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Filipino

1. a native or inhabitant of the Philippines
2. another name for Tagalog
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On the distressed larger institutions see Banco Philipino (2012).
A 34 years old Philipino female was admitted under care of psychiatry department with the brief history of abnormal behaviour including episodic aggressive behaviour, irrelevant talk, self-talking, shouting, hallucination, restlessness and agitation.
In Hyp explant callus induction peaked at higher levels of 2,4-D under both LDs and D regimes inducing more calli in F1Hybrid Philipino.
Narrative therapy: Perception and attitudes regarding the use of this paradigm with Latino and Philipino Clients.
file 6; Sigmund's three-act play PitchfOrk Scepters, the story of a "half Philipino [sic] boy who becomes the Ridge Road Christ," never found a publisher.
Actually, I don't really see; before I get accused of having more shoes than the late Philipino president's wife, Imelda, or being embroiled in the gender war - let me say one word.
A unique feature of the Philipino Women's Movement is that it drew women from various structures and included different categories of women such as academics, leaders of women's organisations and government appointees and advisers.
Kuwait's second goal came in the 84th minute left-winger after waleed Ali made a forward move, bypassing the Philipino goalie, and unleashing a shot that hit a defender, and nestled into the net.
Members of the Indian, Pakistan and Philipino community sought greater assurances of their personal safety and security in the wake of recent events, calling for compensation for those affected by the unrest.
Philipino investors are proposing a 100MW plant in North Sumatra.
Cantonese, Chinese Creole, Dutch, English, Farsi, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Hmong, Ilocano, Inupiaq, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Laotian, Navajo, Philipino, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, Taiwanese, Toishanese, Ukranian, Vietnamese Woodcock-Munoz Language Survey-- English and Spanish Update (Woodcock & Sandoval, 2001).