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Atenista
... In its long history dating back to 1859, the Ateneo de Manila University has produced thousands of graduates from grade school up to the professional schools ... This is a table of notable people affiliated with the Ateneo de Manila University, including graduates, former students, and present and former professors ... Name Positions held / Career / Achievement Relationship to Ateneo de Manila Tetchie Agbayani Actress, Model, Professor M.A ...
Manila - Sister Cities
... Manila has a number of sister cities worldwide, as classified by the city government ... Manila has 33 International Sister Cities, three Friendly Location Cities and two Local Sister Cities ...
Supreme Court Of The Philippines - Current Justices
... University of the Philippines College of Law August 13, 2010 August 25, 2012(as a Chief Justice) July 2, 2030 Benigno Aquino III Antonio T ... in Davao City University of the Philippines College of Law October 26, 2001 October 26, 2019 Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo Presbitero J ... in Pasay University of the Philippines College of Law March 31, 2006 August 8, 2018 Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo Teresita De Castro October 8, 1948 (Age 700164000000000000064) University of the Philippines College of ...
Manila Folder
... The manila folder (occasionally manilla folder) is a file folder designed to contain documents ... The manila envelope is an envelope designed for transporting documents ... As with the manila folder, it is traditionally beige, and often has a mechanism on the closing flap that allows it to be opened without damaging the envelope ...
List Of Countries And Capitals In Native Languages - P
... Spanish Guaraní Peru Lima Perú Lima Spanish Philippines Manila Pilipinas Philippines Filipinas ᜉᜒᜎᜒᜉᜒᜈᜐ᜔ Filipinas Pilipinas Pilipinas Filipinas Pilipinas Filipinas ...

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    Concord’s little arch does not span all our fate, nor is what transpires under it law for the universe.
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