magno

magno

[′mag‚nō]
(metallurgy)
An alloy of 95.5% nickel and 4.5% manganese, used in the manufacture of incandescent lamps and radio tubes.
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"We will ask the LTFRB after the issuance [of the order] to hold a dialogue and identify selected areas along the routes where we can pick-up and drop-off passengers," Magno said in an interview before the hearing.
As such, Magno sought the assistance of the House to respond to requests of residents to have their arrears waived.
For now, the union members stage only silent protest pickets in front of Magno's office in Tutuban every Wednesday during noontime break to dramatize their appeal to the seven-man PNR Board of Directors headed by retired police Gen.
With the filing of criminal complaints, Magno said he hoped the Philippine National Police would file administrative charges against the two men that would lead to their dismissal.
Magno has a record of 5-3-1 with one quick and will warm up against Jamie Quinn at the Ponds Forge Arena in Sheffield on September 20, as part of a card promoted by Dennis Hobson.
I am ready to explore new milieu and opportunities,' Magno said.
As of August 7, Magno reported that 52 passengers and 13 crew members onboard motor bancas Chi-Chi, Keziah, and Jenny Vince survived, while 31 passengers from Chi-Chi and Jenny Vince were recorded casualties.
"There's also another report of an unclaimed body in one hospital here," Magno told the Manila Bulletin.
Magno and Villaluna, however, stayed for only a few months.
The old Caloocan station was used by Aguinaldo's ill-fated general, Antonio Luna, in sending telegrams during the war, Magno said.
Edgar John Bilayon, president of the Bagong Kapisanan ng mga Manggagawa sa PNR (BKMP) asked President Rodrigo Duterte to intervene and immediately fire PNR General Manager Junn Magno "for gross incompetence, bad governance, favouritism and bullying of PNR employees." Bilayon identified both Magno and corporate legal counsel Celeste Lauta for allegedly causing the major disruption of railway services last September, after the two reportedly sat on a request for the purchase of diesel fuel, the primary source of power of rail engines.
Mary Lynn Musial DES PLAINES - Mary Lynn Musial (nee Magno), age 65, passed away peacefully the morning of Friday, June 29, 2018 after a courageous battle with cancer.