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- proper n. a province of the Philippines located on the west central area of the island of Luzon along Lingayen Gulf and South China Sea. Capital: Lingayen. Population: 2.4 million (Census 2000).
- proper n. a language of the Malayo-Polynesian branch of the Austronesian family of languages; it is one of the major languages of the Philippines and the primary language in the province or region of Pangasinan.
- proper n. the people of Pangasinan or people of Pangasinan heritage.
- proper n. the indigenous speakers of the Pangasinan language.
- adj. Of or pertaining to the Pangasinan people, language, or province
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Between this province and that of Pangasinan, which is adjacent to it, there are three thousand
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A 10-meter whale shark weighing about three tons got her decent burial in a fish cemetery in the province of Pangasinan, northern Philippines.
Sea Command that the Japanese had virtually pulled out of the Pangasinan coastal region and had relocated in the mountains.
In contrast to the sad scenes of devastation of Pangasinan towns along the sea coast, there are some other photos which showed that some local people pulled out old USA flags to welcome the landing forces.
Yesterday, I was at the beaches of Lingayen in Pangasinan and the Philippine historians there tell a much different story than the more official or traditional.
Meanwhile, whole towns along the coast had been wiped out by U.S. bombers on the northern coast of Pangasinan, Philippines in a matter of days
If thestorm continues on its forecast path, Santi, isexpected to create more problems for the already hard hit portions of the Ilocos, Pangasinan, Zambales Tarlac, and La Union areas by Saturday noon.
• Thirty eight (38) municipalities and three (3) in Region I are still flooded as of 10: 00 PM, October 11, 2009: 23 and 3 cities in Pangasinan; 9 in La Union, 1 in Ilocos Sur and 5 in Ilocos Norte.
Given her training in the Bible School of the Wesleyan Church in Rosales, Pangasinan, she has taken a path that can only be described to be exemplary.
To sink or swim: a realization in Sison, Pangasinan | GroundReport