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milk thistle picture

milk thistle

Last Update: 2014-10-05
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what is viant?

viant?

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Pangasinan is the begest milk fish festival

Ibagak ed sikato ya agala man

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what the fuck

other calls in friend

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Milk

gatas

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What did you do

Charter

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what meaning of social situations

what meaning of Social Situations

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what youre just kidding right

1,i am a jerk 3,just kidding

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What are you on? Many of you do?

What are you on? Many of you do?

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What are you on? Many of you do?

Visayans

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Hey! EveryBody seems to be staring at me.. You! You! All of you! How dare you to stare at me? Why? Is it because I’m a bad girl? A bad girl I am, A good for nothing teen ager, a problem child? That’s what you call me! I smoke. I drink. I gamble at my young tender age. I lie. I cheat, and I could even kill, if I have too. Yes, I’m a bad girl, but where are my parents? You! You! You are my good parents? My good elder brother & sister in this society were I live? Look…look at me…What have you done to me? You have pampered and spoiled me, neglected me when I needed you most! In trusted me to a yaya, whose intelligent was much lower than mine! While you go about your parties, your meetings and gambling sessions… Thus… I drifted away from you! Longing for a fathers love, yearning for a mothers care! As I grow up, everything change! You too have change! You spent more time in your pokers, mahjong tables, bars and night clubs. You even landed on the headline of the news paper as crook, peddlers and racketeers. Now, you call my name; accuse me in everything I do to myself? Tell me! How good you are? If you really wish to ensure my future Then hurry….hurry back home! Where I await you, because I need you… Protect me from all evil influences that will threaten at my very own understanding… But if I am bad, really bad…then, you’ve got to help me! Help me! Oh please…Help me!

correct gBased on the Good review. popularity of this movie alone, it seems that a lot of people nowadays can't even distinguish a good movie from a bad one. This isn't really a horrible movie at all (it's a fun movie for kids and teenagers), but for an adult to raise much fuss over this--he has to be a film novice or amateur. This film has lots of failings--from bad acting (the portrayal of a mentally-handicapped character isn't good) to implausibility of plot (a six-year-old girl is sneaked into a prison cell?--what kind of modern prison security is that?) . And worst of all, the screenplay which just happily wallows in bathos (there's lots of crying jag in here). The negative reactions to this review (which is generally nice to the movie after all) shows the decline in taste of moviegoers of to dayrammar on translations

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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

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

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Eight Elements of Good Governance Good governance has 8 major characteristics. It is participatory, consensus oriented, accountable, transparent, responsive, effective and efficient, equitable and inclusive, and follows the rule of law. Good governance is responsive to the present and future needs of the organization, exercises prudence in policy-setting and decision-making, and that the best interests of all stakeholders are taken into account. 1. Rule of Law Good governance requires fair legal frameworks that are enforced by an impartial regulatory body, for the full protection of stakeholders. 2. Transparency Transparency means that information should be provided in easily understandable forms and media; that it should be freely available and directly accessible to those who will be affected by governance policies and practices, as well as the outcomes resulting therefrom; and that any decisions taken and their enforcement are in compliance with established rules and regulations. 3. Responsiveness Good governance requires that organizations and their processes are designed to serve the best interests of stakeholders within a reasonable timeframe. 4. Consensus Oriented Good governance requires consultation to understand the different interests of stakeholders in order to reach a broad consensus of what is in the best interest of the entire stakeholder group and how this can be achieved in a sustainable and prudent manner. 5. Equity and Inclusiveness The organization that provides the opportunity for its stakeholders to maintain, enhance, or generally improve their well-being provides the most compelling message regarding its reason for existence and value to society. 6. Effectiveness and Efficiency Good governance means that the processes implemented by the organization to produce favorable results meet the needs of its stakeholders, while making the best use of resources – human, technological, financial, natural and environmental – at its disposal. 7. Accountability Accountability is a key tenet of good governance. Who is accountable for what should be documented in policy statements. In general, an organization is accountable to those who will be affected by its decisions or actions as well as the applicable rules of law. 8. Participation Participation by both men and women, either directly or through legitimate representatives, is a key cornerstone of good governance. Participation needs to be informed and organized, including freedom of expression and assiduous concern for the best interests of the organization and society in general. Towards Improved Governance: Good governance is an ideal which is difficult to achieve in its totality. Governance typically involves well-intentioned people who bring their ideas, experiences, preferences and other human strengths and shortcomings to the policy-making table. Good governance is achieved through an on-going discourse that attempts to capture all of the considerations involved in assuring that stakeholder interests are addressed and reflected in policy initiatives.

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