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why

Last Update: 2014-07-16
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I spit on your grave

i spit on your grave

Last Update: 2014-06-12
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Po-on Isang Nobela

Po-on

Last Update: 2014-05-01
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anong ibig sabihin Ng shame on you

anong ibig sabihin ng intuition

Last Update: 2014-07-18
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Sinusubukan lang kita kung alam mo talaga ang mali at tama ang grammar .edi feelling mo matalino ka na niyan?

correct grammar on translations

Last Update: 2014-07-15
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Sinusubukan lang kita kung alam mo talaga ang maling grammar at hinde .edi feelling mo matalino ka na niyan?

correct grammar on translations

Last Update: 2014-07-15
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Stupid liquids that comes out on my eyes :((

Stupid liquids that comes out on my eyes: ((

Last Update: 2014-07-05
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Saab man gay on

Wet are you

Last Update: 2014-04-20
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thoughts about the book the little girl finished her project on time .

thoughts about the book the little girl finished her project on time .

Last Update: 2014-07-13
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In the beginning there was nothing and there was everything. The world is made of mists, formless and shapeless things, and confusions everywhere. From this confusion there grows two Gods, Tunkong Langit and Alunsina. These two Gods marry and lived in the highest realm of infernal space. Tungkung Langit took the responsibility of writing everything in the world, his job is to restore order, chaos and the confusion around him, so everyday he left to do his job, and leave Alunsina in their home. While Tungkung Langit is responsible, Alunsina is lazy, jealous, and selfish. She likes to daydream or comb her hair all day long. And because she was a jealous goddess, Alunsina always sends the sea breeze to spy on Tungkung Langit. When the god found this out, he was not pleased. There was a quarrel, the Tungkung Langit says that it is ungodly on her to be jealous. Alunsina resented it. Tungkung Langit lost his temper; he divested his wife of her powers and sends her away. No one knew where she went, she just disappeared. Several days after, Tungkung Langit became very lonely. But he doesn't know where to find her or where to start looking for her. He missed Alunsina terribly, especially whenever he comes home after his work and finds his house empty. Obne day, he thought of an idea, he made the sea, the earth, and filled the ground with trees and flowers. He made the earth and sea beautiful, so that when Alunsina would see it, she would come home. But she didn't. So he took Alunsina's jewels and put it in the sky, and still Alunsina did not came back. Up to this time, Tungkung Langit still lives alone in his palace in the sky. When it rains, it is said to be Tungkung Langit"s tears, still longing for the return of his beloved Alunsina.

In the beginning there was nothing and there was everything. The world is made of mists, formless and shapeless things, and confusions everywhere. From this confusion there grows two Gods, Tunkong Langit and Alunsina. These two Gods marry and lived in the highest realm of infernal space. Tungkung Langit took the responsibility of writing everything in the world, his job is to restore order, chaos and the confusion around him, so everyday he left to do his job, and leave Alunsina in their home. While Tungkung Langit is responsible, Alunsina is lazy, jealous, and selfish. She likes to daydream or comb her hair all day long. And because she was a jealous goddess, Alunsina always sends the sea breeze to spy on Tungkung Langit. When the god found this out, he was not pleased. There was a quarrel, the Tungkung Langit says that it is ungodly on her to be jealous. Alunsina resented it. Tungkung Langit lost his temper; he divested his wife of her powers and sends her away. No one knew where she went, she just disappeared. Several days after, Tungkung Langit became very lonely. But he doesn't know where to find her or where to start looking for her. He missed Alunsina terribly, especially whenever he comes home after his work and finds his house empty. Obne day, he thought of an idea, he made the sea, the earth, and filled the ground with trees and flowers. He made the earth and sea beautiful, so that when Alunsina would see it, she would come home. But she didn't. So he took Alunsina's jewels and put it in the sky, and still Alunsina did not came back. Up to this time, Tungkung Langit still lives alone in his palace in the sky. When it rains, it is said to be Tungkung Langit"s tears, still longing for the return of his beloved Alunsina.

