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pinabayaan

manipulates

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english ng santol

English of santol

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In pectore

In pectore

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In pectore

Harry Styles

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pagsidlan in tagalog

Monologue

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bonding sex in bed

Bonding with parents

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magandang tanghali in bicol

Magandang gabi mahal ko

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english is the universal language Its easy to learn when one is interested

english is the universal language Its easy to learn when one is interested

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PEAPERO MAY OK PG IN PERSON =) PEACE PO

Before you would take for me

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co-operate, join in, join together

makipagisa

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"People who live in glass houses should not throw stones." Don't criticize other people if you're not perfect yourself.

filipino proverbs with English transtaions

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ang alamat ng dumaguete This is a legend of Dumaguete, the capital of the province of Negros Occidental. From this town can be seen five islands, viz., Negros, Cebu, Bohol, Mindanao, and Siquijor. There is no one on the great island of Negros who does not love the name of Catalina. Even the wild mountain men speak it with respect, and down in the coast towns at night, when the typhoon is lashing the waters of Tan Strait, and the rain and wind make the nipa leaves on the roofs dance and rattle, the older people gather their little black-eyed grandchildren around the shell of burning cocoanut oil and tell them her story. Many years ago there lived in Dumaguete a poor tuba seller named Banog, who made his daily rounds to the houses just as the milkman does in far-off America. But instead of a rattling wagon he had only a long bamboo from which he poured the drink, and in place of sweet milk he left the sap of the cocoanut tree. The bad custom of mixing tuud, a kind of red bark, with the sap, and thus making of it a strong liquor, had not yet been known, so Banog, though poor, was respected, and the people tried in every way to help him and his daughter Catalina. Catalina was a beautiful girl of sixteen and very good and industrious, but with many strange ways. She scarcely ever spoke a word and spent most of her time in looking out over the sea. Sometimes she would suddenly stand erect and, clasping her hands, would remain for a long time looking up at the sky as if she saw something that no one else could see. On account of these strange manners the people thought her a wonderful girl and she was supposed to have mysterious powers. One day many ships came up from the island of Mindanao and hundreds of fierce Moros landed. Shouting and waving their terrible knives, they fell upon the peaceful people and killed many, among them poor Banog. Then they robbed and burned the houses and, seizing all the women they could find, set sail for their great southern island. Among the prisoners was Catalina. With her eyes fixed on the sky she sat very quiet and still in the bow of one of the boats, and though her companions spoke often to her she made no reply. Suddenly she sprang into the water and a wonderful thing occurred, for, instead of sinking, she walked lightly over the waves toward the distant shore. The Moros were so astonished that they did not try to stop her and she reached the land safely. Many people who had hidden in the forests ran out to meet her but she spoke to no one. With her eyes still fixed above she walked through the burning town and along the road to Dalugdug, the Thunder mountain, that lies behind Dumaguete. On Dalugdug there lived a terrible Sigbin. Its body was like that of a monstrous crow, but just under its neck were two long legs like those of a grasshopper, which enabled it to leap great distances without using its wings. It ate any one who came near its home, so when the people saw Catalina start to climb the mountain they begged her to come back. She paid no heed to their cries, however, but went up higher and higher, till her white dress seemed merely a speck on the mountain side. All at once she seemed to stop and raise her hands. Then a fearful shriek was heard, and the fierce Sigbin came rushing down the mountain. It appeared to be greatly frightened, for it took tremendous leaps and screamed as if in terror. Over the heads of the people it jumped, and, reaching the shore, cleared the narrow channel and disappeared among the mountains of the island of Cebu. When the people saw that the Sigbin had gone they ran up the mountain and searched everywhere for Catalina, but they could find no trace of her. Sorrowfully they returned to their homes and busied themselves in building new houses and in making their town beautiful once more. Several years passed in peace and then again the Moro boats came up from Mindanao. The men hurriedly gathered on the beach to meet them, and the women and children hid in the cocoanut groves. This time the Moros had no quick and easy victory, for the Visayans, armed with bolos and remembering their lost wives and sisters, fought furiously, and for a time drove the enemy before them. But more Moro boats arrived and numbers told against the defenders. Slowly but surely they fell fighting until but a few remained. Suddenly a bridge of clouds unfolded from Dalugdug to the town, and across it came the lost Catalina holding a beehive in her hands. Then she spoke and thousands of bees flew from the hive to the ground. Again she spoke and waved her hand, and the bees changed into little black men with long sharp spears, who charged the Moros and killed every one of them. Then Catalina, the hive still in her hand, went back over the bridge and disappeared once more in the mountain. The people came out of their hiding places, crowding around the little black men and questioning them, but they received no answer. Instead the little warriors gathered together and ran into the forest and up the mountain side, where they were soon lost to view. Such is the story of Catalina, Since that time Dumaguete has been safe from the Moros. The Sigbin has never returned to Negros. It still lives in the mountains of Cebu and the people are so afraid of it that they lock themselves in their houses after dark and can hardly be induced to come out. Up in the mountains of Negros live the little black men. They are called Negritos and are very savage and wild. The savior of Dumaguete still lives in Dalugdug and is worshiped by the people. And in the town, now grown into a big busy city, the old people for years to come will tell their grandchildren the story of Catalina.

