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how are you now

musta ka na

Last Update: 2014-10-09
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I plucked teeth now

nabunot

Last Update: 2013-12-22
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you look like model now lol

you look like model now

Last Update: 2014-09-28
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you look like model now lol

quote

Last Update: 2014-09-28
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as of now i have no mood:(

Ilokano

Last Update: 2014-03-02
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And now, I am

karun ako nay

Last Update: 2014-10-07
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more especially loved more revenue now

Mas lalo kitang nakikilala, mas lalo kitang hinahangaan

Last Update: 2014-10-05
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Now I will be looking for my girlfriend

ngayon naghahanap ako ng magiging girlfriend ko

Last Update: 2014-10-01
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but until now no one will send to us a copy.

mangyaring makisama sa amin

Last Update: 2014-06-17
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I promise to be a good son/daughter from now on.

Pinapangako ko na magiging mabuting anak na ko

Last Update: 2014-07-29
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It now delivers as ecclesiastical museum and it showcases regional church facade and artifacts

Ito naghahatid na ngayon bilang Eklesiastiko museo at ito Ipinapakita ng harapan rehiyonal na simbahan at artifacts

Last Update: 2014-09-22
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Position: Associate Director Philippine Address: Parc Royale Condominium, Julia Vargas, Ortigas, Pasig City Employer: KRA International 20F, North Tower, Shangdu Soho, Chaoyang, Beijing, China Marco brought honor to the Philippines by being one of only foreigners living in China honored with carrying the torch during the 2008 Olympics. He bested over 260 foreigners which included CEO’s and ambassadors in the process. In winning the award, Marco united all Filipinos into a positive cause, thus, having a Filipino carry the Olympic torch for the 1st time since the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. As an OFW, he has earned the respect, trust and confidence of his employer, superiors and co-workers. Marco is an effective role model employee. Proof of his competence is his growth from a mere Marketing Manager to Senior Marketing Manger to Business Development manager, then Associate, then Associate Director and now Associate Director-Asia Pacific all in just 5 years. He achieved this because despite having no contacts and no Chinese speaking skills, he strived to better himself. Now, this Filipino is an ambassador to his company’s international clients. Because of Marco’s shining example, companies want to hire more professionals from the Philippines. As a Managing Partner and correspondent of his own lifestyle magazine in Beijing, Metrostyle, Marco has written about the Philippines in countless occasions. Philippine Airlines acknowledges Marco’s contributions to this cause.

