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cogon

[kō′gōn]
(botany)
Imperate cylindrica. A grass found in rainforests. Also known as alang-alang.
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Joseph's Cathedral and Dauis Church, before it was be taken to the Cogon Shrine.
From Quinagpicangcalahac, we followed a meandering river valley that soon narrowed into dry stream beds bounded by small bamboo, cogon grass and giant fern trees.
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When sober, she would throw anything that was red-slippers, combs, shoes-out of the window onto the field covered with cogon, where owls lived and loudly announced their existence through their cries of omen at night.
In ANR, seedlings are protected from undergrowth and extremely flammable plants such as cogon and talahib.
Some 3,575 persons from five villages of Juban such as AEog, Aroroy, Cogon, Rangas, and Tughan who experienced ash-fall were not evacuated, said Lizpeth Nicolas, head of Juban MDRRMO.
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Animal hunting, cogon collection and slash-and-burn (kaingin) farming were the common causes of fires that happened mostly in the dry months, said Alfred Collado, chief of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) in the province.
GUARDIAN connects all alerts via a GPS system installed in pilot command centers in the Cebu City barangays of Tisa, Apas-Lahug, Inayawa-Pardo, Guadalupe, Cogon and Sto.
To solve the predicament of having to walk for hours to school and back to their homes daily, the IP children had to stay in a temporary shelter, a rundown shanty mostly made of bamboo slats and posts and cogon as roofing material where they had to jostle for limited space.