The legend of dumaguete

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ano aRainforests are forests characterized by high rainfall, with annual rainfall between 250 and 450 centimetres (98 and 177 in).[1] There are two types of rainforest: tropical rainforest and temperate rainforest. The monsoon trough, alternatively known as the intertropical convergence zone, plays a significant role in creating the climatic conditions necessary for the Earth's tropical rainforests. Around 40%[ERROR] to 75%[ERROR] of all biotic species are indigenous to the rainforests.[2] It has been estimated that there may be many millions of species of plants, insects and microorganisms still undiscovered in tropical rainforests. Tropical rainforests have been called the "jewels of the Earth" and the "world's largest pharmacy", because over one quarter of natural medicines have been discovered there.[3] Rainforests are also responsible for 28%[ERROR] of the world's oxygen turnover, sometimes misnamed oxygen production,[4] processing it through photosynthesis from carbon dioxide and consuming it through respiration. The undergrowth in some areas of a rainforest can be restricted by poor penetration of sunlight to ground level. If the leaf canopy is destroyed or thinned, the ground beneath is soon colonized by a dense, tangled growth of vines, shrubs and small trees, called a jungle[citation neededng rainforest

tubig alat

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Bayabas or guava is a fruit bearing shrub or small tree that grows in the tropical climate like Mexico, Peru and the Philippines. Bayabas is widely used in the Philippines as herbal medicine and is recognized by the Philippine Department of Health for its antiseptic property. Bayabas or guava fruit is known for being rich in vitamin C and vitamin A. Bayabas leaves and fruits contain eugenol, tannin, saponins, amydalin, phenolic acids, malic acid, ash, aldehydes, catequinic components and flavonoids

Bayabas or guava is a fruit bearing shrub or small tree that grows in the tropical climate like Mexico, Peru and the Philippines. Bayabas is widely used in the Philippines as herbal medicine and is recognized by the Philippine Department of Health for its antiseptic property. Bayabas or guava fruit is known for being rich in vitamin C and vitamin A. Bayabas leaves and fruits contain eugenol, tannin, saponins, amydalin, phenolic acids, malic acid, ash, aldehydes, catequinic components and flavonoids

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Aristotle (/ˈærɪˌstɒtəl/;[1] Greek: Ἀριστοτέλης [aristotélɛːs], Aristotélēs; 384–322 BCE)[2] was a Greek philosopher and scientist born in Stagirus, northern Greece, in 384 BCE. His father, Nicomachus, died when Aristotle was a child, whereafter Proxenus of Atarneus became his guardian.[3] At eighteen, he joined Plato's Academy in Athens and remained there until the age of thirty-seven (c. 347 BCE). His writings cover many subjects – including physics, biology, zoology, metaphysics, logic, ethics, aesthetics, poetry, theater, music, rhetoric, linguistics, politics and government – and constitute the first comprehensive system of Western philosophy. Shortly after Plato died, Aristotle left Athens and, at the request of Philip of Macedon, tutored Alexander the Great between 356 and 323 BCE. According to the Encyclopædia Britannica, "Aristotle was the first genuine scientist in history ... [and] every scientist is in his debt."[4]

aristotle

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1234 my Address bandung 3402346 July 4 .2009 Mr. Rajas Soandri Allamak Enterprise Sky searcher Building 32 Floor Jl. Salak pondoh kav. 64 Jakarta 11234 Dear Rajas Soandri , I am applying for the position of account Executive which was advertised in Daily News on July 3 , 2009 .The position offered seems to fit very well with my education ,experiences and career interest. Your company has an excellent reputation and comes highly recommended to me You require experiences in marketing .my background seems to match your requirements well. I am confident that I can perform the job effectively. My enclosed resume provides more details on my qualification. Would you please consider my request for a personal interview ? I will be ready at any of your convenience . Thank you for your consideration .Looking forward to talking with you Sincerely yours Reza Arteva

