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Tizona

dazzling, golden-hilted sword of the Cid. [Span. Lit.: Song of the Cid]
See: Sword
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George Tizon, chief education supervisor of DepEd-TAPAT noted that I-SABAC is an improved version of E-SABAC, which tackled internet cyberbullying and other forms of bullying in city schools.
Member of Egyptian French Council Mary Louis said that arrangements are carried out with the French side to allocate a permanent headquarters for Egypt at the French Premiere Tizon, noting that there has been huge cooperation between Egypt and France in the design field for more than 10 years.
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Durante la decada de 1950, el tizon de la papa (Phytophthora infestans), provoco desequilibrio en los campos agricolas del archipielago, motivando que, aquellos que no habian experimentado la migracion, lo hicieran como parte de sus itinerarios laborales buscando solucionar economias de subsistencia (Salieres et al.
The Atlantic in June published a cover story by Alex Tizon, a former Seattle Times reporter, in which he shared his family's secret of passing down for decades ownership of a Filipina slave.