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Bigote

Moustache

Last Update: 2013-07-20
Subject: Civil Engineering
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kamoteng baging english word and scientific name

sweetpotato English word and scientific name

Last Update: 2014-08-19
Subject: General
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in line with this

In line with this

Last Update: 2014-08-02
Subject: General
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in love sining

Art

Last Update: 2014-08-19
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proverbs in mandaya

The Canaanites play an important role in the story of the Israelites' conquest of their "Promised Land," especially in the Book of Joshua, but the ancient Jewish scriptures contain almost no substantive information about them. The Canaanites are the villains of the story because they are living on land promised to the Israelites by Yahweh. There aren't even two-dimensional. Nothing is conveyed about their language, culture, art, architecture, etc. Unfortunately, other sources don't help much more. Thus the identity of the ancient inhabitant of the land of Canaan is a matter of some dispute.

Last Update: 2014-08-19
Subject: General
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pepe in your face!

panget nyo mga pepe ba kayo?

Last Update: 2014-08-18
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hindi pa kasi ako marunong magsalita nang english kunti palang.

not because I learned to speak English old enough to live advance.

Last Update: 2014-08-17
Subject: General
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bigote ng pusa

cat whisker

Last Update: 2014-06-21
Subject: General
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bachelor of science in bussiness administaration

college of bsba

Last Update: 2014-08-18
Subject: General
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co-operate, join in, join together

makipagisa

Last Update: 2014-07-23
Subject: General
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ayau mo in kahui pila'a ha kawa'an mo bunga

Pangalan Zell kapag ng away sayo ako bahala.Nasa likod mo lang ako palagi.

Last Update: 2014-08-10
Subject: General
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memoryLung cancer is the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells that start off in one or both

memoryLung cancer is the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells that start off in one or both lungs; usually in the cells that line the air passages. The abnormal cells do not develop into healthy lung tissue, they divide rapidly and form tumors.

Last Update: 2014-08-08
Subject: General
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Be a person of class .. - a great preacher in our community said ..

Be a person of class .. - a great preacher in our community said

Last Update: 2014-08-20
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Korean National Costume, Hanbok Korea's traditional clothing is called hanbok. Hanbok consists of a top and bottom. Men wear a jacket and pants. The jacket is called jeogori and the pants are called baji. The women wear a jacket and a skirt. The skirt is calledchima. The chima is a full wrap-around skirt that is very comfortable. It comes up as high as the armpits. Both men and women wear an overcoat called durumagi when they go out. The jacket, chima and baji do not have buttons. Instead, the hanbok uses ties that are made into knots. The hanbok is easy to put on and take off. The beauty of the traditional Korean costume lies in the soft curves, natural colors and simple design. The women's skirt, in particular, is elegantly long and billowing in a shape that reminds one of a full bodied and elegantly simple pottery jar, while the jacket is relatively short and tight to the upper body. Today, there are two types of hanbok: One is traditional hanbok worn on special occasions such as traditional holidays or weddings, and the other is modernized hanbok tailored to suit contemporary lifestyle and living environments.

