San Miguel

San Miguel, Spanish for Saint Michael, describes numerous locations.

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... Stage Results (2004) Fiesta Conference San Miguel Beermen 1st/10 2..889 -- Quarterfinals 3rd in Group A (1–2) 2004-05 Philippine Cup 5th/10 9..500 4 4th-seed playoff Quarterfinals ... Coca-Cola 82–85 (OT), 69–67 Air21 2, San Miguel 1 Philippine Cup 2nd/9 5..689 1 Semifinals 3rd-place playoff Red Bull 4, San Miguel 3 Alaska 102, San ... Lucia 85* San Miguel 102, Coca-Cola 101* San Miguel 2, Barangay Ginebra 1 Alaska 4, San Miguel 2 Red Bull 103, San Miguel 96* 2007-08 Philippine Cup Magnolia Beverage Masters 5th/10 8..556 ...
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