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dato

(ˈdɑːtəʊ) or

datto

n, pl -tos
(Sociology) the chief of any of certain Muslim tribes in the Philippine Islands
[C19: from Spanish, ultimately from Malay dato' grandfather]
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Ang binabayad naman nila dati, yun rin naman ang halaga na binabayad niyo sa shopping center,' he added.
Dati also said it was a misconception to say Plateau North is predominantly PDP and being marginalized in the scheme of things adding that APC has a stake in Plateau North than the PDP because the governor has been fair to the people in term of appointments and has further opened up the zone in term of physical development.
Dati para talagang wala kang chance na manalo sa kanila,' Guiao added.
Laking probinsiya ako kaya 'yung meryenda namin dati, talagang luto ng nanay ko.
Digital Arts Media Network said meetings with a number of companies and investors in the blockchain/crypto space, caused the company to rethink the 'why' in its pursuit of aligning DATI with a FINRA-approved crowd funding portal; then to justify those means with the 'how.'
Ma le date spesso non hanno riscontri precisi con altre affermazioni e Petrarca a volte si contraddice o almeno deve cercare di adattare il racconto in modo che le date e i dati coincidano: e la prova che il racconto sia vero, ma e anche la prova che quel racconto non abbia valore documentario come noi lo intenderemo.
Rachida Dati expressed her support to the further strengthening of bilateral cooperation, and inter-parliamentary cooperation with the European Union.
Yakubu Dati, Federal Aviation Authority of Nigeria spokesman, said health officials have deployed representatives to work at airports, sea ports and land border crossings.
Martin Schulz has contacted the representative of the Paris Bar Association to check a possible conflict of interest for Rachida Dati
"Dati le'she'avar," he tells me, "Someone who was religious in the past." No one seems to know the exact origins of the acronym or when it first began to be used, but it's a stark contrast from the moniker 'ex-frum,' the closest corresponding English descriptor.