Marcos


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Marcos

Ferdinand (Edralin). 1917--89, Filipino statesman; president of the Philippines from 1965; deposed and exiled in 1986
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Marcos, dressed in a tangerine blouse, kicked off her political comeback on Friday, kissing a glass casket containing her husband's embalmed body and delivering a powerful message of family defiance.
With the set reaching the closing stages, Federer started to up his already-high level and put Marcos under pressure in the decisive 12th game.
The former first lady of the Philippines, Imelda Marcos, has started campaigning for office in the country.
It's a 22-song disco cantata about the life of the Uber-diva of the Philippines, Imelda Marcos.
MANCHESTER UNITED are chasing Spanish star Oscar de Marcos - the Athletic Bilbao flier who knocked them out of Europe.
After its successful performance in South Florida, Tango Lovers' cast flew to New York the following morning to present its show in Long Island and again the audience gave a standing ovation to the group directed by Marcos Ayala and Alfredo Lerida.
Henck's well-written and well-researched study of Marcos is augmented by more than twenty interviews granted by Marcos since 1994.
Store manager Marcos fell for lab technician Claire when she joined the food processing firm where he worked in Swansea, South Wales, in 2004.
Marcos (Natsuko Ohama) pours concrete over the corpses of construction workers who helped build her Manila Film Center, and then quibbles over the exact body count (``only eight, not 100'').
While his parents unloaded the beach gear, Marcos grabbed his board and headed toward the waves.
A Philippine historian, Michael Xiao Chua, said the Marcos items are important and should have been displayed to remind current and future generations of Marcos' dictatorial rule and encourage them to safeguard the country's democracy.
Over the next few months, Marcos will be moved to a specialist centre in the north - most likely in Yorkshire or Derbyshire.