what what are you doing in english

Last Update: 2014-08-14
Subject: General
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CHOKING. Choking can happen when a piece of food or foreign object blocks the windpipe And the find it difficult to breath. If the obstruction is only partial, the victim can usually breath In enough air to cough and dislodge the object. Immideate action needed when airway totally Blocked WHAT SHOULD BE DONE : 1. Open the victim’s mouth and sweep a hook finger deep inside in order To remove the obstruction 2. Slap the victims hard between the shoulder blades four times with With the heel of your hand, if nothing is found. 3. If victim is a small child, raise your leg and hold him face down over Your thigh, with his head lower than his chest while slapping 4. If the victim is bigger child or an adult, hold his head lower than his chest. 5. If you fail to remove the obstruction, perform the Heimlich maneuver until such time that the object is removed. 6. If this fail do the mouth to mouth resuscitation. HEIMLICH MANEUVER What Should Be Donne: 1. Let the person stand and support him from behind. Clench a fist and put it right under the breastbone, with the angle of the Thumb against abdomen 2. Grasp the first firmly with the other hand 3. If the blockade remains, do the Heimlich Maneuver up to five times more, or as often as necessary. DROWNING . This is an accident in which anybody can be a victim especially those who Don’t know how to swim. If you have seen someone drowning, bear this in mind. 1. Immediate pull the victim out of the water. 2. If the victim is still coughing, it means that he is still breathing 3. Immediately put him in a recovery position. So that the water From his lungs and airways will be drained. 4. Immediately conduct mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. If he not breathing. If there is no pulse, do cardiopulmonary resuscitation CHOKING. Choking can happen when a piece of food or foreign object blocks the windpipe And the find it difficult to breath. If the obstruction is only partial, the victim can usually breath In enough air to cough and dislodge the object. Immideate action needed when airway totally Blocked WHAT SHOULD BE DONE : 1. Open the victim’s mouth and sweep a hook finger deep inside in order To remove the obstruction 2. Slap the victims hard between the shoulder blades four times with With the heel of your hand, if nothing is found. 3. If victim is a small child, raise your leg and hold him face down over Your thigh, with his head lower than his chest while slapping 4. If the victim is bigger child or an adult, hold his head lower than his chest. 5. If you fail to remove the obstruction, perform the Heimlich maneuver until such time that the object is removed. 6. If this fail do the mouth to mouth resuscitation. HEIMLICH MANEUVER What Should Be Donne: 1. Let the person stand and support him from behind. Clench a fist and put it right under the breastbone, with the angle of the Thumb against abdomen 2. Grasp the first firmly with the other hand 3. If the blockade remains, do the Heimlich Maneuver up to five times more, or as often as necessary. DROWNING . This is an accident in which anybody can be a victim especially those who Don’t know how to swim. If you have seen someone drowning, bear this in mind. 1. Immediate pull the victim out of the water. 2. If the victim is still coughing, it means that he is still breathing 3. Immediately put him in a recovery position. So that the water From his lungs and airways will be drained. 4. Immediately conduct mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. If he not breathing. If there is no pulse, do cardiopulmonary resuscitation CHOKING. Choking can happen when a piece of food or foreign object blocks the windpipe And the find it difficult to breath. If the obstruction is only partial, the victim can usually breath In enough air to cough and dislodge the object. Immideate action needed when airway totally Blocked WHAT SHOULD BE DONE : 1. Open the victim’s mouth and sweep a hook finger deep inside in order To remove the obstruction 2. Slap the victims hard between the shoulder blades four times with With the heel of your hand, if nothing is found. 3. If victim is a small child, raise your leg and hold him face down over Your thigh, with his head lower than his chest while slapping 4. If the victim is bigger child or an adult, hold his head lower than his chest. 5. If you fail to remove the obstruction, perform the Heimlich maneuver until such time that the object is removed. 6. If this fail do the mouth to mouth resuscitation. HEIMLICH MANEUVER What Should Be Donne: 1. Let the person stand and support him from behind. Clench a fist and put it right under the breastbone, with the angle of the Thumb against abdomen 2. Grasp the first firmly with the other hand 3. If the blockade remains, do the Heimlich Maneuver up to five times more, or as often as necessary. DROWNING . This is an accident in which anybody can be a victim especially those who Don’t know how to swim. If you have seen someone drowning, bear this in mind. 1. Immediate pull the victim out of the water. 2. If the victim is still coughing, it means that he is still breathing 3. Immediately put him in a recovery position. So that the water From his lungs and airways will be drained. 