Filipino


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Filipino

1. a native or inhabitant of the Philippines
2. another name for Tagalog
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Let me ask, when will this inhumane treatment of our Filipino workers end?
Among the new books is a translation of Dante's Impiyerno into Filipino by Resty Mendoza Ceaa, a linguist scholar.
Montealegre, emphasized the importance of the program in enabling the children to identify and be proud of their Filipino heritage.
The impressed Filipino said, 'We really really appreciate it, Sir.
Clearly, it is essential that we take a stand for the voiceless Filipino children.
The Filipino Community (FilCom) in India may be small compared with those in other countries, but their spirit of volunteerism and camaraderie are very much alive, Daza said.
Senators, for their part, yesterday called on Filipinos to face the New Year with love, hope, and determination for them to overcome challenges, and take advantage of opportunities that will come their way in 2018.
Filipino performers sharing last minute reminders before their performance.
The festival will exemplify the essence of Filipino hospitality and creativity," Cortes told Gulf News.
The EO converted the former PPSB into the Overseas Filipino Bank, a 'policy bank dedicated to provide financial products and services tailored to the requirement of overseas Filipinos' and focused on delivering 'quality and efficient foreign remittance services.
The training entitled Otso-otso: Walong durungawan sa kulturang Filipino held in Catbalogan City, Samar aims to provide teachers with an appreciation to the nature of cultural complexity, the value of diversity and plurality as manifestations of the unique, vibrant, and dynamic cultures in the archipelago.

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