Junia


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Junia

(jo͞o`nēə), in the New Testament, man or woman early converted to Christianity.
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In a press release, Junia stated that the DPWH sets a weekly coordination meeting with the Department of Education (DepEd) to ensure timely construction of the said school buildings in the province.
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One, Junia, is spoke of as 'prominent among the apostles.
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