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sampaguita

of Philippines. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
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On the other hand, Sampaguita (Jasminum sambac), which was adopted as the country's national flower as early as 1934, is not endemic to the country because it can also be found across South Asia, Hawaii and even the Middle East, where it is known as Arabian Jasmine.
Forum Energy, a British-funded exploration in Sampaguita Field, protested.
Outside Sampaguita, they starred in Bella Filipina and Mr.
When they reached Quezon City, the kidnappers allegedly let the teens out to sell sampaguita garlands on EDSA.
Amalia is an award-winning Philippine cinema super star who was launched by Sampaguita Pictures in 1956, and has appeared in more than a hundred films since then.
Dumlao writes that Sampaguita describes Perez 'as a makata or poet who writes about love, heartache and pain.
Tawiwit, 32 yrs old - Brgy Cawayan, Catarman, Northern Samar; Edwin Quintero, married, 44 yrs old - Brgy 59-A, Sampaguita, Tacloban City.
His idea also came from his years working with Sampaguita Pictures when he was just starting out in showbiz.
The songwriters from different eras include: Pepe Smith, Dennis Garcia, Mike Hanopol, Sampaguita, Nonoy Zuniga, Ryan Cayabyab, Rico J.
World Vision's Typhoon Yolanda Response Operations Director Jeremy Kilday said work covers villages in Kalipayan, Reclamation area, Sabang, Picas, Sampaguita, Quarry Rizal Extension, and Siren.
Contract awarded for Supply & Delivery of Materials for the Construction of Drainage Canal along Sampaguita Street, Ledesma Street & J.
They were Sampaguita Pictures, LVN Films, Premiere Productions and Lebran.