Filipino

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Filipino

1. a native or inhabitant of the Philippines
2. another name for Tagalog
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ANF Karachi Airport Team held a 40 years old Philipino lady Marilou Cabrera at Jinnah International Airport Karachi and recovered 960 Gram Cocaine concealed in packing of bath soaps.
ANF Karachi held a 40 years old Philipino lady Marilou Cabrera at Jinnah International Airport Karachi and recovered 960 gram cocaine concealed in packing of bath soaps.
Turkish and Philipino leaders had a tete-a-tete and chaired an inter-delegation meeting at Malacana Palace in Manila.
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).
A ground-breaking achievement was recently experienced when Catholics were allowed to build a church in Doha, Qatar, despite a large Catholic following from Indian and Philipino workers there for more than 40 years.
The Dubai based Philipino Civil Engineer has chosen to fly to Egypt where he and his family will be treated to a three--day package of a lifetime with all expenses paid for.
1993) found that the stresses felt by African American, Chicano, Latino, and Philipino freshmen were associated with both lower academic outcomes and increased psychological distress.
He supported big ideas like amnesty and little ideas like the Akaka amendment (exempting the grandchildren of Philipino WWII vets from immigration limits).
Protecting and Defending Locally Operated Churches) Second Place - Cablevision, Multicultural/Mass Media Campaign All Other Media First Place - Rogers Cable Communications, Great Wall TV Package (Canada) Second Place - Comcast, Ako Ay Philipino Phone Card Networks and Industry Suppliers: Direct Mail First Place - Telemundo, "Al Rojo Vivo" Direct Mail Promotion Second Place - Ameredia, Comcast Russian Matryoshka Mailers Grassroots First Place - TuTv