terrado

terrado

In Hispanic architecture, a flat roof made of compacted earth that is sealed with a layer of plaster.
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POC spokesperson Clint Aranas confirmed that Vargas tendered his "irrevocable" resignation, as seen in this video interview by Spin.ph's Rebuen Terrado.
Meanwhile, Joanna Terrado and her husband picked Larossa due to its proximity to UPIS, where their daughter goes to school, and UP Ayala Technohub, where she goes to work.
Lopez and Terrado will represent the country at the Hongqiao International Forum and at the official opening ceremony of CIIE, which will be presided by Chinese President Xi Jinping on November 5.
"For this year's participation, we look to further strengthen our market foothold in Taiwan which is known for its diverse culinary culture," Nora Terrado, undersecretary of the Filipino's Trade and Investments Promotion Group (TIPG) at the Department of Trade and Industry, according to MECO's press release.
Lawyer George Terrado, Seneres' chief of staff, told Gulf News in an interview on Wednesday that Filipinos would be fully consulted once the legislative mill starts acting on HB 3576.
Waitrose spirits buyer Herchelle Perez Terrado said: "Over the past few years, gin has become one of Britain's trendiest drinks.
When staying in Iquique the best views of the south Pacific Ocean--and of the sand dunes--are at the marble-hall Terrado Suites Hotel and Marina (Los Rieles 126; 56-57-488-000; $100-$143).
Noel Disu, 18, a sound system operator, and Darwin Terrado, 18, a mechanic, did not make it alive to the Region 1 Medical Center in Dagupan City, where rescuers took them.
Terrado, DTI Industry Development and Trade Policy Group (IDTPG) Assistant Secretary Rafaelita M.
Trade Undersecretary Nora Terrado said earlier the space given to the Philippines at CIIE could accommodate only 40 to 60 exhibitors out of 150 that expressed interest.