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Batangas

(bəˈtæŋɡæs)
n
(Placename) a port in the Philippines, in SW Luzon. Pop: 293 000 (2005 est)
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Ba•tan•gas

(bɑˈtɑŋ gɑs)

n.
a seaport on SW Luzon, in the N central Philippines. 143,570.
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Strong wind helped spread the fire that eventually destroyed 100 houses and left 200 families homeless in Batangas City Saturday afternoon, a fire official said.
On Monday night, Batangas City will host a pair of knockout matches which feature their very own Tanduay-backed Athletics facing the Imus Bandera-GLC Truck and Equipment while Zamboanga-Family's Brand Sardines take on the Muntinlupa Cagers-Angelis Resort.
The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology on Tuesday afternoon recorded a magnitude 5.2 earthquake that jolted Batangas.
Riding on the back of higher international containerized cargo volumes last year in both its Manila and Batangas gateway ports, Asian Terminals' Inc.
Former Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile, who is seeking a Senate comeback, wooed voters in Batangas over the weekend and bared plans and programs to further spur economic growth in the province.
A 66-year-old Canadian was killed while his wife was hurt after they were shot by two unidentified suspects Sunday night in Batangas City, police said.
A man was shot dead by four unidentified assailants in Mabini, Batangas province on Monday morning, the police reported.
LIAN, Batangas - Former Special Assistant to the President (SAP) Christopher Lawrence "Bong" Go assured his fellow Batangenos that he will help in the development of not only this town, but the whole province of Batangas.
Six persons, including three drug suspects, were gunned down in Batangas, Quezon and Camarines Norte on Wednesday.
To ease congestion at the ports of Manila, the Bureau of Customs (BOC) has ordered the transfer of empty containers to Batangas and Subic ports.