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Here

Narito

Last Update: 2014-09-09
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here

anu

Last Update: 2014-10-06
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Come here

Daralán cu la, daralá ra cu.

Last Update: 2014-08-04
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come here

punta ka dito

Last Update: 2014-10-09
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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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He's not here

nagta-type buong pangungusap sa iyong langage

Last Update: 2014-03-30
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Why are you here?

kumustaka

Last Update: 2014-09-12
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sammy chua was here

Bulaos

Last Update: 2014-03-13
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okay we're here too

ayos lang kami dito

Last Update: 2014-10-06
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there were plastic here

meron ditong plastic

Last Update: 2014-09-27
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yes to an upay waray people here ha

anu et upay dida

Last Update: 2014-09-17
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He/she/it's not yet here

HINDI PA SIYA DUMARATING

Last Update: 2014-10-04
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When did you arrive here in the Philippines?

kailan ka dumating dito sa pilipinas

Last Update: 2014-10-06
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Marcelo is here. There will be beggars coming.

Ilokano

Last Update: 2014-04-02
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To take charge of this post and all company properties in view and to protect/preserve the same with utmost diligence.

11 general orders of security guard tagalog

Last Update: 2014-10-08
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correct gBased on the Good review. popularity of this movie alone, it seems that a lot of people nowadays can't even distinguish a good movie from a bad one. This isn't really a horrible movie at all (it's a fun movie for kids and teenagers), but for an adult to raise much fuss over this--he has to be a film novice or amateur. This film has lots of failings--from bad acting (the portrayal of a mentally-handicapped character isn't good) to implausibility of plot (a six-year-old girl is sneaked into a prison cell?--what kind of modern prison security is that?) . And worst of all, the screenplay which just happily wallows in bathos (there's lots of crying jag in here). The negative reactions to this review (which is generally nice to the movie after all) shows the decline in taste of moviegoers of to dayrammar on translations

Hey! EveryBody seems to be staring at me.. You! You! All of you! How dare you to stare at me? Why? Is it because I’m a bad girl? A bad girl I am, A good for nothing teen ager, a problem child? That’s what you call me! I smoke. I drink. I gamble at my young tender age. I lie. I cheat, and I could even kill, if I have too. Yes, I’m a bad girl, but where are my parents? You! You! You are my good parents? My good elder brother & sister in this society were I live? Look…look at me…What have you done to me? You have pampered and spoiled me, neglected me when I needed you most! In trusted me to a yaya, whose intelligent was much lower than mine! While you go about your parties, your meetings and gambling sessions… Thus… I drifted away from you! Longing for a fathers love, yearning for a mothers care! As I grow up, everything change! You too have change! You spent more time in your pokers, mahjong tables, bars and night clubs. You even landed on the headline of the news paper as crook, peddlers and racketeers. Now, you call my name; accuse me in everything I do to myself? Tell me! How good you are? If you really wish to ensure my future Then hurry….hurry back home! Where I await you, because I need you… Protect me from all evil influences that will threaten at my very own understanding… But if I am bad, really bad…then, you’ve got to help me! Help me! Oh please…Help me!

