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may place to visit

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mga lugar na napuntahan ko

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to visit the mourning

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pagbisita sa lamay

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measures put in place to minimize the results from a disaster

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a great place to work. a great place to receive care.

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slogan about hospital

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Tagalo

ilokano to tagalog google translatesometimes you just need a break in a beautiful place to figure everything out

Inglês

sometimes you just need a break in a beautiful place to figure everything out

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letz play a game , if money were no problem , what place would you like to visit and what do you most want to do there ? mine is , i would live to go to scotland nd play golf

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you will always pray when you drive

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folk catholicism can be broadly described as any of various ethnic expressions of catholicism as practiced in catholic communities. practices identified by outside observers as folk catholicism vary from place to place, and may sometimes contradict the official teachings and practices of the roman catholic church

Inglês

folk catholicism can be broadly described as any of various ethnic expressions of catholicism as practiced in catholic communities. practices identified by outside observers as folk catholicism vary from place to place, and may sometimes contradict the official teachings and practices of the roman catholic church

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to establish effective mechanisms for strong collaboration with national and local government health agencies to ensure proper procedures are in place to promptly respond to reports of notifiable diseases and health events of public health concern, including case investigations, treatment, and control and containment, including follow up activities

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to establish effective mechanisms for strong collaboration with national and local government health agencies to ensure proper procedures are in place to promptly respond to reports of notifiable diseases and health events of public health concern, including case investigations, treatment, and control and containment, including follow up activities

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many artists lived in the greenwich village area of new york. two young women named sue and johnsy shared a studio apartment at the top of a three-story building. johnsy's real name was joanna. in november, a cold, unseen stranger came to visit the city. this disease, pneumonia, killed many people. johnsy lay on her bed, hardly moving. she looked through the small window. she could see the side of the brick house next to her building. one morning, a doctor examined johnsy and took her temperature. then he spoke with sue in another room. "she has one chance in -- let us say ten," he said. "and that chance is for her to want to live. your friend has made up her mind that she is not going to get well. has she anything on her mind?" "she -- she wanted to paint the bay of naples in italy some day," said sue. "paint?" said the doctor. "bosh! has she anything on her mind worth thinking twice -- a man for example?" "a man?" said sue. "is a man worth -- but, no, doctor; there is nothing of the kind." "i will do all that science can do," said the doctor. "but whenever my patient begins to count the carriages at her funeral, i take away fifty percent from the curative power of medicines." after the doctor had gone, sue went into the workroom and cried. then she went to johnsy's room with her drawing board, whistling ragtime. johnsy lay with her face toward the window. sue stopped whistling, thinking she was asleep. she began making a pen and ink drawing for a story in a magazine. young artists must work their way to "art" by making pictures for magazine stories. sue heard a low sound, several times repeated. she went quickly to the bedside. johnsy's eyes were open wide. she was looking out the window and counting -- counting backward. "twelve," she said, and a little later "eleven"; and then "ten" and "nine;" and then "eight" and "seven," almost together. sue looked out the window. what was there to count? there was only an empty yard and the blank side of the house seven meters away. an old ivy vine, going bad at the roots, climbed half way up the wall. the cold breath of autumn had stricken leaves from the plant until its branches, almost bare, hung on the bricks. "what is it, dear?" asked sue. "six," said johnsy, quietly. "they're falling faster now. three days ago there were almost a hundred. it made my head hurt to count them. but now it's easy. there goes another one. there are only five left now." "five what, dear?" asked sue. "leaves. on the plant. when the last one falls i must go, too. i've known that for three days. didn't the doctor tell you?" "oh, i never heard of such a thing," said sue. "what have old ivy leaves to do with your getting well? and you used to love that vine. don't be silly. why, the doctor told me this morning that your chances for getting well real soon were -- let's see exactly what he said – he said the chances were ten to one! try to eat some soup now. and, let me go back to my drawing, so i can sell it to the magazine and buy food and wine for us." "you needn't get any more wine," said johnsy, keeping her eyes fixed out the window. "there goes another one. no, i don't want any soup. that leaves just four. i want to see the last one fall before it gets dark. then i'll go, too." "johnsy, dear," said sue, "will you promise me to keep your eyes closed, and not look out the window until i am done working? i must hand those drawings in by tomorrow." "tell me as soon as you have finished," said johnsy, closing her eyes and lying white and still as a fallen statue. "i want to see the last one fall. i'm tired of waiting. i'm tired of thinking. i want to turn loose my hold on everything, and go sailing down, down, just like one of those poor, tired leaves."

