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same

tulad

Last Update: 2014-08-28
Subject: Science
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the same

kapareho

Last Update: 2014-09-01
Subject: General
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Come here

Daralán cu la, daralá ra cu.

Last Update: 2014-08-04
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same time

magkasabay/sabay

Last Update: 2014-08-28
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all here

nandito na lahat

Last Update: 2014-06-19
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same

magkabaliktad

Last Update: 2013-02-21
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same as usual

gaya ng dati/tulad ng dati

Last Update: 2014-08-28
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He's not here

nagta-type buong pangungusap sa iyong langage

Last Update: 2014-03-30
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don't ask here

aalimurain

Last Update: 2014-02-01
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they are already here

nandyan sila

Last Update: 2014-08-07
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sammy chua was here

Bulaos

Last Update: 2014-03-13
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stay the same

mananatiling pareho

Last Update: 2013-10-01
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I'm used to be that they are always here

nasanay ako na lagi silang nandyan

Last Update: 2014-08-22
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Marcelo is here. There will be beggars coming.

Ilokano

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21-year-old, Jan Ernest Jao Go founded his own trucking company, Ernest Logistics Service. He was not actually unfamiliar about the industry as his parents are also into the trucking and logistics business. However, the young entrepreneur still went through the tedious process of having ups and downs with his enterprise, being its sole proprietor. He was not spared from an industry-wide competition. But for the now 26-year-old CEO of his own company, his young age and limited experience was the greatest setback for him as an entrepreneur, especially during the onset of his venture. Initially, most of his prospected clients were hesitant to entrust their requirements to his equally young logistics business. “Several banks also denied me of business loans just because I was not even 25 at that time,” Go recalled. Undeterred, Go went on to overcome all the obstacles. The small company later on expanded to cover the logistics and domestic freight forwarding services. The biggest break came to ELC when a South Korea-based multinational company signed up for its services. Go could never be more thankful to his first client. Since then, the business has picked up. Upon its registration with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in 2012, it was renamed as Ernest Logistics Corporation (ELC). The company is now not just an eligible player in its industry. It is also considered as one of the most aggressive players among all logistics solutions providers in the country. Differentiating factor In an industry that is usually price sensitive, ELC observes a different strategy. According to Go, the company provides services regardless of how much its customers can pay. This differentiates it from competitors. “We offer packages to clients who are more particular about value and service. There are separate packages for the price conscious customers,” he revealed. Go believes that just like ELC, competitors are always on their toes. Thus, the company focuses on its core competence in sales and marketing, operations, and finance. It continuously prioritizes the needs and requirements to provide the best services to its clients. Shining amid crisis Just like any optimistic entrepreneur, Go thinks that the current crisis affecting the transport and logistics industry poses significant opportunities for his company to shine. Amid all the external problems, ELC has become a company offering more options and solutions. “We are now concentrated on what we can actually do rather than on what we can’t. The business implements preventive measures, resolves problems as soon as those arise, and makes the clients at the center of our information,” he declared. This way, the company is able to avoid onset of problems before those even arise. Thus, ELC now has its own container yard to bring clients outside of the port premises, making them enjoy more convenience and comfort. The yard serves not just as a site for inspection of conditions of cargoes; it is also the hub for forecasting based on prevailing and expected situations. Gearing up for the future To address the requirements of the demanding future, ELC is now working on a larger scale development/expansion of its own fleet, workforce, internal processes, and facilities. “ELC is equipping its trucks with GPS (Global Positioning System) for security and monitoring purposes,” he disclosed. Aside from vehicle upgrades, the business also continues to develop the potential of its employees. Aside from continuous skill development, comprehensive care and better compensation packages are