasera, na nagpaliyab sa mga kamisa at saya. Mula noon, naging maingat na ang magkapatid at ang buong bayan ng Legaspi sa duwende. Isinasara na nila ang kanilang mga pinto at mga bintana bago sila matulog sa gabi.

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the dwarfs riddles from bikol

Last Update: 2015-11-30
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Si Reyna Sima ay isa sa mga reyna na namuno ng isang kaharian sa ating kapuluan. Nakilala siya dahil sa katalinuhan, katapatan at sa mahigpit at maayos na pamamalakad sa panunungkulan. Bago pa man dumating ang mga Kastila sa ating kapuluan ay pinagdarayo na ng mga mangangalakal na Arabe, Intsik at Hindu ang kaharian ng Kutang-Bato na pinamumunuan ni Reyna Sima. Ang Kutang-Bato ay siya ngayong Cotabato, isa sa pinakamalaking lalawigan sa Mindanao. Sa pamumuno ni Reyna Sima, umunlad at namuhay nang tahimik at sagana ang mga taga Kutang-Bato. Mahigpit niyang ipinasunod ang mga batas at ang sinumang lumalabag sa ipinag-uutos ng Reyna ay pinarurusahan. Kabilang sa patakaran na mahigpit na ipinatutupad ng reyna ay ang paggalang, paggawa, at katapatan ng kanyang mga tauhan. Patuloy na dumarating at umaalis ang mga negosyanteng Intsik sa Kaharian ng Kutang-Bato. Napabalita ito dahil sa maunlad na kalakalan sa kaharian ni Reyna Sima at sa katapatan ng kanyang mga tauhan. Walang kaguluhan at walang nawawalang bagay sa sinumang mangangalakal habang sila ay nasa kaharian ng Kutang-Bato. Minsan, isang negosyanteng Intsik na nakipagkalakalan sa kaharian ni Reyna Sima ang nakaiwan ng supot ng ginto sa isang mesa sa palasyo. Hindi ipinakibo ni Reyna Sima ang supot ng ginto sa mesa. Ipinagbiling mahigpit ng Reyna Sima sa kanyang mga nasasakupan na walang gagalaw ng naturang supot ng ginto. Ganito kahigpit ang utos ni Reyna Sima sa kanyang nasasakupan upang sa ganito ay muling datnan ng may-ari sa lugar na kanyang pinag-iwanan ang supot ng ginto. Mula noon, lalong nakilala ang kaharian ni Reyna Sima dahil sa kahigpitan nito sa pagpapatupad ng kautusan tungkol sa katapatan.

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honest hero

Last Update: 2015-11-12
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Tagalog

Ang kwentong Tata Selo ay patungkol sa isang matanda na hinangad lamang na makapagsaka sa kanilang lupa na naibenta dahil sa nagkasakit ang kanyang asawa. Nais ni Tata Selo na mapabalik ang lupa nila sa kanila pero dahil sa kawalan ng pera hindi na ito napabalik sa kanila kaya nakiusap na lang sya kay Kabesa Tano na sya na lang ang magsaka sa kanyang lupa. Hanggang isang araw na habang nagsasaka si Tata Selo kinausap sya ni Kabesa Tano na umalis na sa sinasaka nyang lupa dahil may iba ng magsasaka noon. Nakiusap si Tata Selo ngunit hindi sya pinakinggan ni Kabesa Tano kaya nagawang tagain ni Tata Selo si Kabesa Tano na syang ikinamatay nito. Kaya nakulong si Tata Selo. Nagsimula ang kwento sa Istaked na kung saan pinagkakaguluhan ng mga tao si Tata Selo sa kadahilanang napatay nito ang Kabesang Tano na nagmamay-ari ng lupang sinasakahan ni Tata Selo, na ayon sa kanya ay pag-aari niya noon subalit naisanla niya at naembargo. Nataga at napatay ni Tata Selo ang Kabesa sa kadahilanang pinaalis ito sa kanyang lupang sinasakahan subalit tumanggi at pinagpilitan ni Tata Selo na malakas pa siya at kaya pa niyang magsaka, subalit tinungkod ito ng tinungkod ng Kabesa sa noo paliwanag ni Tata Selo sa binatang anak ng pinakamayamang propitaryo, sa Alkalde at maging sa Hepe na nagmalupit sa kanya sa loob ng istaked na pawang mga kilala ng Kabesa. Nang makalawang araw, dumalaw ang anak niyang si Saling na dati'y nakatira at nanilbihan sa Kabesa, subalit umuwi ito sa kadahilanang nagkasakit ito makalawang araw bago ang insindente, Nakakahabag si Tata Selo nang maisipan nalang nitong pauwiin si Saling sa kadahilang wala na silang magagawa, pinatawag si Saling nang Alkalde sa kaniyang tanggapan at pinuntahan niya iyon at hindi nakinig sa ama nito, dumating muli ang bata na dumalaw sa kanya at inutusan upang pumunta sa tanggapan ng alkalde subalit hindi ito papasukin pahayag ng bata, Hindi ito inalintana ni Tata Selo at sinabi nalang nito na "inagaw sa kanya ang lahat"