Last Update: 2014-10-09
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The Tiger's Whisker (A Korean Fable) Someone shared this story with me a few months ago. It contains subtle, but powerful truths...enjoy! ONCE UPON A TIME a young wife named Yun Ok was at her wit's end. Her husband had always been a tender and loving soulmate before he had left for the wars, but ever since he returned home he was cross, angry, and unpredictable. She was almost afraid to live with her own husband. Only in glancing moments did she catch a shadow of the husband she used to know and love. When one ailment or another bothered people in her village, they would often rush for a cure to a hermit who lived deep in the mountains. Not Yun Ok. She always prided herself that she could heal her own troubles. But this time was different. She was desperate. As Yun Ok approached the hermit's hut, she saw the door was open. The old man said without turning around, "I hear you. What's your problem?" She explained the situation. His back still to her, he said, "Ah yes, it's often that way when soldiers return from the war. What do you expect me to do about it?" "Make me a potion!" cried the young wife. "Or an amulet, a drink, whatever it takes to get my husband back the way he used to be." The old man turned around. "Young woman, your request doesn't exactly fall into the same category as a broken bone or ear infection." "I know," said she. "It will take three days before I can even look into it. Come back then." Three days later, Yun Ok returned to the hermit's hut. "Yun Ok," he greeted her with a smile, "I have good news. There is a potion that will restore your husband to the way he used to be, but you should know that it requires an unusual ingredient. You must bring me a whisker from a live tiger." "What?" she gasped. "Such a thing is impossible!" "I cannot make the potion without it!" he shouted, startling her. He turned his back. "There is nothing more to say. As you can see, I'm very busy." That night Yun Ok tossed and turned. How could she get a whisker from a live tiger? The next day before dawn, she crept out of the house with a bowl of rice covered with meat sauce. She went to a cave on the mountainside where a tiger was known to live. She clicked her tongue very softly as she crept up, her heart pounding, and carefully set the bowl on the grass. Then, trying to make as little noise as she could, she backed away. The next day before dawn, she took another bowl of rice covered with meat sauce to the cave. She approached the same spot, clicking softly with her tongue. She saw that the bowl was empty, replaced the empty one with a fresh one, and again left, clicking softly and trying not to break twigs or rustle leaves, or do anything else to startle and unsettle the wild beast. So it went, day after day, for several months. She never saw the tiger (thank goodness for that! she thought) though she knew from footprints on the ground that the tiger - and not a smaller mountain creature - had been eating her food. Then one day as she approached, she noticed the tiger's head poking out of its cave. Glancing downward, she stepped very carefully to the same spot and with as little noise as she could, set down the fresh bowl and, her heart pounding, picked up the one that was empty. After a few weeks, she noticed the tiger would come out of its cave as it heard her footsteps, though it stayed a distance away (again, thank goodness! she thought, though she knew that someday, in order to get the whisker, she'd have to come closer to it). Another month went by. Then the tiger would wait by the empty food bowl as it heard her approaching. As she picked up the old bowl and replaced it with a fresh one, she could smell its scent, as it could surely smell hers. "Actually," she thought, remembering its almost kittenish look as she set down a fresh bowl, "it is a rather friendly creature, when you get to know it." The next time she visited, she glanced up at the tiger briefly and noticed what a lovely downturn of reddish fur it had from over one of its eyebrows to the next. Not a week later, the tiger allowed her to gently rub its head, and it purred and stretched like a house cat. Then she knew the time had come. The next morning, very early, she brought with her a small knife. After she set down the fresh bowl and the tiger allowed her to pet its head she said in a low voice, "Oh, my tiger, may I please have just one of your whiskers?" While petting the tiger with one hand, she held one whisker at its base, and with the other hand, in one quick stroke, she carved the whisker off. She stood up, speaking softly her thanks, and left, for the last time. The next morning seemed endless. At last her husband left for the rice fields. She ran to the hermit's hut, clutching the precious whisker in her fist. Bursting in, she cried to the hermit, "I have it! I have the tiger's whisker!" "You don't say?" he said, turning around. "From a live tiger?" "Yes!" she said. "Tell me," said the hermit, interested. "How did you do it?" Yun Ok told the hermit how, for the last six months, she had earned the trust of the creature and it had finally permitted her to cut off one of its whiskers. With pride she handed him the whisker. The hermit examined it, satisfied himself that it was indeed a whisker from a live tiger, then flicked it into the fire where it sizzled and burned in an instant. "What have you done?" Yun Ok cried, horrified. "Yun Ok," the hermit said softly, "you no longer need the whisker. Tell me, is a man more vicious than a tiger? If a dangerous wild beast will respond to your gradual and patient care, do you think a man will respond any less willingly?" Yun Ok stood speechless. Then she turned and stepped down the trail, turning over in her mind images of the tiger and of her husband, back and forth. She knew what she could do.

bigote ng pusa

Last Update: 2014-10-08
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I wept, I cried so hard. But this tears can’t bring back my sister to life. My being brought here by my conscience. I want to ask forgiveness. But can she still hear? O heart, forgive me for what I have done, please bring peace to mind.

palib hasa bunso, pinagbigyan ni tatay binili ang lobo na dilaw ang kulay si neneng ngumiti abot hanggang tinga humahagikhik sa tuwa, nagpasalamat sa ama

Last Update: 2014-10-02
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