provided to them. “We treat them as partners, not workers, because after all, people build the business, not me,” Go said. As ELC opens more branches in more local regions, it aims to further expand its business in the future. The company aims to go global within five years. “I dream of also having my own ships and airplanes. One day, through God’s blessings, I will buy those,” he asserted. Does your business need to ship important cargoes to anywhere in the country? Get to know the services and corresponding packages offered by Ernest Logistics Corporation here. 21-year-old, Jan Ernest Jao Go founded his own trucking company, Ernest Logistics Service. He was not actually unfamiliar about the industry as his parents are also into the trucking and logistics business. However, the young entrepreneur still went through the tedious process of having ups and downs with his enterprise, being its sole proprietor. He was not spared from an industry-wide competition. But for the now 26-year-old CEO of his own company, his young age and limited experience was the greatest setback for him as an entrepreneur, especially during the onset of his venture. Initially, most of his prospected clients were hesitant to entrust their requirements to his equally young logistics business. “Several banks also denied me of business loans just because I was not even 25 at that time,” Go recalled. Undeterred, Go went on to overcome all the obstacles. The small company later on expanded to cover the logistics and domestic freight forwarding services. The biggest break came to ELC when a South Korea-based multinational company signed up for its services. Go could never be more thankful to his first client. Since then, the business has picked up. Upon its registration with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in 2012, it was renamed as Ernest Logistics Corporation (ELC). The company is now not just an eligible player in its industry. It is also considered as one of the most aggressive players among all logistics solutions providers in the country. Differentiating factor In an industry that is usually price sensitive, ELC observes a different strategy. According to Go, the company provides services regardless of how much its customers can pay. This differentiates it from competitors. “We offer packages to clients who are more particular about value and service. There are separate packages for the price conscious customers,” he revealed. Go believes that just like ELC, competitors are always on their toes. Thus, the company focuses on its core competence in sales and marketing, operations, and finance. It continuously prioritizes the needs and requirements to provide the best services to its clients. Shining amid crisis Just like any optimistic entrepreneur, Go thinks that the current crisis affecting the transport and logistics industry poses significant opportunities for his company to shine. Amid all the external problems, ELC has become a company offering more options and solutions. “We are now concentrated on what we can actually do rather than on what we can’t. The business implements preventive measures, resolves problems as soon as those arise, and makes the clients at the center of our information,” he declared. This way, the company is able to avoid onset of problems before those even arise. Thus, ELC now has its own container yard to bring clients outside of the port premises, making them enjoy more convenience and comfort. The yard serves not just as a site for inspection of conditions of cargoes; it is also the hub for forecasting based on prevailing and expected situations. Gearing up for the future To address the requirements of the demanding future, ELC is now working on a larger scale development/expansion of its own fleet, workforce, internal processes, and facilities. “ELC is equipping its trucks with GPS (Global Positioning System) for security and monitoring purposes,” he disclosed. Aside from vehicle upgrades, the business also continues to develop the potential of its employees. Aside from continuous skill development, comprehensive care and better compensation packages are provided to them. “We treat them as partners, not workers, because after all, people build the business, not me,” Go said. As ELC opens more branches in more local regions, it aims to further expand its business in the future. The company aims to go global within five years. “I dream of also having my own ships and airplanes. One day, through God’s blessings, I will buy those,” he asserted. Does your business need to ship important cargoes to anywhere in the country? Get to know the services and corresponding packages offered by Ernest Logistics Corporation here. 21-year-old, Jan Ernest Jao Go founded his own trucking company, Ernest Logistics Service. He was not actually unfamiliar about the industry as his parents are also into the trucking and logistics business. However, the young entrepreneur still went through the tedious process of having ups and downs with his enterprise, being its sole proprietor. He was not spared from an industry-wide competition. But for the now 26-year-old CEO of his own company, his young age and limited experience was the greatest setback for him as an