Filipino

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Filipino

1. a native or inhabitant of the Philippines
2. another name for Tagalog
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In a video posted by Valenciano's mom, artist-manager Angeli Pangilinan, the singer expressed her dismay over the event organizers' decision to bar Filipina models from the show.
Ambassador Jesus Domingo expressed his disappointment with Krispy Kreme on Facebook after a Filipina was reportedly refused entry into its first doughnut outlet in New Zealand.
The Filipina said she felt scared when he yelled at her and ordered her to sit in the front passenger seat even as she tried to tell him to wait until she informed her aunt.
In 2016, she won as Miss Filipina Europe in Vienna, Austria; while 2017 saw her crowned as Miss Antwerp.
The Filipina also turned out to have hid a bracelet in the washroom.
The Abu Dhabi Misdemeanour Court had convicted the woman based on statements from the Filipina victim.
Mientras tanto, las finalidades para usar textos de literatura filipina en espanol en nuestras clases se deben a la realidad cultural de los alumnos filipinos.
The Filipina told Judge Idris bin Mansour that she grabbed a kitchen knife and threatened her Pakistani husband.
Roces divides her work into three parts: 'Representing the Filipino woman'; 'Fashioning the Filipina through practices'; and 'Understanding the transnational context of the Filipina struggle'.
El libro que comentamos, escrito por los sacerdotes filipinos Eugene Salgado y Jose Alviar, es un vademecum valorativo e informativo, que da noticia precisa y util de la situacion de la teologia moral filipina a nivel institucional, personal, monografico y tematico.
Her works-in-progress explore the artist's emerging points and primal moments that informed his concepts of gender and sexuality through lived experiences and learned stories of women with ties to the Philippines including women in his family, female figures in Catholicism, and Filipina transnationals as nurses, caregivers, entertainers, and sex workers.

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