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Purpose

Intensiyon

Last Update: 2014-04-21
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driven

nahimok

Last Update: 2013-09-15
Subject: General
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driven

hinimok

Last Update: 2013-06-22
Subject: Literary Translations
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purpose

Pwede ta bawal ejay ada LA ketdi proof n

Last Update: 2014-08-05
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What is the purpose of hope

Dahilan ng pagkagusto

Last Update: 2014-09-08
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Life

Buhay

Last Update: 2014-09-07
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life cycle

ikot ng buhay

Last Update: 2014-09-10
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Personal life

Personal na buhay

Last Update: 2014-09-07
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Everyday life

Personal na buhay

Last Update: 2014-08-28
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gave life to life

nagbigay ng buhay sa buhay ko

Last Update: 2014-09-10
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life is getting harder these days

buhay ay ang pagkuha ng mas mahirap mga araw na ito

Last Update: 2014-09-05
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elementary piece declamation piece about life

declamation piece about elementary life

Last Update: 2014-09-11
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You are the one i want to spent for the rest of my life with

Maaari i maghintay magpakailanman

Last Update: 2014-09-06
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Jose's life in Genesis 37,39-42

ang buhay ni jose sa genesis 37,39-42

Last Update: 2014-07-10
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In late medieval Japan, Kai is a half-Japanese, half-English outcast who lives in the domain of Ako, ruled by the benevolent Lord Asano Naganori, who found a young Kai lost in the forest and accepted him into his household. Despite being scorned by the samurai due to his lowborn status and mixed ancestry, Kai falls in love with Asano's daughter, Mika. Before a visit from Shogun Tokugawa Tsunayoshi, Lord Asano is visited by the Shogun's master of ceremonies, Lord Kira, who becomes attracted to Mika. He arranges a duel for the entertainment of the Shogun between his best warrior, the Lovecraftian Samurai, and one chosen by Oishi, principal counselor to Lord Asano. Ako's champion, Yasuno, is found by Kai to be incapacitated before the duel by the sorceress Mizuki, working for Lord Kira. Kai secretly dons Yasuno's armor and fights the Lovecraftian Samurai, but his disguise is broken and he is sentenced to punishment. Later that night, Mizuki bewitches Asano into believing Kira is raping Mika, causing Asano to attack an unarmed Kira in delirium. While the offense for attacking a Shogunate official is execution, the Shogun allows Asano to die with honor through seppuku, grants the domain of Ako to Lord Kira, and brands Oishi and his men Ronin. Kira demands Mika's hand in marriage on the spot, but the Shogun grants her one year to mourn the death of her father, and forbids the Ronin of Ako from seeking vengeance. To ensure there is no interference, Kira imprisons Oishi in an outdoor pit to break his spirit. Nearly a year later Oishi is released by Lord Kira's men. He reunites with his family and asks his son Chikara to aid him in reuniting the Ronin—including Kai, who has been sold into slavery. Oishi finds Kai in the fighting pits of the Dutch colony of Dejima. In search for swords to arm themselves, Kai leads them to the Tengu Forest, a mystical place he escaped from as a child. Kai instructs Oishi to never draw his sword while in the Tengu temple and continues alone to another room to face the Tengu Master, who once trained Kai in the fighting ways of the Tengu. While Kai fights the Tengu Master in a battle of wills, Oishi watches his men being slaughtered by the Tengu. Oishi follows Kai's advice to never draw his sword and the illusion vanishes when Kai is victorious in his duel, the Ronin are given Tengu swords. Armed with their new weapons, the Ronin plan to attack Kira on his pilgrimage to a shrine as he seeks blessings for his wedding to Mika. The procession is a trap and the group is ambushed by Kira's forces led by Mizuki and the Lovecraftian Samurai. Several of the Ronin are killed, and Mizuki, believing to have slaughtered them all, takes Oishi's sword and presents it to Lord Kira as a trophy. Mizuki later taunts Mika with their deaths and attempts to manipulate Mika into despair and suicide. Having survived the attack, Oishi and Kai rally the remaining survivors. With help of a band of traveling performers loyal to the memory of Lord Asano, Kai and Oishi infiltrate Kira and Mika's wedding ceremony, giving Mika an opportunity to flee as the Ronin scale the walls and attack Kira's men. As the Ronin are fighting for their lives, the Lovecraftian Samurai is destroyed by a gunpowder explosion, and the battle turns against Kira's men. Kai and Mika attempt to escape together, but are attacked by Mizuki, who takes the form of a dragon. Kai draws on the mystical powers of the Tengu he possesses, and ends her life. Oishi emerges with Kira's severed head, and Kira's men surrender. Surrendering themselves to Shogunate authority, the Ronin are sentenced to death as they explicitly violated the Shogun's command to not seek revenge. However, the Shogun finds that they followed the principles of Bushido in their actions, restoring their honor as samurai. Instead of being executed as criminals, the Ronin are commanded to perform seppuku, dying with their honor restored, and are given the additional honor of burial with their master. As the Ronin prepare for seppuku, the Shogun pardons Oishi's son from death, so as to preserve such a noble bloodline for the country; the rest stoically take their own lives.