entrepreneur, especially during the onset of his venture. Initially, most of his prospected clients were hesitant to entrust their requirements to his equally young logistics business. “Several banks also denied me of business loans just because I was not even 25 at that time,” Go recalled. Undeterred, Go went on to overcome all the obstacles. The small company later on expanded to cover the logistics and domestic freight forwarding services. The biggest break came to ELC when a South Korea-based multinational company signed up for its services. Go could never be more thankful to his first client. Since then, the business has picked up. Upon its registration with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in 2012, it was renamed as Ernest Logistics Corporation (ELC). The company is now not just an eligible player in its industry. It is also considered as one of the most aggressive players among all logistics solutions providers in the country. Differentiating factor In an industry that is usually price sensitive, ELC observes a different strategy. According to Go, the company provides services regardless of how much its customers can pay. This differentiates it from competitors. “We offer packages to clients who are more particular about value and service. There are separate packages for the price conscious customers,” he revealed. Go believes that just like ELC, competitors are always on their toes. Thus, the company focuses on its core competence in sales and marketing, operations, and finance. It continuously prioritizes the needs and requirements to provide the best services to its clients. Shining amid crisis Just like any optimistic entrepreneur, Go thinks that the current crisis affecting the transport and logistics industry poses significant opportunities for his company to shine. Amid all the external problems, ELC has become a company offering more options and solutions. “We are now concentrated on what we can actually do rather than on what we can’t. The business implements preventive measures, resolves problems as soon as those arise, and makes the clients at the center of our information,” he declared. This way, the company is able to avoid onset of problems before those even arise. Thus, ELC now has its own container yard to bring clients outside of the port premises, making them enjoy more convenience and comfort. The yard serves not just as a site for inspection of conditions of cargoes; it is also the hub for forecasting based on prevailing and expected situations. Gearing up for the future To address the requirements of the demanding future, ELC is now working on a larger scale development/expansion of its own fleet, workforce, internal processes, and facilities. “ELC is equipping its trucks with GPS (Global Positioning System) for security and monitoring purposes,” he disclosed. Aside from vehicle upgrades, the business also continues to develop the potential of its employees. Aside from continuous skill development, comprehensive care and better compensation packages are provided to them. “We treat them as partners, not workers, because after all, people build the business, not me,” Go said. As ELC opens more branches in more local regions, it aims to further expand its business in the future. The company aims to go global within five years. “I dream of also having my own ships and airplanes. One day, through God’s blessings, I will buy those,” he asserted. Does your business need to ship important cargoes to anywhere in the country? Get to know the services and corresponding packages offered by Ernest Logistics Corporation here. 21-year-old, Jan Ernest Jao Go founded his own trucking company, Ernest Logistics Service. He was not actually unfamiliar about the industry as his parents are also into the trucking and logistics business. However, the young entrepreneur still went through the tedious process of having ups and downs with his enterprise, being its sole proprietor. He was not spared from an industry-wide competition. But for the now 26-year-old CEO of his own company, his young age and limited experience was the greatest setback for him as an entrepreneur, especially during the onset of his venture. Initially, most of his prospected clients were hesitant to entrust their requirements to his equally young logistics business. “Several banks also denied me of business loans just because I was not even 25 at that time,” Go recalled. Undeterred, Go went on to overcome all the obstacles. The small company later on expanded to cover the logistics and domestic freight forwarding services. The biggest break came to ELC when a South Korea-based multinational company signed up for its services. Go could never be more thankful to his first client. Since then, the business has picked up. Upon its registration with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in 2012, it was renamed as Ernest Logistics Corporation (ELC). The company is now not just an eligible player in its industry. It is also considered as one of the most aggressive players among all logistics solutions providers in the country. Differentiating factor In an industry that is usually price sensitive, ELC observes a different strategy. According to Go, the