A sample letter applying as a teacher

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Aswang- Many thought it is(tik-tik) a witch but in the rice fields, there are birds sounds tik-tik-tik not only during the night but also during the day time.

Tiktik

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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

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noong ako'y sixteen years old pa lang sa subic ako nakatira at nagtatrabaho ako sa isang mini grocery bilang tindera at katulong sa bahay.,yung land lady ko kung saan ako nakatira,mabait sa akin kaya tinutulungan ko sya sa mga gawaing bahay kapag wala akong pasok o pag uwi ko galing sa trabaho. Pero isang araw sabi nya sa akin kung gusto ko mag trabaho sa bar sa bario bareto,kase sayang daw ako dahil ang ganda ko daw ay gusto ng mga foriegners at giginhawa daw ang buhay ko pag nagustuhan daw ako ng foriegner at magkakaroon daw ako ng maraming pera,paulit ulit nya akong tinatanong tungkol dito pero ayaw ko tagalang pumasok sa bar. Ang sabi ko sa kanya kahit wala akong magulang dito hindi ko sisirain ang buhay ko para lang magkapera. Sabi nya lumayas na lang daw ako sa bahay nya kung ayaw kong sumunod sa kanya,kaya nagdecide akong umalis doon at nag stay in na lang ako sa work ko.

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Education Tan Caktiong graduated from University of Sto. Tomas with a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering. He also has management tutoring certificates from the Asian Institute of Management, University of Michigan Business School, and Harvard University. He also received an Honorary Doctor of Humanities from St. Paul University, an Honorary Doctor of Science in Business Management from Far Eastern University(PSE: FEU), and an Honorary Doctor of Humanities from Southwestern University. Early beginnings Prior to founding Jollibee, Tan Caktiong and his brother Ernesto Tan Mantiong opened two franchises of Magnolia ice cream parlors. The Tan brothers were not new to the food business—their father Tan Eng Lan was a restaurant chef back in Davao. One of their branches was in Cubao while the other was in Quiapo. When customers began to ask for more than just ice cream, the brothers decided to add sandwich offerings. Eventually, they found out that more people were ordering their hamburgers more than the ice cream. It was then that they decided to focus their business on selling hamburgers instead. By 1978, Tan Caktiong already established a chain of hamburger outlets. While in search of a name and a mascot for his first store, Tan Caktiong came across his trove of Disney memories and found a character that somehow embodied his philosophy of “spreading happiness and being productive”—a bee. Tan Caktiong's hamburger store thus came to be known as “Jollibee.” When McDonald’s entered the Philippine market in 1982, Tan Caktiong refused to franchise the fast food giant and instead competed with it. Jollibee’s success was attributed to how they were able to customize its menu to suit the Filipino palate. In 1993, Tan Caktiong decided to go public with Jollibee and it became the first food service company to be listed in the Philippine Stock Exchange. Expansion Through the years, Tan Caktiong’s Jollibee Food Corporation (PSE: JFC) acquired other fast food chains. It bought Greenwich Pizza in 1994, Chowking from Robert Kwan in 2000, and Red Ribbon in 2005. At the end of 2009, there were 686 Jollibee stores, 431 Chowking stores, 231 Greenwhich stores, 15 Manong Pepe’s Karinderia, and 207 Red Ribbon branches. Jollibee is also present in Brunei Darussalam, China, Hong Kong (SAR of China), Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, the United States and Vietnam. The company aims to double the number of their restaurants to 4,000 outlets worldwide by year 2020. In a survey, the Jollibee group was the only Philippine company which made it to the top 20 of Asia's Best Employers list, ranking 16th. Through the Jollibee Foundation, the company gives back to the community through projects on education, leadership development, livelihood, environment, housing, and disaster relief.

Biography

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