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tata selo

Last Update: 2015-10-20
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RapplerMANILA, Philippines – It’s a scene Metro Manila motorists haven’t seen since the early 90s: highway police personnel manning the bustling Philippine capital’s main thoroughfare, apprehending errant drivers and commuters. But on Monday, September 7, the Philippine National Police (PNP)’s Highway Patrol Group (HPG) will be deployed on “Highway 54” or EDSA, as part of the government’s plan to improve the perennially heavy traffic in the Metro that may cost the country P6 billion daily if left unsolved. Some 150 HPG personnel – from the National Capital Region, the PNP headquarters, and nearby regional offices – are now tasked to be the front-linersat 6 identified “choke points,” or areas with especially heavy traffic. EDSA ‘choke points’ • Balintawak • Cubao • Ortigas • Shaw Boulevard • Guadalupe • Taft Avenue It’s been a while since HPG personnel, in their distinctive uniforms and big motorcycles plied EDSA to enforce traffic rules. The last time was in 1994, HPG director Chief Superintendent Arnold Gunnacao told Rappler. Police tasked to now take watch over EDSA recently took refresher courses for traffic rules and regulations in the lead-up to their “new” task. (READ: Palace: No need for traffic czar) But it doesn’t mean only the PNP will lord over EDSA. The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA)’s traffic constables and traffic teams under the various Local Government Units (LGUs) will still be in charge of the rest of EDSA, other major highways, and city roads. A matter of discipline Most of these areas, Gunnacao pointed out, are transportation hubs where commuter buses and the occasional jeepney tend to drop of and pick up passengers with disregard for existing traffic rules and regulations. “Yung mga kababayan natin, kung nakikita nila na yung tao sa harap nila walang power, walang semblance of authority, parang binabalewala. Yung mga constable ng MMDA, ang tingin ng mga driver, with due respect, tingin nila ay pwedeng takbuhan. Unlike yung Highway Patrol, naka hagad yan, naka mobile yan [so] pwede sila habulin, pwede sila arrestuhin because they are violating laws,” Gunnacao said. (When our motorists see that the person before them has no power, no semblance of authority, they tend to disregard them. When they see the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) constables – with due respect to them – they think they can get away. Unlike when they see someone from the HPG, he or she has a motorcycle, a mobile patrol car, so they can chase after or arrest people because they are violating laws.) That was how things worked in the 80s, before the PNP came to be. Under the Philippine Constabulary (PC), a unit under the Armed Forces of the Philippines, traffic rules and regulations – particularly along “Highway 54” – were implemented by the Constabulary Highway Patrol Group. “'Pag nakatayo ang highway patrol diyan, yung mga drivers disiplinado talaga. No ifs, no buts, hinihuli talaga sila (When the highway patrol was there, drivers were really disciplined. No ifs or buts, errant drivers are apprehended),” recalled Gunnacao. Unlike the MMDA, the HPG has the authority to literally chase after and arrest violators on-the-spot. Fines for violators can also be higher, particular when it comes to violations by public utility vehicles and buses. Traffic violation tickets from the Land Transportation Office, explained Gunnacao, carry higher fines. “There are a lot of complaints about the penalties but the things is, if you only follow the rules and regulations it doesn’t matter – even if the penalty is a million, it shouldn’t matter,” he added. The Constabulary Highway Patrol Groups transformed into the Traffic Management Group in 1991, when the PC and Integrated National Police (INP) were merged into the PNP. A few years later, enforcement of traffic laws were removed from the PNP’s tasks and given to the MMDA and LGUs. Still, Gunnacao said, traffic accident investigation and management courses are still part of HPG personnel’s education. Today, the 1,216-strong HPG is tasked mainly for anti-carnapping, anti-highway robbery, and anti-carjacking operations. Teams assigned for those operations are unaffected by the EDSA deployment. Around 20 cops a shift – half from the HPG and the rest from the local police districts – will be deployed at the so-called choke points. The MMDA will continue to man other parts of EDSA and the rest of Metro Manila’s national highways. Not just vehicles The typical Metro Manila commuter knows this all too much – leave for work or school a few minutes later than planned and you’re sure to encounter the infamous gridlock of Manila traffic. The decongestion of the Philippine capital’s roads is the priority, with emphasis on the “stricter enforcement of the bus lanes along EDSA, clearing of obstructions on EDSA and alternate routes, and the continuing consultations with bus and public utility operators, truckers and port users, and other stakeholders,” according to Palace spokesman Secretary Herminio Coloma, Jr. One rule the HPG will be enforcing, said Gunnacao, is the length of time public busses are allowed to drop off and pick up passengers. “The MMDA has a rule that you’re only allowed 30 seconds. If one bus takes 1 minute to load and unload, the rest of the buses will need to line up behind it,” he said. “We’ll make sure they stay where they’re supposed to say,” he added. Commuters won’t be spared as well – those who occupy vehicle lanes in hopes of catching a bus ahead of others will be “educated as well.” Gunnacao is also aware of many commuter and motorists’ concerns – that deploying cops on EDSA also opens up avenues of corruption. It’s why negotiations between erring motorists and police will be frowned upon. “Strict enforcement talaga. Kapag violator, huli. Sabi nga nila, less exposure, less prone to corruption,” he said. (It’s about strict enforcement of the law. If you violate the law, you’ll be arrested. Like what they say, less exposure, less prone to corruption) Teams will also be rotated regularly to “avoid familiarity with the sector.” Aside from the teams assigned to man the choke points, there will be a team of supervisors going around to monitor personnel. The supervisors will also be rotated to avoid familiarity. Will deploying the HPG be enough to fix horrendous EDSA traffic? For the Palace, the solution lies with the cooperation of different stakeholders. “Mas mahalaga na tingnan natin kung paano nag-uugnayan, kung paano pinagtutulungan ng iba’t ibang ahensya, kaagapay ‘yung ating mga stakeholders sa hanay ng civil society, business community, port users, road users, mamamayan. Lahat po tayo ay sangkot at may lahok po tayo diyan sa pagresolba ng problema,” said Coloma. (We should look at how the different agencies, including stakeholders from civil society, the business community, port users, road users, regular citizens work together. All of us have a role in solving this problem.) More HPG personnel are set to be deployed to man EDSA, when more than 100 HPG-NCR personnel return from their APEC assignments in Cebu City. – Rappler.com