4. Immediately conduct mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. If he not breathing. If there is no pulse, do cardiopulmonary resuscitation CHOKING. Choking can happen when a piece of food or foreign object blocks the windpipe And the find it difficult to breath. If the obstruction is only partial, the victim can usually breath In enough air to cough and dislodge the object. Immideate action needed when airway totally Blocked WHAT SHOULD BE DONE : 1. Open the victim’s mouth and sweep a hook finger deep inside in order To remove the obstruction 2. Slap the victims hard between the shoulder blades four times with With the heel of your hand, if nothing is found. 3. If victim is a small child, raise your leg and hold him face down over Your thigh, with his head lower than his chest while slapping 4. If the victim is bigger child or an adult, hold his head lower than his chest. 5. If you fail to remove the obstruction, perform the Heimlich maneuver until such time that the object is removed. 6. If this fail do the mouth to mouth resuscitation. HEIMLICH MANEUVER What Should Be Donne: 1. Let the person stand and support him from behind. Clench a fist and put it right under the breastbone, with the angle of the Thumb against abdomen 2. Grasp the first firmly with the other hand 3. If the blockade remains, do the Heimlich Maneuver up to five times more, or as often as necessary. DROWNING . This is an accident in which anybody can be a victim especially those who Don’t know how to swim. If you have seen someone drowning, bear this in mind. 1. Immediate pull the victim out of the water. 2. If the victim is still coughing, it means that he is still breathing 3. Immediately put him in a recovery position. So that the water From his lungs and airways will be drained. 4. Immediately conduct mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. If he not breathing. If there is no pulse, do cardiopulmonary resuscitation type full sentencCHOKING. Choking can happen when a piece of food or foreign object blocks the windpipe And the find it difficult to breath. If the obstruction is only partial, the victim can usually breath In enough air to cough and dislodge the object. Immideate action needed when airway totally Blocked WHAT SHOULD BE DONE : 1. Open the victim’s mouth and sweep a hook finger deep inside in order To remove the obstruction 2. Slap the victims hard between the shoulder blades four times with With the heel of your hand, if nothing is found. 3. If victim is a small child, raise your leg and hold him face down over Your thigh, with his head lower than his chest while slapping 4. If the victim is bigger child or an adult, hold his head lower than his chest. 5. If you fail to remove the obstruction, perform the Heimlich maneuver until such time that the object is removed. 6. If this fail do the mouth to mouth resuscitation. HEIMLICH MANEUVER What Should Be Donne: 1. Let the person stand and support him from behind. Clench a fist and put it right under the breastbone, with the angle of the Thumb against abdomen 2. Grasp the first firmly with the other hand 3. If the blockade remains, do the Heimlich Maneuver up to five times more, or as often as necessary. DROWNING . This is an accident in which anybody can be a victim especially those who Don’t know how to swim. If you have seen someone drowning, bear this in mind. 1. Immediate pull the victim out of the water. 2. If the victim is still coughing, it means that he is still breathing 3. Immediately put him in a recovery position. So that the water From his lungs and airways will be drained. 4. Immediately conduct mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. If he not breathing. If there is no pulse, do cardiopulmonary resuscitation e in your langageCHOKING. Choking can happen when a piece of food or foreign object blocks the windpipe And the find it difficult to breath. If the obstruction is only partial, the victim can usually breath In enough air to cough and dislodge the object. Immideate action needed when airway totally Blocked WHAT SHOULD BE DONE : 1. Open the victim’s mouth and sweep a hook finger deep inside in order To remove the obstruction 2. Slap the victims hard between the shoulder blades four times with With the heel of your hand, if nothing is found. 3. If victim is a small child, raise your leg and hold him face down over Your thigh, with his head lower than his chest while slapping 4. If the victim is bigger child or an adult, hold his head lower than his chest. 5. If you fail to remove the obstruction, perform the Heimlich maneuver until such time that the object is removed. 6. If this fail do the mouth to mouth resuscitation. HEIMLICH MANEUVER What Should Be Donne: 1. Let the person stand and support him from behind. Clench a fist and put it right under the breastbone, with the angle of the Thumb against abdomen 2. Grasp the first firmly with the other hand 3. If the blockade remains, do the Heimlich Maneuver up to five times more, or as often as necessary. DROWNING . This is an accident in which anybody can be a victim especially those who Don’t know how to swim. If you have seen someone drowning, bear this in mind. 1. Immediate pull the victim out of the water. 2. If the victim is still coughing, it means that he is still breathing 3. Immediately put him in a recovery position. So that the water From his lungs and airways will be drained. 4. Immediately conduct mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. If he not breathing. If there is no pulse, do cardiopulmonary resuscitation