Inglês

"hilahin ang lilim; nais kong makita," utos niya, tahimik. sumunod si sue. matapos ang matinding pag-ulan at mabangis na hangin na humihip sa gabi, may nakatayo pa sa pader ng isang dahon ng ivy. ito ang huli sa puno ng ubas. madilim pa ang berde sa gitna. ngunit ang mga gilid nito ay may kulay na dilaw. matapang itong nakabitin mula sa sangay mga pitong metro sa itaas ng lupa. "ito na ang huli," sabi ni johnsy. "akala ko tiyak na mahuhulog ito sa gabi. narinig ko ang hangin. mahuhulog ito ngayon at mamamatay ako nang sabay." "mahal, mahal!" sabi ni sue, isinandal ang kanyang pagod na mukha patungo sa kama. "isipin mo ako, kung hindi mo iisipin ang iyong sarili. ano ang gagawin ko?" ngunit hindi sumagot si johnsy. kinaumagahan, nang magaan, hiniling ni johnsy na itaas ang window shade. nariyan pa rin ang dahon ng ivy. matagal nang nakahiga si johnsy, tinitingnan ito. at pagkatapos ay tumawag siya kay sue, na naghahanda ng sopas ng manok. "ako ay isang masamang babae," sabi ni johnsy. "may isang bagay na ginawa sa huling dahon na manatili roon upang ipakita sa akin kung gaano ako masama. mali ang nais na mamatay. maaaring dalhin mo ako ng kaunting sopas ngayon." isang oras mamaya sinabi niya: "balang araw inaasahan kong ipinta ang bay of naples." nang maglaon, dumating ang doktor, at si sue ay nakipag-usap sa kanya sa pasilyo. "kahit na ang mga pagkakataon," sabi ng doktor. "sa pamamagitan ng mabuting pag-aalaga, mananalo ka. at ngayon dapat akong makakita ng isa pang kaso na mayroon ako sa iyong gusali. behrman, ang kanyang pangalan ay - ilang uri ng isang artista, naniniwala ako. pneumonia, masyadong. siya ay isang luma, mahina na tao. at ang kanyang kaso ay malubha. walang pag-asa para sa kanya; ngunit pumupunta siya sa ospital ngayon upang luwag ang kanyang sakit. " kinabukasan, sinabi ng doktor kay sue: "nanganib siya. napanalunan mo. nutrisyon at pangangalaga ngayon - iyon lang." kalaunan nang araw na iyon, dumating si sue sa kama kung saan nahiga si johnsy, at inilagay ang isang braso sa kanya. "may sasabihin ako sa iyo, puting mouse," aniya. "si mister behrman ay namatay sa pulmonya ngayon sa ospital. nakasakit lamang siya ng dalawang araw. natagpuan nila sa kanya ang umaga ng unang araw sa kanyang silid na wala sa silungan ng sakit.ang kanyang sapatos at damit ay ganap na basa at malamig na malamig. hindi nila maisip kung saan siya ay nasa tulad ng isang kakila-kilabot na gabi. at pagkatapos ay nakakita sila ng isang parol, naaaninag pa rin. at nakita nila ang isang hagdan na inilipat mula sa lugar nito. at mga suplay ng sining at isang board ng pagpipinta na may berde at dilaw na kulay na halo-halong dito. aow, mahal, sa huling dahon ng ivy sa dingding. hindi ka ba nagtataka kung bakit hindi ito kailanman lumipat nang humihip ang hangin? ah, mahal, ito ay obra maestra ng behrman - ipininta niya ito doon sa gabing nahulog ang huling dahon. "