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Last Update: 2014-10-10
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Ombudsman to inspect Purisima house By Cecille Suerte Felipe, The Philippine Star Posted at 10/08/2014 8:08 AM | Updated as of 10/08/2014 8:08 AM MANILA - Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Alan Purisima promised yesterday to abide by whatever is asked of him by the Office of the Ombudsman, including allowing its representatives to take another peek into his controversial rest house in Nueva Ecija. Last Monday, members of media and representatives of the anti-graft agency were given a tour of the property. “The PNP chief is presently being scrutinized and with investigation being conducted by the ombudsman... when the ombudsman says that there has to be an ocular inspection, I can say he can’t do away with that,” Senior Superintendent Robert Po, newly designated spokesman for the PNP chief, said. “And I think the chief PNP will welcome that just to make the point that what he is saying that it is not a mansion, will be proven,” he said. Purisima opened his Nueva Ecija house to reporters and TV crew last Monday, to make them see for themselves that the structure was no mansion but just an “ordinary house.” “As reporters could see, the property is no mansion by any standard. It is an ordinary house, as ordinary as the other concrete houses that you would see in the neighborhood,” said Purisima in a statement. “By inviting the media, it is my hope that some questions related to my property would be put to rest.” Senior Superintendent Wilben Mayor, PNP Public Information Office (PIO) chief, said he was not aware of the presence of representatives from the ombudsman among media members during last Monday’s visit. BIR joins probe The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR), for its part, is joining a composite task force being organized to conduct lifestyle check on Purisima and other police officers. BIR Commissioner Kim Henares said a memorandum of agreement on the creation of the task force is now being finalized. She said the lifestyle check being readied for Purisima and other police officers is the idea of Interior and Local Government Secretary Manuel Roxas II. “In fact, he was volunteering that it starts with him,” she said. The PNP is under the DILG. Aside from the BIR, the task force would also include the DILG, the Office of the Ombudsman and the National Police Commission (Napolcom), Henares said. She said the BIR’s role would be limited to looking into the tax payments of the officers covered by the lifestyle check. “It is the ombudsman who has the authority to look into suspicious bank accounts, not the BIR,” she stressed. Responding to questions, Henares said Purisima would be the first officer to undergo lifestyle check, considering the unanswered questions about his wealth as well as the plunder charges filed against him with the ombudsman. “Is his house a mansion? A house is a mansion and a mansion is a house. That would be tackled in the lifestyle check,” she pointed out. “It’s not fair for me to make a conclusion because I will be part of the group that will investigate him.” She said she is confident there would be no whitewash even if the DILG and Napolcom would be part of the lifestyle check task force. “I don’t think Secretary Roxas would allow any whitewashing,” she said. As DILG secretary, Roxas chairs Napolcom, where Purisima sits as a member. Henares said if the police officers fail the lifestyle investigation, they would be charged with violating the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act. He said the law presumes that properties are illegally acquired if their owners are unable to prove they have enough legal sources of income to buy them. She said Roxas first thought of making police officers undergo lifestyle check after news of the Sept. 1 kidnap-robbery incident on Edsa in Mandaluyong City came out. The daring heist, caught on cellphone photo, would turn out to be perpetrated by several police officers assigned at the La Loma station in Quezon City. Asked whether the BIR is conducting a lifestyle probe on Vice President Jejomar Binay and his family, Henares said: “I am not saying there is or there is none. We do what we have to do, and if there is a result, we file the appropriate case.” Wife, kids included Deputy ombudsman for military and other law enforcement offices (MOLEO) Cyril Ramos said the sources of income of Purisima’s wife Ma. Ramona Lydia Purisima and their children would also be examined. “As part of the lifestyle check, we will make use of the SALN (statements of assets, liabilities and net worth) of General Purisima. We will look into the SALN to determine if there are properties or assets which have been acquired illegally or illegal wealth as the case may be,” Ramos said told reporters after the Senate hearing on the Ombudsman’s P543-million budget for 2015. Based on his 2013 SALN, Purisima’s total assets reached P17.264 million while his liabilities reached P10.7 million, placing his net worth at P 6.563 million. – With Aurea Calica, Jess Diaz, Christina Mendez

nagta-type buong pangungusap sa iyong langage

Last Update: 2014-10-08
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type full s Ombudsman to inspect Purisima house By Cecille Suerte Felipe, The Philippine Star Posted at 10/08/2014 8:08 AM | Updated as of 10/08/2014 8:08 AM MANILA - Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Alan Purisima promised yesterday to abide by whatever is asked of him by the Office of the Ombudsman, including allowing its representatives to take another peek into his controversial rest house in Nueva Ecija. Last Monday, members of media and representatives of the anti-graft agency were given a tour of the property. “The PNP chief is presently being scrutinized and with investigation being conducted by the ombudsman... when the ombudsman says that there has to be an ocular inspection, I can say he can’t do away with that,” Senior Superintendent Robert Po, newly designated spokesman for the PNP chief, said. “And I think the chief PNP will welcome that just to make the point that what he is saying that it is not a mansion, will be proven,” he said. Purisima opened his Nueva Ecija house to reporters and TV crew last Monday, to make them see for themselves that the structure was no mansion but just an “ordinary house.” “As reporters could see, the property is no mansion by any standard. It is an ordinary house, as ordinary as the other concrete houses that you would see in the neighborhood,” said Purisima in a statement. “By inviting the media, it is my hope that some questions related to my property would be put to rest.” Senior Superintendent Wilben Mayor, PNP Public Information Office (PIO) chief, said he was not aware of the presence of representatives from the ombudsman among media members during last Monday’s visit. BIR joins probe The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR), for its part, is joining a composite task force being organized to conduct lifestyle check on Purisima and other police officers. BIR Commissioner Kim Henares said a memorandum of agreement on the creation of the task force is now being finalized. She said the lifestyle check being readied for Purisima and other police officers is the idea of Interior and Local Government Secretary Manuel Roxas II. “In fact, he was volunteering that it starts with him,” she said. The PNP is under the DILG. Aside from the BIR, the task force would also include the DILG, the Office of the Ombudsman and the National Police Commission (Napolcom), Henares said. She said the BIR’s role would be limited to looking into the tax payments of the officers covered by the lifestyle check. “It is the ombudsman who has the authority to look into suspicious bank accounts, not the BIR,” she stressed. Responding to questions, Henares said Purisima would be the first officer to undergo lifestyle check, considering the unanswered questions about his wealth as well as the plunder charges filed against him with the ombudsman. “Is his house a mansion? A house is a mansion and a mansion is a house. That would be tackled in the lifestyle check,” she pointed out. “It’s not fair for me to make a conclusion because I will be part of the group that will investigate him.” She said she is confident there would be no whitewash even if the DILG and Napolcom would be part of the lifestyle check task force. “I don’t think Secretary Roxas would allow any whitewashing,” she said. As DILG secretary, Roxas chairs Napolcom, where Purisima sits as a member. Henares said if the police officers fail the lifestyle investigation, they would be charged with violating the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act. He said the law presumes that properties are illegally acquired if their owners are unable to prove they have enough legal sources of income to buy them. She said Roxas first thought of making police officers undergo lifestyle check after news of the Sept. 1 kidnap-robbery incident on Edsa in Mandaluyong City came out. The daring heist, caught on cellphone photo, would turn out to be perpetrated by several police officers assigned at the La Loma station in Quezon City. Asked whether the BIR is conducting a lifestyle probe on Vice President Jejomar Binay and his family, Henares said: “I am not saying there is or there is none. We do what we have to do, and if there is a result, we file the appropriate case.” Wife, kids included Deputy ombudsman for military and other law enforcement offices (MOLEO) Cyril Ramos said the sources of income of Purisima’s wife Ma. Ramona Lydia Purisima and their children would also be examined. “As part of the lifestyle check, we will make use of the SALN (statements of assets, liabilities and net worth) of General Purisima. We will look into the SALN to determine if there are properties or assets which have been acquired illegally or illegal wealth as the case may be,” Ramos said told reporters after the Senate hearing on the Ombudsman’s P543-million budget for 2015. Based on his 2013 SALN, Purisima’s total assets reached P17.264 million while his liabilities reached P10.7 million, placing his net worth at P 6.563 million. – With Aurea Calica, Jess Diaz, Christina Mendezentence in your langage

