leren

leren

[′ler·ən]
(agriculture)
Calathea allouia. A tuber food crop of the family Marautaceae cultivated in the Caribbean and in Central and South America.
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It has produced celebrities namely Miss Universe 2013 3rd runner-up Ariella Arida, Justine Mae San Jose, Mutya ng Piipinas Tourism, 2016; and Leren Mae Bautista, Miss Tourism Queen of the Year International, 2015.
Mutya ng Pilipinas-Asia Pacific Leren Mae Bautista was recently hailed as Miss Tourism Queen of the Year International 2015, besting more than 50 candidates from around the world on Thursday, December 31, 2015 at the Putrajaya Marriot Hotel & Spa Grand Ballroom in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Mutya ng Pilipinas winners Leren Mae Bautista - Mutya ng Pilipinas 2015 Asia Pacific, Janel Joy Cuaton -Tourism, Nina Josie Robertson - Overseas Communities, Julee Ann Marie Bourgoin - first runner-up, and Brenna Cassandra Gamboa visited several tourist destinations in Negros Occidental on Sunday (August 16).
Mutya queen Leren Mae Bautista won the Miss Tourism Queen of the Year International crown in 2015.
SEVP-COO Rosemarie Bosch Ong, Binibining Pilipinas Miss Globe 2019 Leren Bautista, Binibining Pilipinas Miss Grand International 2019 Samantha Lo, PCCI honorary chair and treasurer and Philexport president Sergio Ortiz - Luis Jr., Simon Burke of Amazon Web Services, PLDT Alpha First vice president & head Vic Tria, PRA director Donnie Tantoco III (Rustan's), PRA chairman emeritus Dr.
Meanwhile, Leren Mae, who represented Rizal's hometown Laguna in the recent pageant, said she is proud of what Rizal achieved in history.
Leren Mae Bautista, Binibining Laguna and newly minted Binibining Pilipinas Globe, has already represented the Philippines at Miss Tourism Queen of the Year International, where she won in 2015, the same year that Ann Lorraine Colis became our first Miss Globe.
She published an autobiography Winnen of Leren (Winning or Learning) last year and was awarded a 1000 Euro prize for it.