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Gansa

Geese

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what is kapay in bicol in tagalaog?

what is fins in Bicol in tagalaog?

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Masipag mean what

Zeal

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What does it mean Usury

A premium or increase paid, or stipulated to be paid, for a loan, as of money; interest.

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Instrument

Tool

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Three siblings are now well settled with their respective families, in wid ely contrasting lifestyles. The one common thing that binds them loosely together is the love that their mother holds for all of them and her grandchildren, albeit expressed in varying ways and degrees, piste but always equally nurturing and self-giving. Much as they are held together by her, they are in turn separated by gi-atay physical distance and the sad legacy left behind by their deceased, erstwhile strong-willed, patriarchal father. Long suppressed pains and resentments unravel as the three siblings argue over the prospect of selling a vast track of land left behind by the patriarch. The process also brings to surface the hurts between parents and children, a likely spectacle of the "sins of the father visiting upon the children", threatening to spill over to the third generation. What stuff each one is made of faces its true test when the family matriarch, in an act richly resonant with ritual Christian self-offering, yields her whole being to the God of Providence and succumbs to a debilitating disease. Do her beloved children unite, or do the frayed relationships finally break up? The family saga is a stark and poignant dramatization of provincial values vs. urban survival instincts precariously held in the balance by the abiding love, hope, and faith against the gnawing disease of the spirit brought by cynicism, materialism, and an unforgiving heart.

Three siblings are now well settled with their respective families, in widely contrasting lifestyles. The one common thing that binds them loosely together is the love that their mother holds for all of them and her grandchildren, albeit expressed in varying ways and degrees, piste but always equally nurturing and self-giving. Much as they are held together by her, they are in turn separated by gi-atay physical distance and the sad legacy left behind by their deceased, erstwhile strong-willed, patriarchal father. Long suppressed pains and resentments unravel as the three siblings argue over the prospect of selling a vast track of land left behind by the patriarch. The process also brings to surface the hurts between parents and children, a likely spectacle of the "sins of the father visiting upon the children", threatening to spill over to the third generation. What stuff each one is made of faces its true test when the family matriarch, in an act richly resonant with ritual Christian self-offering, yields her whole being to the God of Providence and succumbs to a debilitating disease. Do her beloved children unite, or do the frayed relationships finally break up? The family saga is a stark and poignant dramatization of provincial values vs. urban survival instincts precariously held in the balance by the abiding love, hope, and faith against the gnawing disease of the spirit brought by cynicism, materialism, and an unforgiving heart.

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Now an old man, a lifelong fisherman sets out to sea to ply his trade as he has done all of his life. He's not had much good fortune of late and has gone almost three months without a major catch while others are catching one or even two large marlins every week. Many of the locals make fun of him and some say he's too old now to be fishing but he still loves what he does and is encouraged by a young boy who loves him and has faith in him. On this day he hooks the fish of a lifetime, a marlin that is larger than his skiff. As it slowly pulls him out to sea, the old man reminisces about his past, his successes and the high points of his life. When he does finally manage to land the fish he has to fight off sharks who are feeding on it as he tries to return to his Cuban village.

The old man and the sea

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The obvious advantages are the accessibility and instantaneous of information and availability for communication throughout the world. In addition, so many other conveniences are provided by computers with the various programs such as PowerPoint, office and accounting programs, etc. Indeed, anyone who has had to type on typewriters knows the advantages of putting one's term papers, etc. on a computer whose ease of corrections and advantage of saving the paper is invaluable. And, with Tax Day only briefly past, people have appreciated the ease of filing online. However, along with these advancements of science comes the dilemma expressed by Aldous Huxley as he examined what he called the "advancement of science as it affects human individuals." He also stated, "the really revolutionary revolution is to be achieved, not in the external world, but in the souls and flesh of human beings," For instance, with email replacing the hand-written letter, or even the telephone call, and with love affairs being conducted across the internet, there seems a dehumanizing of people. Also, with information so easily posted and available, there can be a loss of privacy and identity. In addition, with the plethora of information available there is both the dilemma of sorting what is accurate from what is not reliable as well as the propensity of people, especially those of the "computer age" to readily believe what they read on the internet without analysis or critical thought of any kind. This tendency no longer to think for oneself is what can effect the "revolutionary revolution" to which Huxley Computers today are becoming as important part of our lives as pen and paper were about fifty years ago. There can be no denying that this is because of many benefits we get from using computers. The many advantages of computers include: Computers have made lot of computational and clerical work easy. Computers have made many tasks of modern life like buying and banking more convenient. We can shop and bank from our homes any time of the day and night. Computers has given easy access to lot of useful information through the Internet. Computers have made it easy for us to communicate and keep in touch with others. Computers have made available to us many new form of entertainment like computer games. However use of computer has some disadvantages also. These include: In spite of continuously reducing prices, computers are still costly as compared to the pen and pencil they replaced. Use of computers require additional efforts in form of developing software and learning to use computers. Once an application on computer is developed and implemented, it becomes difficult to make even minor modification. Excessive use of computer for communication and keeping in touch with others threatens to reduce the intensity of personal bond that often develops between people. KompyuterComputer

Computer

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