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- adj. Filipino
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as philopena.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to or characteristic of the Philippines or its people or customs
- n. official language of the Philippines; based on Tagalog; draws its lexicon from other Philippine languages
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By November of 1899, Aguinaldo and his forces had been pushed further and further into central Luzon (the main Philippine island) and he realized he could not fight the Americans with conventional military units.
Despite the popularity of HB Bill 305, An Act to Strengthen and Enhance the Use of English as the Medium of Instruction in Philippine Schools, within the seemingly uninformed confines of the Philippine legislature, mother-tongue education continues to gain advocates among language professionals, teachers, and parents.
He also said that he had come up with a business idea to train Philippine forces using the L-39 jets.
CNN: Passenger rescued in Philippine ferry sinking after 24 hours
Disabled people in Philippine province ask for support
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For some time, charming Pessel Cohen (c. 1776 – after 1804, who adopted the name Philippine around 1800), a descendant of the wealthy Bernhard family, was very influential.
They are often criticized for producing "poverty porn" for Western audiences; their detractors call their - oeuvre the "cinema of squalor" — a label Philippine critic Lito Zulueta decries as unfair.
After World War II, the American presence was well-established in Philippine names.
Criticine editor Alexis A Tioseco looks back on the year in Philippine cinema: Today independent - and its many synonyms - has become a hot buzzword in the Philippines.
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