Pangungusap na mga bobo

Last Update: 2014-09-11
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What is Job Analysis? Job Analysis is a process to identify and determine in detail the particular job duties and requirements and the relative importance of these duties for a given job. Job Analysis is a process where judgements are made about data collected on a job. Why is Job Analysis performed? What is the purpose of Job Analysis? Job Analysis is used to show the relatedness of employment procedures used by the employer. The procedures supported by job analysis include: Training Personnel Selection Job Evaluation, and Performance Appraisal Who conducts Job Analysis? Job Analysis may be conducted by the employer's Human Resources department or by a trained Job Analyst/Consultant.

google-translate ng ingles sa tagalog

Last Update: 2014-09-11
Subject: General
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kThe Sumerian civilization emerged upon the flood plain of the lower reaches of the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers about 4000 B.C. The social structure of the Sumerians was decidedly different from other societies of that and later times. The Sumerian communities were city states organized around a temple and ruled by a priesthood. The bulk of the people of the community were considered to be the servant-slaves of the god of the temple. The insecurities of life justified the role of the priesthood. When calamities occured despite the best efforts of the priesthood this was explained as being the result of the actions of other gods acting in concert which over-ruled the wishes of the local god. There was a class of craftsmen in addition to the priests and peasants. The craftmen devoted most of their time to producing things for either the temples or the warrior-soldiers which protected the temple community. The people were to devote their lives to propitiating the gods to prevent calamities from befalling the community. The political structure of Sumer was independent city-states. The map shows the important communities. Note that in Sumerian times the Persian Gulf extended to the area of the city-states. Since then the rivers have filled in hundreds miles of Gulf and Ur which was once almost on the coast is hundreds of miles from the sea. Along with the map of Sumer there is a schematic depiction of the layout of the city of Ur with a branch of the Euphrates River running through the city with a protected harbor at the city walls. There was another protected harbor at the city walls. The temple grounds were separated from the rest of the city.

The Sumerian civilization emerged upon the flood plain of the lower reaches of the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers about 4000 B.C. The social structure of the Sumerians was decidedly different from other societies of that and later times. The Sumerian communities were city states organized around a temple and ruled by a priesthood. The bulk of the people of the community were considered to be the servant-slaves of the god of the temple. The insecurities of life justified the role of the priesthood. When calamities occured despite the best efforts of the priesthood this was explained as being the result of the actions of other gods acting in concert which over-ruled the wishes of the local god. There was a class of craftsmen in addition to the priests and peasants. The craftmen devoted most of their time to producing things for either the temples or the warrior-soldiers which protected the temple community. The people were to devote their lives to propitiating the gods to prevent calamities from befalling the community. The political structure of Sumer was independent city-states. The map shows the important communities. Note that in Sumerian times the Persian Gulf extended to the area of the city-states. Since then the rivers have filled in hundreds miles of Gulf and Ur which was once almost on the coast is hundreds of miles from the sea. Along with the map of Sumer there is a schematic depiction of the layout of the city of Ur with a branch of the Euphrates River running through the city with a protected harbor at the city walls. There was another protected harbor at the city walls. The temple grounds were separated from the rest of the city.

Last Update: 2014-09-10
Subject: General
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So we should always thank sacdiy's parents and he gave us that we are their guide so they should be our pahalagaan and cherish these important people in my life my parents

kaya dapat na tayo ay laging magpasalamat sacdiy s at sa mga magulang na ipinagkaloob niya sa atin upang tayo ay kanilang gabayan kaya dapat na sila ay ating pahalagaan at mahalin ito ang mga taong mahalaga sa buhay ko ang aking mga magulang

Last Update: 2014-09-08
Subject: General
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Long ago in a thick forest, a young girl lived under the care of the goddess of weaving. Here she lived happily and without care, for everything that she wanted to eat was provided for her by her patroness. One day the goddess said to the girl, "Take this cotton, clean it, and make out a dress for yourself out of it." Now, the girl knew nothing about making cloth and weaving it, so she said to the goddess, "When the cotton is cleaned, is it ready for use?" "No," answered the guardian, "after it is cleaned, it must be beaten." "Well, after it is beaten, is it ready for use?" said the lazy girl. The goddess said that before it could be used, it would have to be spun. "Well, after it is spun, " persisted the saucy maiden, "is it ready for use?" "No, it must next be woven into cloth, cut, and sewn," answered the patient goddess. "Oh!" said, the girl, "it will take a long time and much hard work to make clothes that way. This leather hide which you have given me to beat the cotton on, will make me better clothing, because it will wear longer." So she covered herself with the leather. The goddess was so angry at the girl for her laziness that she decided that the leather should not only be her dress but also her very skin. Then the goddess took the stick for beating the cotton and thrusting it between the maiden's buttocks said to her, "This stick will become part of your body, and you will use it for climbing purposes. As a penalty for laziness, henceforth you shall live in trees in the forest, and there you will find your fruit." Thus, that's how originated the first monkey with a coat of leather and a tail.

garbansus

Last Update: 2014-09-08
Subject: General
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Who are you?What are you here for?What are you doing?Where are you going?Primal queries.Have you the answer?We thought not simply because most of us don't.We have blunder a long merrily,poet loose and fancy free,accepting and reveling in terms at what life throws at us.Never questioning,never wondering.

Sino ka? Ano ikaw ay dito para sa? Ano ang iyong ginagawa? Saan kayo dumalo? Primal queries.Have mo ang sagot? Naisip naming hindi lamang dahil karamihan sa amin don't.We mayroon blunder ng mahabang merrily, makata maluwag at magarbong libre, pagtanggap at reveling sa mga tuntunin sa kung ano ang buhay throws sa us.Never pagtatanong, hindi kailanman nagtataka .

Last Update: 2014-09-07
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