type full sentencCHOKING. Choking can happen when a piece of food or foreign object blocks the windpipe And the find it difficult to breath. If the obstruction is only partial, the victim can usually breath In enough air to cough and dislodge the object. Immideate action needed when airway totally Blocked WHAT SHOULD BE DONE : 1. Open the victim’s mouth and sweep a hook finger deep inside in order To remove the obstruction 2. Slap the victims hard between the shoulder blades four times with With the heel of your hand, if nothing is found. 3. If victim is a small child, raise your leg and hold him face down over Your thigh, with his head lower than his chest while slapping 4. If the victim is bigger child or an adult, hold his head lower than his chest. 5. If you fail to remove the obstruction, perform the Heimlich maneuver until such time that the object is removed. 6. If this fail do the mouth to mouth resuscitation. HEIMLICH MANEUVER What Should Be Donne: 1. Let the person stand and support him from behind. Clench a fist and put it right under the breastbone, with the angle of the Thumb against abdomen 2. Grasp the first firmly with the other hand 3. If the blockade remains, do the Heimlich Maneuver up to five times more, or as often as necessary. DROWNING . This is an accident in which anybody can be a victim especially those who Don’t know how to swim. If you have seen someone drowning, bear this in mind. 1. Immediate pull the victim out of the water. 2. If the victim is still coughing, it means that he is still breathing 3. Immediately put him in a recovery position. So that the water From his lungs and airways will be drained. 4. Immediately conduct mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. If he not breathing. If there is no pulse, do cardiopulmonary resuscitation e in your langageCHOKING. Choking can happen when a piece of food or foreign object blocks the windpipe And the find it difficult to breath. If the obstruction is only partial, the victim can usually breath In enough air to cough and dislodge the object. Immideate action needed when airway totally Blocked WHAT SHOULD BE DONE : 1. Open the victim’s mouth and sweep a hook finger deep inside in order To remove the obstruction 2. Slap the victims hard between the shoulder blades four times with With the heel of your hand, if nothing is found. 3. If victim is a small child, raise your leg and hold him face down over Your thigh, with his head lower than his chest while slapping 4. If the victim is bigger child or an adult, hold his head lower than his chest. 5. If you fail to remove the obstruction, perform the Heimlich maneuver until such time that the object is removed. 6. If this fail do the mouth to mouth resuscitation. HEIMLICH MANEUVER What Should Be Donne: 1. Let the person stand and support him from behind. Clench a fist and put it right under the breastbone, with the angle of the Thumb against abdomen 2. Grasp the first firmly with the other hand 3. If the blockade remains, do the Heimlich Maneuver up to five times more, or as often as necessary. DROWNING . This is an accident in which anybody can be a victim especially those who Don’t know how to swim. If you have seen someone drowning, bear this in mind. 1. Immediate pull the victim out of the water. 2. If the victim is still coughing, it means that he is still breathing 3. Immediately put him in a recovery position. So that the water From his lungs and airways will be drained. 4. Immediately conduct mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. If he not breathing. If there is no pulse, do cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Last Update: 2014-08-09
Subject: General
Usage Frequency: 1
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Knives can cut you, whether they’re super sharp or very dull. Very sharp knives can easily cut skin, and dull knives can slip, putting you at risk for losing control and getting cut. You can prevent kitchen cuts in several ways:

Ligtas

Last Update: 2014-06-09
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first i spended my vacation in my grandmother she was die after my birthday therfor i did'tn celebrate my birthday also my Aunt,Uncle & Cousins birthday Updating...

first i spended my vacation in my grandmother she was die after my birthday therfor i did'tn celebrate my birthday also my Aunt,Uncle & Cousins birthday

Last Update: 2014-06-01
Subject: General
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