company provides services regardless of how much its customers can pay. This differentiates it from competitors. “We offer packages to clients who are more particular about value and service. There are separate packages for the price conscious customers,” he revealed. Go believes that just like ELC, competitors are always on their toes. Thus, the company focuses on its core competence in sales and marketing, operations, and finance. It continuously prioritizes the needs and requirements to provide the best services to its clients. Shining amid crisis Just like any optimistic entrepreneur, Go thinks that the current crisis affecting the transport and logistics industry poses significant opportunities for his company to shine. Amid all the external problems, ELC has become a company offering more options and solutions. “We are now concentrated on what we can actually do rather than on what we can’t. The business implements preventive measures, resolves problems as soon as those arise, and makes the clients at the center of our information,” he declared. This way, the company is able to avoid onset of problems before those even arise. Thus, ELC now has its own container yard to bring clients outside of the port premises, making them enjoy more convenience and comfort. The yard serves not just as a site for inspection of conditions of cargoes; it is also the hub for forecasting based on prevailing and expected situations. Gearing up for the future To address the requirements of the demanding future, ELC is now working on a larger scale development/expansion of its own fleet, workforce, internal processes, and facilities. “ELC is equipping its trucks with GPS (Global Positioning System) for security and monitoring purposes,” he disclosed. Aside from vehicle upgrades, the business also continues to develop the potential of its employees. Aside from continuous skill development, comprehensive care and better compensation packages are provided to them. “We treat them as partners, not workers, because after all, people build the business, not me,” Go said. As ELC opens more branches in more local regions, it aims to further expand its business in the future. The company aims to go global within five years. “I dream of also having my own ships and airplanes. One day, through God’s blessings, I will buy those,” he asserted. Does your business need to ship important cargoes to anywhere in the country? Get to know the services and corresponding packages offered by Ernest Logistics Corporation here. 21-year-old, Jan Ernest Jao Go founded his own trucking company, Ernest Logistics Service. He was not actually unfamiliar about the industry as his parents are also into the trucking and logistics business. However, the young entrepreneur still went through the tedious process of having ups and downs with his enterprise, being its sole proprietor. He was not spared from an industry-wide competition. But for the now 26-year-old CEO of his own company, his young age and limited experience was the greatest setback for him as an entrepreneur, especially during the onset of his venture. Initially, most of his prospected clients were hesitant to entrust their requirements to his equally young logistics business. “Several banks also denied me of business loans just because I was not even 25 at that time,” Go recalled. Undeterred, Go went on to overcome all the obstacles. The small company later on expanded to cover the logistics and domestic freight forwarding services. The biggest break came to ELC when a South Korea-based multinational company signed up for its services. Go could never be more thankful to his first client. Since then, the business has picked up. Upon its registration with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in 2012, it was renamed as Ernest Logistics Corporation (ELC). The company is now not just an eligible player in its industry. It is also considered as one of the most aggressive players among all logistics solutions providers in the country. Differentiating factor In an industry that is usually price sensitive, ELC observes a different strategy. According to Go, the company provides services regardless of how much its customers can pay. This differentiates it from competitors. “We offer packages to clients who are more particular about value and service. There are separate packages for the price conscious customers,” he revealed. Go believes that just like ELC, competitors are always on their toes. Thus, the company focuses on its core competence in sales and marketing, operations, and finance. It continuously prioritizes the needs and requirements to provide the best services to its clients. Shining amid crisis Just like any optimistic entrepreneur, Go thinks that the current crisis affecting the transport and logistics industry poses significant opportunities for his company to shine. Amid all the external problems, ELC has become a company offering more options and solutions. “We are now concentrated on what we can actually do rather than on what we can’t. The business implements preventive measures, resolves problems as soon as those arise, and makes the clients at the center of our information,” he declared. This way, the company is able to