Filipino

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Filipino

1. a native or inhabitant of the Philippines
2. another name for Tagalog
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Magdalo Para Sa Pilipino (MAGDALO); Mamamayan Tungo sa Maunlad na Pilipinas (MTM PHILS); Manila Teachers Savings and Loan Association (MANILA TEACHERS); Migrante Sectoral Party Of Overseas Filipinos And Their Families (MIGRANTE); Movement for Economic Transformation and Righteous Opportunities (METRO); Movement of Women for Change and Reform (MELCHORA); National Confederation of Tricycle Operators and Drivers Association of the Philippines (NACTODAP); OFW Family Club Inc (OFW FAMILY); and One Patriotic Coalition of Marginalised Nationals (1PACMAN).
They are 1st Kabagis Inc (1st KABAGIS); AAA-Aviation Advancement Advocates, Inc (AAA); Aagapay sa mga Bata at Taong Kapus-Palad (ABATAKA); Abante Bicol Oragon Phil Inc (ABO); Aim-Atin Ito Mannalon, Inc; Ako Tanod (AKO TANOD); Ako Senior Citizen ng Pilipinas Inc (AKO SENIOR CITIZEN); Ako'y Pilipino Disiplinado-Nagmamahal sa Diyos at sa Tao (APD); Alliance of People with Disability Empowerment Sectoral Party-list (A-PWDE); Alliance of Philippine Fishing Federations (ALL-FISH); Alliance of Recruitment Agencies of the Philippines Overseas Filipino Workers (ARAP-OFW); Alyansa General, Parents Teacher Association Indigenous People Inc.
Kabuahayan Para sa Lahat (KABUHAYAN); Kalipunan ng Masang Pilipino (KAMPIL); Kapatirang Magmamais ng Pilipinas inc (KAMAIS); Kampala ng Lakan Inc (KAMPALA); Kapisanan ng mga Netizens sa Filipinas Inc (NETIZENS SA FILIPINAS); Kapuspalad ng Sambayanang Pilipino (KPSP); Karapatan sa Batas at Lipunang May Katarungan (KABALIKAT); Kilos Kabataan Livelihood Foundation (KKLFI); Kilos Mamamayan Ngayon Na (KM NGAYON NA); and Koalisyon at Aksyon Nagimpok Para sa Ekonomiya At Gabay ng mga Organisasyon ng Sambayangang May Yamang Oras (1-KANEGOSYO).
Because Enriquez's (1982) research is based on Filipino participants (participants who were born and raised in the Philippines), some of the concepts introduced through sikolohiyang Pilipino may not apply to American-born F/Pilipinos.
Finally, F/ Pilipinos may begin to pledge allegiance to other Pacific Islander cultures (e.
Culturally, F/Pilipino and F/Pilipino Americans have a distinct ethnic background, which consists of aboriginal Pilipino, Spanish and American cultures, along with traces of Muslim, Pacific Islander, and Indonesian influence (Rabaya, 1971).
Pilipinos Aspiring For Country's Yes-Man Advancement Organization and Workers Advocating For Reform and Advancement of YES-MAN Coalition (PACYAO-WARAY); Rebolusyonaryong Alyansang Makabansa (RAM); Reporma (REPORMA); Sagip Bansa Filipinas, Inc (SBFI); Samahan ng mga Dakilang Maralitang Pilipino (SANDAMA); Scholarship ng Masa (SCHOLARSHIP NG MASA); Serbisyo Sa Bayan Party (SBP); Stop & Go Coalition (STOP & GO); Sulong Katribu Party-list (SULONG KATRIBU); Sulong Katutubo (SK); Talino at Galing Pinoy (TGP); The United Christian, Muslim, Tribal, Lumad Brotherhood of the Philippines (UNITE PEOPLE); Transport Cooperatives Sector Party List (TCS) Tribal Communities Association of the Philippines 10th Regional Chapter, Inc.
KGB); Kusug Tausug (KUSUG TAUSUG); Piston Land Transport Coalition, Inc (PISTON); LPG Marketers Association, Inc (LPGMA); Magdalo Para Sa Pilipino (MAGDALO); Mamamayan Tungo sa Maunlad na Pilipinas (MTM PHILS); Manila Teachers Savings and Loan Association (MANILA TEACHERS); Migrante Sectoral Party Of Overseas Filipinos And Their Families (MIGRANTE).
The first stop was also Pasay where Tanghalang Pilipinos home studio is based and, incidentally, where teenage pregnancy is on the rise.
Josef, artistic director of Tanghalang Pilipino, the resident drama company of the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), believes theater is a very potent educational tool: "It is not just about playing to sell out audiences or receiving accolades after a show, but being able to assume a higher responsibility-that of being an educator.