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after her mother dies, 17-year-old mary katherine, or m.k., moves in with her eccentric scientist father professor bomba, who has spent his life searching for tiny humanoid soldiers called leafmen. they protect the forest near where bomba lives from wicked creatures called boggans and their malevolent leader mandrake. bomba’s determination to find proof of his theories irritates his daughter as she believes it’s nonsense, like her mother did, but bomba assures her he’ll find proof. meanwhile, an independent young leafman named nod decides to quit, much to the ire of the no-nonsense leader ronin, who promised nod’s late father he’d look out for his son. the benevolent fairy queen of the forest, queen tara, must choose an heir to her throne and goes out to a field of leaf pods on board her flying barge and escorted by the royal guards, arriving at the field guarded by a laid-back slug named mub and a wannabe leafman snail named grub. immediately after she chooses a pod, the boggans attack. tara flees the area with the pod, and though flying leafmen bodyguards do their best to protect her, they are soon overwhelmed by the sheer number of boggans. unable to reach the barge and the safety of the guards, while being chased, ronin arrives for her and the pair fly off on his hummingbird mount. they are then attacked by mandrake and his son dagda. dagda is killed by ronin, but not until after he shoots tara. meanwhile, m.k. decides to leave after having an argument with bomba about his research. before she can leave, bomba's dog ozzy runs into the woods. while looking for ozzy, m.k. sees tara falling. dying, tara gives her the pod and uses her magic to shrink her. she tells m.k. to take the pod to nim galuu, a glowworm wizard, before she dies, and m.k. joins ronin and the leafmen, along with mub and grub. ronin discovers that nod has entered a race against other creatures and bugs on birds. nod goes back on a deal with a short-tempered toad gangster named bufo to throw the race. before bufo and his two henchmen can feed nod to a snake, ronin intervenes and orders them to leave. a reluctant nod joins him, m.k., mub, and grub after hearing about queen tara's death, which bufo overhears. ronin, nod, m.k., mub, and grub eventually track down nim galuu. he then leads them down to the library, where m.k. discovers tara's brief message before shrinking her, and a message that will get her back to normal size. when ronin leaves, nod takes m.k. on a deer ride and they begin to fall for each other. meanwhile, mandrake has had the boggans bring bufo to him, finding out the location of the pod. mandrake goes to nim galuu's place to steal the pod, which, if it blooms in darkness, will help mandrake destroy the forest. he takes the pod and kidnaps mub and grub. ronin scolds nod for not being there to protect the pod. to get into boggan territory undiscovered, m.k., nod, and ronin set out to bomba's house to get some disguises, where m.k. learns that the leafmen have deliberately been leading bomba off their trail. bomba sees that he has visitors and captures m.k., fainting when he sees her. m.k. marks the location of moonhaven on a map bomba has made of the forest before rejoining nod and ronin. when they reach the boggan land ronin distracts the boggans while m.k. and nod rescue mub, grub, and the pod. mandrake discovers them and orders the boggans to stop them. m.k., nod, mub, and grub escape alive, but ronin sacrifices himself to ensure their escape. before the full moon can sprout the pod at moonhaven, mandrake's bats block the light, causing the pod to begin sprouting in darkness. the leafmen set out to fight the boggans; m.k. tries to get help from her father by visiting his various cameras he had set in the forest. however, upon regaining consciousness, bomba believes that he didn't really see m.k. and that he has been insane all these years, and shuts down all his cameras. he changes his mind when he sees the red push-pin that m.k. had put on his map. bomba is overjoyed to see that he has been right and he follows m.k. to moonhaven. m.k. uses bomba’s ipod to make bat sounds, luring mandrake's bats away. meanwhile, mub and nim galuu try to stop mandrake from reaching the pod, but are unsuccessful. just then, ronin appears, bearing scars and bruises from the boggans. mandrake manages to outdo him, but is defended by nod, who finally realizes the importance of teamwork. before mandrake can obtain his victory, the pod blooms in moonlight, defeating the boggans, and sealing mandrake into the burl of a nearby tree. the chosen heir is the flower child who helped save tara earlier in the film. grub becomes a leafman, nod and ronin reconcile, and nod and m.k. kiss before m.k. is returned to her original size. after reuniting with bomba and becoming his assistant, the human family still keep regular contact with their small friends as they continue the research of their world.

Inglês

epic action movie'

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“so you’re all set for money then?” the boy named crow asks in his characteristic sluggish voice. the kind of voice that you have when you’ve just woken up and your mouth feels heavy and dull. but he’s just pretending. he’s totally awake. as always. i nod. “how much?” i review the numbers in my head. “close to y400,000 in cash, plus some money i can get from the atm. i know it’s not a lot, but is should be enough. for the time being.” “not bad.” the boy named crow says, “for the time being.” i give him another nod. “i’m guessing this isn’t christmas money from santa claus.” “yeah, you’re right,” i replay. crow smirks and looks around. “i imagine you’ve started out by rifling drawers, am i right?” i don’t say anything. he knows whose money we’re talking about, so theirs is no need for any long-winded interrogations. he’s just giving me a hard time. “no matter,” crow says. “you really need this money and you’re going to get it– beg, borrow or steal. it’s your father’s money, so who cares, right? get your hands on thatmuchandyoushouldbe able tomake it. forthe time being.but what’s the plan after it’s all gone? money isn’t like mushrooms in a forest- it doesn’t just pop up on its own, you know. you’ll need to eat, a place to sleep. one day you’re going to run out.” “i’ll think about that when the time comes,” i say. “when the time comes,” crow repeats, as if weighing these words in his hand. i nod. “like by getting a job or something?” “maybe,” i say. crow shakes his head. “you know you’ve got a lot to learn about the world. listen- what kind of job could a 15-year-old kid get in some far-off place he’s never been to before? you haven’t even finished junior high. who do you think’s going to hire you?” i blush a little. it doesn’t take much to make me blush. “forget it,” he says. “you’re just starting out and shouldn’t lay all this depressing stuff on you. you’ve already decided what you’re going to do and all that’s left is to set the wheels in motion. i mean, it’s your life. basically, you have to go with what you think is right.” that’s right. when all is said and done, it is my life. “i’ll tell you one thing, though. you’re going to have to get a lot tougher if you want to make it.” “i’m trying my best,” i say. “i’m sure you are,” crows says. “these last few years you’ve grown a whole lot stronger. i’ve got to hand it to you.” i nod again. “but let’s face it- you’re only 15,” crow goes on. “your life’s just begun and there’s a ton of things out in the world you’ve never laid eyes on. things you never could imagine.”

Inglês

“so you’re all set for money then?” the boy named crow asks in his characteristic sluggish voice. the kind of voice that you have when you’ve just woken up and your mouth feels heavy and dull. but he’s just pretending. he’s totally awake. as always. i nod. “how much?” i review the numbers in my head. “close to y400,000 in cash, plus some money i can get from the atm. i know it’s not a lot, but is should be enough. for the time being.” “not bad.” the boy named crow sa

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