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Short story

Maikling kuwento

Last Update: 2014-08-16
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lion kingfilipino story

leon kingfilipino kuwento

Last Update: 2014-08-16
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ang mabait na kalabaw story by virgilio almario

ang mabait Na kalabaw kuwento sa pamamagitan ng virgilio almario

Last Update: 2014-08-16
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with a political story

may isang pulitiko kuwento

Last Update: 2014-08-12
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laarni a dream story

laarni isang panaginip kuwento

Last Update: 2014-08-16
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indarapatra at sulayman story

indarapatra sa sulayman kwento

Last Update: 2014-08-14
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Examples of feminism story

halimbawa ng mga kwentong feminismo

Last Update: 2014-08-16
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the fox and the hedgehog story

ang soro at ang parkupino kuwento

Last Update: 2014-08-13
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story of rice myth on ibaloi version

kuwento ng kanin mitolohiya sa ibaloi bersyon

Last Update: 2014-08-17
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Good story - Genoveva Matute Edroza-

Kuwento ni mabuti - Genoveva Edroza-Matute

Last Update: 2014-08-15
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thirteen issues of budjette 5 story tan Tagalog

Case 4: Our Secret Constellation. Budjette Tan and KaJO Baldisimo, author and illustrator respectively of Trese didn’t envision the comic to be as popular or as long as three volumes. Hence, Volume 1 was written as a standalone. Taken on its own, one feels it’s very much like picking up a Spider Man or Batman comic book and appreciating it as that one issue. I love that Trese began in Balete drive and 13th street. If there was one place in Metro Capt. Guerrero & Alexandra Trese Manila where urban legends of white ladies and car accidents should happen its Balete drive. Paying homage to that part of the city with the case of the dead white lady was, I believe, a good way to start. From case 1, we pick up a few things about our main protagonist. She had connections with the police (Capt. Guerrero) and was called over for cases that are beyond forensic investigation. The dynamic between Trese and Guerrero is reminiscent of Batman a Commissioner Gordon. I get the feel of Batman more as I got through the novel. Parts of me felt like Trese was a cooler Batman (she’s a girl that kick’s ass…I mean seriously, how can she not be cooler than Batman?! Lol). While Batman’s choices of weapon are far more technologically advance than Trese, we are introduced to Trese’s choice of weapon in volume 1. It’s referred to as Sinag—a Kris like blade. A similar blade is used by Lam-ang in Mythology class. A Kris is said to be both a weapon and a spiritual object. It is said to hold a presence or essence. We also meet her sidekicks—the kambal—referred to as half-breeds (or half-aswangs). The Kambal in full battle gear wear a mask (one sad and one happy) and a healthy appetite for battles and shooting.

Last Update: 2014-08-16
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of Apocalypto Set in Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula (Central America), during the 16th century, Mel Gibson’s, Apocalypto follows the journey of a Mayan villager by the name of “Jaguar Paw”. This adaptation of the Mayan Empire illuminates a prophecy, surrounding Jaguar. The movie was historically accurate as far as Mayan Empire culture and the sacrificial process. The appearance of the Mayans in this film was spot on. They had stretched ear lobes, long hair, outlandish headdresses, burn scars, and tattoos. It didn’t delve into the every day life enough for it to be accurate, or inaccurate. The opening scenes consisted of hunting, and a village campfire, and that’s as far as it went for daily life. Where it was inaccurate and somewhat flawed was the over take of the village. Apocolytpo dramatically told the story of the villagers being captured, and many people argue that the Mayan’s were not as malicious as they were portrayed. Some Maya researches argue that the film is “violent and depraved”. Jaguar and his fellow village members are peaceful and harmonious together. On an early morning Jaguar wakes from a dream and quickly notices warriors with torches surrounding the village. The village people are brutally beaten, slaughtered, and dragged away as captive to be sold as slaves, and offered as sacrifice for their God. In the midst of the gory demise of the village, Jaguar hides his childbearing wife (Seven), and toddler sun (Turtles Run) into a deep hole. The warriors lead the villagers through a harsh path, to what looks to be the Mayan Capitol. At their destination, the men and women are divided. The women are sold into slavery, and the men are taken to the top of a pyramid temple to serve as the God’s offering. Two men are beheaded before it’s Jaguar’s turn, and a solar eclipse luckily spares his life. The Mayan’s view the eclipse as the God’s way of saying he’s been satisfied and there is no need for further sacrifice.

buod Ng digmaang peloponnesian

Last Update: 2014-08-17
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stories in the Bible

pitong araw ng paglikha

Last Update: 2014-08-16
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Adult novel which tells the story of Caridad, a woman given away as a child and whose past has been denied her. It is the story of the three keepers of truth - Emma, Ligaya and Thelma - each of whom failed to keep her.

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Last Update: 2014-08-11
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story of how pilandok crosses the rive Pilandok and the Crocodiles ( Maranao ) The prankster Pilandok wanted to cross a deep river filled with crocodiles. But he had no boat, and no bridge was in sight. And then he had an idea. He called to the crocodiles underwater. "What do you want?" they asked him irritably. "Come up to the surface of the water," he commanded the crocodiles. "My master, the sultan, wants to know how many you are in the river." "Why?" the crocodiles demanded. "He is going to give you gifts. Many gifts, and he wants to know how many would benefit from his kindness." So the crocodiles floated until they filled the surface of the river. Pilandok jumped on their backs as if they were stepping-stones, and pretended to count as he carefully picked his way to the other side of the river. When he had safely reached the bank, he turned back to the crocodiles and shouted: "I fooled you! I came from no sultan – and whoever with such ugly faces would receive plentiful gifts?" Then he ran away as fast as he could, so that the crocodiles never knew what a master prankster tasted like.r

Pilandok and the Crocodiles ( Maranao ) The prankster Pilandok wanted to cross a deep river filled with crocodiles. But he had no boat, and no bridge was in sight. And then he had an idea. He called to the crocodiles underwater. "What do you want?" they asked him irritably. "Come up to the surface of the water," he commanded the crocodiles. "My master, the sultan, wants to know how many you are in the river." "Why?" the crocodiles demanded. "He is going to give you gifts. Many gifts, and he wants to know how many would benefit from his kindness." So the crocodiles floated until they filled the surface of the river. Pilandok jumped on their backs as if they were stepping-stones, and pretended to count as he carefully picked his way to the other side of the river. When he had safely reached the bank, he turned back to the crocodiles and shouted: "I fooled you! I came from no sultan – and whoever with such ugly faces would receive plentiful gifts?" Then he ran away as fast as he could, so that the crocodiles never knew what a master prankster tasted like.

Last Update: 2014-08-08
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