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rapplerMANILA, Philippines – It’s a scene Metro Manila motorists haven’t seen since the early 90s: highway police personnel manning the bustling Philippine capital’s main thoroughfare, apprehending errant drivers and commuters. But on Monday, September 7, the Philippine National Police (PNP)’s Highway Patrol Group (HPG) will be deployed on “Highway 54” or EDSA, as part of the government’s plan to improve the perennially heavy traffic in the Metro that may cost the country P6 billion daily if left unsolved. Some 150 HPG personnel – from the National Capital Region, the PNP headquarters, and nearby regional offices – are now tasked to be the front-linersat 6 identified “choke points,” or areas with especially heavy traffic. EDSA ‘choke points’ • Balintawak • Cubao • Ortigas • Shaw Boulevard • Guadalupe • Taft Avenue It’s been a while since HPG personnel, in their distinctive uniforms and big motorcycles plied EDSA to enforce traffic rules. The last time was in 1994, HPG director Chief Superintendent Arnold Gunnacao told Rappler. Police tasked to now take watch over EDSA recently took refresher courses for traffic rules and regulations in the lead-up to their “new” task. (READ: Palace: No need for traffic czar) But it doesn’t mean only the PNP will lord over EDSA. The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA)’s traffic constables and traffic teams under the various Local Government Units (LGUs) will still be in charge of the rest of EDSA, other major highways, and city roads. A matter of discipline Most of these areas, Gunnacao pointed out, are transportation hubs where commuter buses and the occasional jeepney tend to drop of and pick up passengers with disregard for existing traffic rules and regulations. “Yung mga kababayan natin, kung nakikita nila na yung tao sa harap nila walang power, walang semblance of authority, parang binabalewala. Yung mga constable ng MMDA, ang tingin ng mga driver, with due respect, tingin nila ay pwedeng takbuhan. Unlike yung Highway Patrol, naka hagad yan, naka mobile yan [so] pwede sila habulin, pwede sila arrestuhin because they are violating laws,” Gunnacao said. (When our motorists see that the person before them has no power, no semblance of authority, they tend to disregard them. When they see the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) constables – with due respect to them – they think they can get away. Unlike when they see someone from the HPG, he or she has a motorcycle, a mobile patrol car, so they can chase after or arrest people because they are violating laws.) That was how things worked in the 80s, before the PNP came to be. Under the Philippine Constabulary (PC), a unit under the Armed Forces of the Philippines, traffic rules and regulations – particularly along “Highway 54” – were implemented by the Constabulary Highway Patrol Group. “'Pag nakatayo ang highway patrol diyan, yung mga drivers disiplinado talaga. No ifs, no buts, hinihuli talaga sila (When the highway patrol was there, drivers were really disciplined. No ifs or buts, errant drivers are apprehended),” recalled Gunnacao. Unlike the MMDA, the HPG has the authority to literally chase after and arrest violators on-the-spot. Fines for violators can also be higher, particular when it comes to violations by public utility vehicles and buses. Traffic violation tickets from the Land Transportation Office, explained Gunnacao, carry higher fines. “There are a lot of complaints about the penalties but the things is, if you only follow the rules and regulations it doesn’t matter – even if the penalty is a million, it shouldn’t matter,” he added. The Constabulary Highway Patrol Groups transformed into the Traffic Management Group in 1991, when the PC and Integrated National Police (INP) were merged into the PNP. A few years later, enforcement of traffic laws were removed from the PNP’s tasks and given to the MMDA and LGUs. Still, Gunnacao said, traffic accident investigation and management courses are still part of HPG personnel’s education. Today, the 1,216-strong HPG is tasked mainly for anti-carnapping, anti-highway robbery, and anti-carjacking operations. Teams assigned for those operations are unaffected by the EDSA deployment. Around 20 cops a shift – half from the HPG and the rest from the local police districts – will be deployed at the so-called choke points. The MMDA will continue to man other parts of EDSA and the rest of Metro Manila’s national highways. Not just vehicles The typical Metro Manila commuter knows this all too much – leave for work or school a few minutes later than planned and you’re sure to encounter the infamous gridlock of Manila traffic. The decongestion of the Philippine capital’s roads is the priority, with emphasis on the “stricter enforcement of the bus lanes along EDSA, clearing of obstructions on EDSA and alternate routes, and the continuing consultations with bus and public utility operators, truckers and port users, and other stakeholders,” according to Palace spokesman Secretary Herminio Coloma, Jr. One rule the HPG will be enforcing, said Gunnacao, is the length of time public busses are allowed to drop off and pick up passengers. “The MMDA has a rule that you’re only allowed 30 seconds. If one bus takes 1 minute to load and unload, the rest of the buses will need to line up behind it,” he said. “We’ll make sure they stay where they’re supposed to say,” he added. Commuters won’t be spared as well – those who occupy vehicle lanes in hopes of catching a bus ahead of others will be “educated as well.” Gunnacao is also aware of many commuter and motorists’ concerns – that deploying cops on EDSA also opens up avenues of corruption. It’s why negotiations between erring motorists and police will be frowned upon. “Strict enforcement talaga. Kapag violator, huli. Sabi nga nila, less exposure, less prone to corruption,” he said. (It’s about strict enforcement of the law. If you violate the law, you’ll be arrested. Like what they say, less exposure, less prone to corruption) Teams will also be rotated regularly to “avoid familiarity with the sector.” Aside from the teams assigned to man the choke points, there will be a team of supervisors going around to monitor personnel. The supervisors will also be rotated to avoid familiarity. Will deploying the HPG be enough to fix horrendous EDSA traffic? For the Palace, the solution lies with the cooperation of different stakeholders. “Mas mahalaga na tingnan natin kung paano nag-uugnayan, kung paano pinagtutulungan ng iba’t ibang ahensya, kaagapay ‘yung ating mga stakeholders sa hanay ng civil society, business community, port users, road users, mamamayan. Lahat po tayo ay sangkot at may lahok po tayo diyan sa pagresolba ng problema,” said Coloma. (We should look at how the different agencies, including stakeholders from civil society, the business community, port users, road users, regular citizens work together. All of us have a role in solving this problem.) More HPG personnel are set to be deployed to man EDSA, when more than 100 HPG-NCR personnel return from their APEC assignments in Cebu City. – Rappler.com

