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Filipino

1. a native or inhabitant of the Philippines
2. another name for Tagalog
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The Filpino stars who produced seven of the country's 27 gold medals in the two-day international event were Kirstie Elaine Alora, Abigail Faye Valdez, Reign Charm Ragutana, Israel Cesar Cantos, Noel Sabillano, Kurt Pasjuelas and Gabriel Teruel.
There have been many unlawful acts of aggression committed by China in the South China Sea, including illegal reclamation, degrading of marine environment, interference of petroleum activities of Philippine commercial vessels within Philippine EEZ, interference of Filpino fishermen within Philippine EEZ.
Fellow Filpino Joshua Pacio of Team Lakay is the reigning ONE World strawweight champion and under him are devastating names like Yoshitaka Naito, Alex Silva, and Hayato Suzuki.
Pressed on the details on the labor agreement for Filpino domestic workers in Jordan, Abella said the agreement establishes the proper procedures for the recruitment, deployment and arrival of Filipino domestic workers in Jordan through licensed Jordanian recruitment agencies in partnership with licensed Philippine recruitment agencies.
President Diosdado Macapagal led many other Filpino leaders who saw the primacy of Aguinaldo's proclamation of independence in 1898 over the US-granted independence of 1946.
'I don't look at my age actually as long as I still have my speed, my jump, and my power,' said Santos in Filpino Saturday at Mall of Asia Arena after the team's practice.
Morisette was chosen to sing the Philippine version of "A Whole New World," along with Filpino singer Darren Espanto, as part of the international promotion of the Disney movie in the country.
'I was happy, I approached him during warm-ups but I didn't get the chance to go to him at the end of the game,' said Montalbo in Filpino at Ynares Center here.
Only in his 20s, Diosdado found a friend in Mario who, in turn, gave him a family--the Costamagnas, who treated the young Filpino artist as their own.
Fernando Amorsolo's 1927 oil-on-wood 'Dalagang Bukid (Woman with Banga)'-which has a starting price of P4 million-shows a smiling Filpino woman sporting the national costume of baro't saya.
Tagle mourned that demise of Henry Acorda, an overseas Filpino worker in Slovakia who was beaten up to death, and the continued killings in the country, including priests, latest of which was Father Richmon Nilo.