nagta- Ombudsman to inspect Purisima house By Cecille Suerte Felipe, The Philippine Star Posted at 10/08/2014 8:08 AM | Updated as of 10/08/2014 8:08 AM MANILA - Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Alan Purisima promised yesterday to abide by whatever is asked of him by the Office of the Ombudsman, including allowing its representatives to take another peek into his controversial rest house in Nueva Ecija. Last Monday, members of media and representatives of the anti-graft agency were given a tour of the property. “The PNP chief is presently being scrutinized and with investigation being conducted by the ombudsman... when the ombudsman says that there has to be an ocular inspection, I can say he can’t do away with that,” Senior Superintendent Robert Po, newly designated spokesman for the PNP chief, said. “And I think the chief PNP will welcome that just to make the point that what he is saying that it is not a mansion, will be proven,” he said. Purisima opened his Nueva Ecija house to reporters and TV crew last Monday, to make them see for themselves that the structure was no mansion but just an “ordinary house.” “As reporters could see, the property is no mansion by any standard. It is an ordinary house, as ordinary as the other concrete houses that you would see in the neighborhood,” said Purisima in a statement. “By inviting the media, it is my hope that some questions related to my property would be put to rest.” Senior Superintendent Wilben Mayor, PNP Public Information Office (PIO) chief, said he was not aware of the presence of representatives from the ombudsman among media members during last Monday’s visit. BIR joins probe The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR), for its part, is joining a composite task force being organized to conduct lifestyle check on Purisima and other police officers. BIR Commissioner Kim Henares said a memorandum of agreement on the creation of the task force is now being finalized. She said the lifestyle check being readied for Purisima and other police officers is the idea of Interior and Local Government Secretary Manuel Roxas II. “In fact, he was volunteering that it starts with him,” she said. The PNP is under the DILG. Aside from the BIR, the task force would also include the DILG, the Office of the Ombudsman and the National Police Commission (Napolcom), Henares said. She said the BIR’s role would be limited to looking into the tax payments of the officers covered by the lifestyle check. “It is the ombudsman who has the authority to look into suspicious bank accounts, not the BIR,” she stressed. Responding to questions, Henares said Purisima would be the first officer to undergo lifestyle check, considering the unanswered questions about his wealth as well as the plunder charges filed against him with the ombudsman. “Is his house a mansion? A house is a mansion and a mansion is a house. That would be tackled in the lifestyle check,” she pointed out. “It’s not fair for me to make a conclusion because I will be part of the group that will investigate him.” She said she is confident there would be no whitewash even if the DILG and Napolcom would be part of the lifestyle check task force. “I don’t think Secretary Roxas would allow any whitewashing,” she said. As DILG secretary, Roxas chairs Napolcom, where Purisima sits as a member. Henares said if the police officers fail the lifestyle investigation, they would be charged with violating the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act. He said the law presumes that properties are illegally acquired if their owners are unable to prove they have enough legal sources of income to buy them. She said Roxas first thought of making police officers undergo lifestyle check after news of the Sept. 1 kidnap-robbery incident on Edsa in Mandaluyong City came out. The daring heist, caught on cellphone photo, would turn out to be perpetrated by several police officers assigned at the La Loma station in Quezon City. Asked whether the BIR is conducting a lifestyle probe on Vice President Jejomar Binay and his family, Henares said: “I am not saying there is or there is none. We do what we have to do, and if there is a result, we file the appropriate case.” Wife, kids included Deputy ombudsman for military and other law enforcement offices (MOLEO) Cyril Ramos said the sources of income of Purisima’s wife Ma. Ramona Lydia Purisima and their children would also be examined. “As part of the lifestyle check, we will make use of the SALN (statements of assets, liabilities and net worth) of General Purisima. We will look into the SALN to determine if there are properties or assets which have been acquired illegally or illegal wealth as the case may be,” Ramos said told reporters after the Senate hearing on the Ombudsman’s P543-million budget for 2015. Based on his 2013 SALN, Purisima’s total assets reached P17.264 million while his liabilities reached P10.7 million, placing his net worth at P 6.563 million. – With Aurea Calica, Jess Diaz, Christina Mendeztype buong pangungusap sa iyong langage