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baka yan ang paborito niyang damit kaya sinuot niya kahit sa mall, o di kaya may dahilan siya kung kaya sinuot niya? baka gusto niya maging model kaya sinuot niya yan damit. kasi nga pag may makikita sa kanya talent manenger ng modeling agency baka nga kunin siya... so mga guys relax lang sa comment don't be so serious

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Maybe because it's his/her favorite clothe that's why she/he wore it to mall, or he has another reason why he wore it? Maybe because he wants to be a model that's he wore that clothe. Because if a talent manager of a modelling agency sees him they might take him...so guys relax your comments don't be so serious.

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-“Isang araw, ng mga unang bahagi ng 2013 ay umabsent sa aming trabaho itong aming line leader na si EDILBERTA GONZALES. Dahil sa kutob, pinakiusapan ko ang aking biyenang babae na tingnan ang aking asawa sa bahay ni EDILBERTA GONZALES na malapit lamang sa aming tinitirhan sa Brgy. Cabilang Carmona, Cavite. Napag-alaman ko na lamang sa aking biyenan na nakita niyang natutulog ang aking asawa sa kuwarto ni EDILBERTA GONZALES. Pagkatapos ng pangyayaring iyon ay tuluyan nang nasira ang aming pagsasama na nauwi sa pag-iwan sa aming mag-iina ng aking nasabing asawa noong Abril 2013.”

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Would he ever hang up the phone and not call you back on purpose?

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