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Roxas

 

(formerly Capiz), a city and port in the Philippines, on northern Panay Island. Capital of Capiz Province. Population, 69,400 (1970). Agricultural products are processed in Roxas. Cottage production is represented by the manufacture of the national fabrics piña and sinamay, and fishing nets, mats, and shoes from Manila hemp.

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With these words, Kris Aquino and former Interior Secretary Mar Roxas seemed to have patched up their differences and reconciled.
Duterte: Roxas wasted lives of 44 SAF commandos !-- -- Alexis Romero (The Philippine Star) - April 18, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines President Duterte has accused opposition senatorial candidate Manuel "Mar" Roxas II of wasting the lives of the 44 police commandos who died in the Mamasapano clash four years ago.
Senatorial candidate Mar Roxas vowed Saturday to campaign harder in the remaining days leading to the midterm elections next month as his absence for 20 days had resulted in his survey rating dipping to its lowest.
Vice President Maria Leonor 'Leni' Robredo is escorted by senatorial hopeful and former Interior and Local Government secretary Manuel 'Mar' Roxas, outside his residence in Capiz after meeting with local leaders of the province.
The police substation in front of the Marco Polo hotel was renamed Roxas Night Market Police Precinct to focus on securing the visitors to the area.
Westbound lane of TM Kalaw from M.H del Pilar to Roxas Blvd.
Philippine presidential candidates attacked each other on experience and achievements in their first debate, with Manuel Roxas, the administration candidate, who is in fourth place, leading the offensive.
Elizabeth Roxas was in her 13th season with Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater when she became the 1997 cover girl.
The Manila Police District (MPD) has alerted motorists regarding road closures and rerouting of vehicles in Roxas Boulevard to make way for the country's 121st Independence Day.
Mar Roxas twins arriving today !-- -- Helen Flores (The Philippine Star) - April 1, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines Liberal Party senatorial candidate Mar Roxas and his wife broadcaster Korina Sanchez will be bringing home today their twins Pepe and Pilar from the US.
Senatorial candidate Mar Roxas wants President Duterte to look into his track record in public service as his former rival had questioned his loyalty and even taunted him a nobody whom the Chief Executive could shoot for free.
A twelve-year veteran of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Roxas betrays no sign of injuries in performance.