Last Update: 2014-07-14
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correcttuwing gabi lagi siyang nanaginip tungkol sa pagkawala ng kanyang pinakamamahal na wife. nakatira siya sa kingdom galaxy dahil isa siyang prinsepe. habang hindi alam ni yunhai a masiapag na nakatira si honey sa princess galaxy. ang princess galaxy ay isang galaxy na lahat ng mga goddess ay doon nakatira pero may 2 din na prinsepe. nakatira din don ang mga matalik na kaaibigan ni honey na sina jelo a gwapo,johanna a marikit,lucy a masaya at ryan a mabait. si ryan na kaibigan ni honey na matagal ng may crush sa kanya. pero pinakasalan niya ay si yunhai. may kasunduan sina yunhai at ryan na kapag pinaiyak niya si honey,hindi na niya pababalikin si honey sa piling niya. makalipas ang 6 months naging sobrang lapit ni honey at ryan sa isa't isa. muling sinabi ni ryan na kung pwede niya muling ligawan. hindi agad makasagot si honey kasi mahal parin niya ang kanyang asawa. ryan said pero pinaalis ka na ni yunhai sa kingdom galaxy. honey replied susubukan kong kalimutan si yunhai at mahalin ka. sa kingdom galaxy naman humingi ng na ng tulong si yun hai sa mga kapitid niya na si dino at joaquin a masipag. aking mga kapatid pls help me find my wife. dino ask"what happened?" sumunod na sinabi ni joaquin na gagawin namin ang aming makakaya para maibalik ang iyong asawa. tumungu na sa paghahanap ang magkapatid nasi dino at joaquin habang nakahiwalay si yunhai. kung saan saan na sila napadpad. pumunta sila sa busy galaxy,happy galaxy,sweet galaxy at iba pa. grammar on translations

what motivates me is god

Last Update: 2014-07-13
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WikaA proverb (from Latin: proverbium) is a simple and concrete saying, popularly known and repeated, that expresses a truth based on common sense or the practical experience of humanity. They are often metaphorical. A proverb that describes a basic rule of conduct may also be known as a maxim. Proverbs are often borrowed from similar languages and cultures, and sometimes come down to the present through more than one language. Both the Bible (including, but not limited to the Book of Proverbs) and medieval Latin (aided by the work of Erasmus) have played a considerable role in distributing proverbs across Europe. Mieder has concluded that cultures that treat the Bible as their "major spiritual book contain between three hundred and five hundred proverbs that stem from the Bible."[1] However, almost every culture has examples of its own unique proverbs

kia hal hayLanguage

Last Update: 2014-07-12
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PHILIPPINE MAGNA CARTA OF WOMEN: THE “BILL OF RIGHTS” OF FILIPINO WOMEN Presented by: TERESITA SYLVIA M. SALUD Deputy Executive Director Philippine Commission on Women Head, G AD Focal Point Department of Budget and Management Philippines PEACEFUL DYNAMICS OF CHANGE The Philippines may have lost, as observed by experts, much of its Asian cultural identity to Western socio - cultural, religious, and political influences, but gained, as also observed and demonstrated, responsive political lead ership and stable political institutions and apparently lesser cultural rigidity and non - violent interplay of individual and group stakeholders for a cause. These have combined to both enshrine and institutionalize gender equality and women's empowerment particularly with the enactment of Republic Act No. 9710, or the Magna Carta of Women on 14 August 2009. THE MAGNA CARTA OF WOMEN The signing into law of Republic Act 9710 or the Magna Carta of Women by Philippine President Gloria Macapaga l Arroyo, the s econd woma n President o f the Philippines, the first being the well - loved “icon of democracy” and late President Cory Aquino , caps the eighth (8) year of the continuing quest for gender equality and women's empowerment since the filing of the bill in the bi cameral Philippine Legislature and seventy (70) years since the suffrage movement in the 1920s which secured women's right to vote in the Philippines since 1937. It may have been a long and challenging quest for gender equality and women's empowerment. Bu t it clearly demonstrates the effective dynamics of a responsive Philippine leadership and forceful but peaceful influence of individual and group stakeholders in Philippine Government decision - making. It was indeed a historical and momentous victory for both the leadership and various stakeholders. It was also a decisive victory for Filipino women, who like many other women elsewhere around the world, have been marginalized in different degrees of gravity, in terms of gender equality and empowerment. Fit tingly signed into law, the Magna Carta of Women highlights the Philippine Government's fifteen (15) years of dedicated implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action and translates into a national law the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of D iscrimination Against Women (CEDAW) adopted in 1979 by the United Nations General Assembly. The Magna Carta of Women is the Philippine “Bill of Rights” for Filipino Women as CEDAW is the “international women's bill of rights.” As one Philippine Senate lad y senator aptly said, the Magna Carta of Women is a comprehensive law that guarantees and recognizes women's basic rights. R.A. 9710 seeks to eliminate discrimination against women by recognizing, protecting, fulfilling and promoting the rights of Filipin o women. These rights include all rights in the Philippine Constitution and those rights recognized under the international instruments signed and ratified by the Philippin e Government. Among these rights are: * Protection from all forms of violence, inc luding those committed by the State * Protection and security in times of disaster, calamities and other crisis situations * Participation and representation * Equal treatment before the law * Equal access and elimination of discrimination against women in education, scholarships and training * Equal participation in sports * Non - discrimination in employment in the field of military, police, and other similar services * Non - Discriminatory and non - derogatory portrayal of women in media and film * Compreh ensive health services and health information and education * Leave benefits * Equal rights in all matters related to marriage and family relations The Magna Carta of Women also guarantees the civil, political and economic rights of women in the marginali zed sectors The law also renames the National Commission on the Role of Filipino Women (NCRFW) as the Philippine Commission on Women (PCW) with stronger and wider authority and coverage . R.A. 9710 also mandates the Department of Labor and Employment, and the Department of Social Services and Development to help strengthen Philippine foreign posts' programs for the delivery of services to women migrant workers. FACILITATING/INSPIRING/ENABLING FACTORS 1. Responsiveness and political will of leaders partic ularly the President and those in Congress to changes and developments 2. Well - defined, stable and institutionalized decision - making processes and political leadership both local and national who are directly elected by the people. Even appointive officia ls are appointed by duly - elected leaders. 3. A basically Asian society and culture with strong influences from both East and West, and with openness and less rigidity to internal and external changes, ideas, trends and developments 4. Constitutionally - g uaranteed freedom of expression and communication making mass media, pressure and lobby groups very effective in shaping and mobilizing public opinion for or against causes like gender equality and women’s empowerment 5. Effective and strong support of th e donor community particularly in pushing for gender equality and women’s empowerment thru relevant projects and activities. OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES R .A. 9710 opens full opportunities for Filipino Women in practically all endeavors including politi cs, economic undertakings, education, health, various services, to name just a few. It also off ers meaningful opportunities for Filipino women to be effective and equal partners and participants in national development and socio - economic upliftment. The challenges include: * Stakeholders’ responsiveness in the full and effective implementation of R.A. 9710 * Sustaining the continuing quest for gender equality and women's empowerment * Translating into action and results the provisions of the Magna Carta of Women * Responsiveness and adaptivenss of national and international developments/changes * Providing guidance and inspiration for other women elsewhere around the world who might find the Philippine quest for gender equality and women's empowerment worthy as a model. Thank you and good day!

