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  • n. Plural form of Lasallian.

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Examples

  • Typhoon Ondoy caused us Lasallians another week of suspension.

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  • Bet you'd be as sad as the Lasallians and if you really insist as bitter as they are as well.

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  • Kesyo Lasallians are all money and looks lang daw.

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  • Okay Ateneo won and yes the Lasallians are definitely not happy about it.

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  • In the northeastern United States alone, I know of three schools named “Christian Brothers Academy” and two named “LaSalle Institute,” all operated by the Lasallians.

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  • Picking Blue and Green as the Blog's colors was a good decision … so that Ateneans and Lasallians won't fight.

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  • So once more, we're calling on all Lasallians to share the Christmas spirit of giving and loving to our brethren still recovering from the tragedy brought on by the typhoons.

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  • But even with their strong offering, the Lasallians only scored 88-an effortful but insufficient accomplishment compared to the

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  • Patrick McKinley Brennan, Harmonizing Plural Societies: The Case of Lasallians, Families, Schools--and the Poor, 45 Journal of Catholic Legal Studies 131-175 2006.

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