avoid onset of problems before those even arise. Thus, ELC now has its own container yard to bring clients outside of the port premises, making them enjoy more convenience and comfort. The yard serves not just as a site for inspection of conditions of cargoes; it is also the hub for forecasting based on prevailing and expected situations. Gearing up for the future To address the requirements of the demanding future, ELC is now working on a larger scale development/expansion of its own fleet, workforce, internal processes, and facilities. “ELC is equipping its trucks with GPS (Global Positioning System) for security and monitoring purposes,” he disclosed. Aside from vehicle upgrades, the business also continues to develop the potential of its employees. Aside from continuous skill development, comprehensive care and better compensation packages are provided to them. “We treat them as partners, not workers, because after all, people build the business, not me,” Go said. As ELC opens more branches in more local regions, it aims to further expand its business in the future. The company aims to go global within five years. “I dream of also having my own ships and airplanes. One day, through God’s blessings, I will buy those,” he asserted. Does your business need to ship important cargoes to anywhere in the country? Get to know the services and corresponding packages offered by Ernest Logistics Corporation here. 21-year-old, Jan Ernest Jao Go founded his own trucking company, Ernest Logistics Service. He was not actually unfamiliar about the industry as his parents are also into the trucking and logistics business. However, the young entrepreneur still went through the tedious process of having ups and downs with his enterprise, being its sole proprietor. He was not spared from an industry-wide competition. But for the now 26-year-old CEO of his own company, his young age and limited experience was the greatest setback for him as an entrepreneur, especially during the onset of his venture. Initially, most of his prospected clients were hesitant to entrust their requirements to his equally young logistics business. “Several banks also denied me of business loans just because I was not even 25 at that time,” Go recalled. Undeterred, Go went on to overcome all the obstacles. The small company later on expanded to cover the logistics and domestic freight forwarding services. The biggest break came to ELC when a South Korea-based multinational company signed up for its services. Go could never be more thankful to his first client. Since then, the business has picked up. Upon its registration with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in 2012, it was renamed as Ernest Logistics Corporation (ELC). The company is now not just an eligible player in its industry. It is also considered as one of the most aggressive players among all logistics solutions providers in the country. Differentiating factor In an industry that is usually price sensitive, ELC observes a different strategy. According to Go, the company provides services regardless of how much its customers can pay. This differentiates it from competitors. “We offer packages to clients who are more particular about value and service. There are separate packages for the price conscious customers,” he revealed. Go believes that just like ELC, competitors are always on their toes. Thus, the company focuses on its core competence in sales and marketing, operations, and finance. It continuously prioritizes the needs and requirements to provide the best services to its clients. Shining amid crisis Just like any optimistic entrepreneur, Go thinks that the current crisis affecting the transport and logistics industry poses significant opportunities for his company to shine. Amid all the external problems, ELC has become a company offering more options and solutions. “We are now concentrated on what we can actually do rather than on what we can’t. The business implements preventive measures, resolves problems as soon as those arise, and makes the clients at the center of our information,” he declared. This way, the company is able to avoid onset of problems before those even arise. Thus, ELC now has its own container yard to bring clients outside of the port premises, making them enjoy more convenience and comfort. The yard serves not just as a site for inspection of conditions of cargoes; it is also the hub for forecasting based on prevailing and expected situations. Gearing up for the future To address the requirements of the demanding future, ELC is now working on a larger scale development/expansion of its own fleet, workforce, internal processes, and facilities. “ELC is equipping its trucks with GPS (Global Positioning System) for security and monitoring purposes,” he disclosed. Aside from vehicle upgrades, the business also continues to develop the potential of its employees. Aside from continuous skill development, comprehensive care and better compensation packages are provided to them. “We treat them as partners, not workers, because after all, people build the business, not me,” Go said. As ELC opens more branches in more local regions, it aims to further expand its business in the future. The com