republic act 9710

Last Update: 2014-07-10
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The malong is a traditional "tube skirt" made of handwoven or machine-made multi-colored cotton cloth, bearing a variety of geometric or okir designs. The malong is akin to the sarong worn by peoples in Malaysia, Brunei and Indonesia. The malong is traditionally used as a garment by numerous tribes in the Southern Philippines and the Sulu Archipelago. Handwoven malongs are made by Maranao, Maguindanao, and T'boli weavers on a backstrap loom. The pattern or style of the malong may indicate the weaver's tribal origin, such as the Maranao malong landap. Very rare malong designs and styles can indicate the village in which the malong was made, for example, the extremely intricate malong rawatan made only by a handful of Maranao weavers in Lanao del Sur, Mindanao. Handwoven malongs, which are costly, are likely to be used only at social functions, to display the social and economic status of the wearer. While modern malongs are made of cotton and Lurex threads, some contemporary handwoven malongs are made of inexpensive rayon thread, to reduce the manufacturing cost to the weaver and ultimate cost to the consumer. There are many grades of cotton thread, and the cost of a malong can also be reduced by using the lesser grades of cotton thread, or by creating a loose or coarse weave.

malong

Last Update: 2014-07-08
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It's only when we truly know and understand that we have a limited time on earth - and that we have no way of knowing when our time is up, we will then begin to live each day to the fullest, as if it was the only one we had.

It's only when we truly know and understand that we have a limited time on earth - and that we have no way of knowing when our time is up, we will then begin to live each day to the fullest, as if it was the only one we had.

Last Update: 2014-06-13
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he Manila Ocean Park is an oceanarium in Manila, Philippines. It is owned by China Oceanis Philippines Inc., a subsidiary of China Oceanis Inc., a Singaporean-registered firm that has operated four oceanariums in China. It is located behind the Quirino Grandstand at Rizal Park. It opened on March 1, 2008.[1] In terms of floor space, the 8,000 square metres (86,000 sq ft) oceanarium is larger than the Sentosa Underwater World oceanarium in Singapore, and features a 25-metre (82 ft) underwater acrylic tunnel.

freedom constitution

Last Update: 2014-06-07
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hottest male on earth. OMFG!!!! Need Air! Can't Breathe! OMFG. Im fangirling again.

Andy Biersack

Last Update: 2014-04-08
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