Last Update: 2014-10-08
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The transitional hydrosphere The nature of the rock record from the time of the first sedimentary rocks (approximately 3.8 billion years ago) to about one to two billion years ago suggests that the amount of oxygen in the Earth’s atmosphere was significantly lower than it is today and that there were continuous chemical trends in the sedimentary rocks formed and, more subtly, in the composition of the hydrosphere. The chemistry of rocks shifted dramatically during this transitional period. The source rocks of sediments during this time may have been more basaltic than subsequent ones. Sedimentary debris was formed by the alteration of such source rocks in an oxygen-deficient atmosphere and accumulated primarily under anaerobic marine conditions.

The transitional hydrosphere The nature of the rock record from the time of the first sedimentary rocks (approximately 3.8 billion years ago) to about one to two billion years ago suggests that the amount of oxygen in the Earth’s atmosphere was significantly lower than it is today and that there were continuous chemical trends in the sedimentary rocks formed and, more subtly, in the composition of the hydrosphere. The chemistry of rocks shifted dramatically during this transitional period. The source rocks of sediments during this time may have been more basaltic than subsequent ones. Sedimentary debris was formed by the alteration of such source rocks in an oxygen-deficient atmosphere and accumulated primarily under anaerobic marine conditions.

Last Update: 2014-09-23
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now the trumpet summons us again-not as a call to bear arms,though arms we need not as a call to battle, though embattled we are - but a call to bear the burden of a long twiglight struggle ,year in and year out "rejoicing in hope,patient in tribulation"-a struggle against the common of man : tranny,poverty,desease and war itself

asdasd

Last Update: 2014-09-10
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Siya yung 2nd Big winner sa PBB. now u know

maris racal

Last Update: 2014-08-25
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Now to the one half of the tribe of Manasseh Moses had given possession in Bashan: but unto the other half thereof gave Joshua among their brethren on this side Jordan westward. And when Joshua sent them away also unto their tents, then he blessed them,
Joshua 22.7

Ibinigay nga ni Moises sa kalahating lipi ni Manases ang mana sa Basan: nguni't ang kalahating lipi ay binigyan ni Josue sa gitna ng kanilang mga kapatid sa dako rito ng Jordan na dakong kalunuran. Bukod dito'y nang papagpaalamin sila ni Josue na pauwiin sa kanilang mga tolda, ay binasbasan sila,
Joshua 22.7

Last Update: 2014-08-15
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pumarada <--- ( that's parking) paradahan <--- Now this is parking lot)

pumarada <--- ( that's parking) paradahan <--- Now this is parking lot)

Last Update: 2014-04-11
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I'll sleep now

matutulog na ako ah

Last Update: 2014-03-09
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