negosyante

Last Update: 2014-09-02
Subject: General
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The law of supply is a fundamental principle of economic theory which states that, all else equal, an increase in price results in an increase in quantity supplied.[1] In other words, there is a direct relationship between price and quantity: quantities respond in the same direction as price changes. This means that producers are willing to offer more products for sale on the market at higher prices by increasing production as a way of increasing profits

batas ng suplay

Last Update: 2014-09-02
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Think of a feature release as a timeless story that could have been written by a journalist. Unlike a traditional press release, a feature release is written with a human interest and lifestyle orientation that coincides with the "calendar of life." Feature releases are for journalists to use verbatim and often appear alongside holiday calendars and in special sections. They also fill news holes in newspapers and magazines. Feature stories are evergreen and typically have long shelf lives. One thing they are not is breaking, front-page news. Explore creative ways and angles to present your message. Take an out-of-the-box look at what your business does and how it can lend itself to a consumer-directed message. Think of a holiday or seasonal theme (i.e., a nonprofit organization shedding light on how unique "gifts"—such as "providing supplies to a school in an economically challenged village"—given on behalf of those on your holiday gift lists do more good and mean more for recipients; or an animal shelter sharing "best practices" for deciding to give—or not give—a puppy or kitten as a holiday gift; or a mental health association offering up facts and advice on how to survive what can be for many a very difficult season). Make your message universal by adding statistics and providing useful information with mass appeal that can help people navigate their daily lives—in other words, give your story "legs." Use a captivating headline and attention-grabbing first paragraph. The feature release headline and lead must immediately grab a reader's (and journalist's) attention (i.e., "What to do when a stingray bites your nipple"). Keep your headline to fewer than 20 words and your lead to no more than two to three sentences. Sum up detailed benefits in the second paragraph. This is the place to give details that support your lead, but keep your message simple and informative. Cite a source—this is important for establishing credibility and giving editors someone to contact for information. Present key statistics. Give your readers a URL to a supportive Web site. Authenticate and enhance your message in the third paragraph. Have your expert source or other engaging spokesperson who is knowledgeable on the subject provide an interesting quote or two that adds passion and opinion. This person also should be available for interviews. Elaborate on details in the fourth paragraph Here is where you can elaborate on what you've already summarized. Use bullets—they help editors and readers quickly grasp your story and are easy to edit. This is also the place to add biographical information on your source, and maybe even add another quote. Write your release so it can easily be cut in length without losing its essence. Make sure to keep your word count to 400. This is vital to getting your release published, since most newspapers and magazines have limited space for feature stories and news (the remainder is devoted to ad space). Take full advantage of multimedia and search engine optimization. Bring your story to life, illustrate your content, and gain on-line visibility. Be sure to add photos with captions because they are favorites with journalists. Not only do they draw attention but they can easily be dropped into news holes. For broadcast and on-line stories, video and audio clips are unbeatable for bringing content to life. Remember to add hyperlinks in your release that link to supportive documents and Web sites, and include SEO (search engine optimization) keywords when you submit your release for distribution so your story rises to the top of search engines. Place prices and phone numbers in parentheses at the ends of paragraphs. Editors and consumers want to know how to contact you and how much your product or service costs, if applicable. Because of this, you may include phone numbers and pricing in parentheses at the ends of paragraphs. That way, editors can easily eliminate that information if they feel it detracts from the story or limits its use. An exception: If the subject of the release is a special offer (i.e., you are offering an opportunity for volunteers to serve underprivileged families during a weekend road trip at a cost of $250 per person). You may also place prices or price ranges in the last paragraph where editors have the option of cutting them. Write your feature release as a ready-to-print story—no boilerplate needed! Feature releases are not the place for corporate boilerplates and identity statements. Feature editors generally don't read them and hardly ever use them because feature stories are not about business events or forward-looking content that requires disclaimers or company background information. Have fun with your feature release, and happy writing! Tagalog

Tagalog (paglilinaw)

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Being a Child Being a Child is not what it seems! A world full of hopes, A heart full of dreams. The ice cream parlor, Where every one goes. The little Secrets that no one knows! Going to sleep a heart full of fear! Wiping away the last little tear! It’s searching for love, And no one’s around. And searching for help that can’t be found. It’s going to sleep and wanting to die! How much more can I cry? It’s closing you’re eyes and wishing him gone. It’s minding your heart where it’s been torn! It’s taking a bath to wash it way Only to find it’s here to stay! It’s wanting your mother to protect you at night. It’s wanting her arms to hold to tight! Money and cokes and basketball cheers, Spending the night a heart full of fears! Laughing playing and having fun, Where never a part of being young! A world of lost hopes and shattered dreams This child’s life is not what it seems!

ingles sa ilocano isalin

Last Update: 2014-09-01
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Then went Boaz up to the gate, and sat him down there: and, behold, the kinsman of whom Boaz spake came by; unto whom he said, Ho, such a one! turn aside, sit down here. And he turned aside, and sat down.
Ruth 4.1

Si Booz nga'y sumampa sa pintuang-bayan, at naupo siya roon: at, narito, ang malapit na kamaganak na sinalita ni Booz ay nagdaan; sa lalaking yao'y sinabi niya, Oy, kuwan! lumiko ka, maupo ka rito. At siya'y lumiko, at naupo.
Ruth 4.1

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And he said unto the elders, Tarry ye here for us, until we come again unto you: and, behold, Aaron and Hur are with you: if any man have any matters to do, let him come unto them.
Exodus 24.14

At kaniyang sinabi sa mga matanda, Hintayin ninyo kami rito hanggang sa kami ay bumalik sa inyo: at, narito si Aaron at si Hur ay kasama ninyo: sinomang magkaroon ng usap ay lumapit sa kanila.
Exodus 24.14

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