Legaspi


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Legaspi

(lɛˈɡæspɪ)
n
(Placename) a port in the Philippines, on SE Luzon on the Gulf of Albay. Pop: 178 000 (2005 est)
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As expected the troika of Gary Sevilla, Jeff Sanders and Marlon Legaspi shattered Malacanang's defense with their inside plays on the way to their first-ever title.
Police Officer 3 Ronaldo Legaspi died while being treated at the Ospital ng Lunsod ng San Jose del Monte while Rolando Padura, alias Jay Ar, 32, died at the scene.
Legaspi, these poems exude a feeling of incipient wholeness that finds its genesis in the gentle estuary where familial and romantic love speak to each other.
Manlapaz told the Inquirer he surrendered to the Alfonso Municipal Police Station to clear his name in the death of Ramil Legaspi.
The BLR has also invited Ofelia Legaspi from the Dangerous Drugs Board (DDB) as a resource speaker to further elaborate on the hazards and detrimental effects of illegal drug use not only to the person but also to his or her surroundings.
At the High Court in Dublin, his lawyers secured temporary freezing orders against Ocean Vehicle Trading Ltd, with an address at Sandyford Industrial Estate in South Dublin, and its director Oisin Legaspi.
The 65-year-old suffered chest pains on Thursday and tests showed her heart was not receiving enough blood due to blocked arteries, said Nona Legaspi, Director of the Manila Military Hospital said.
The former leader, an incumbent member of the House of Representatives, was taken to the Veterans Memorial Medical Centre (VMMC) head Dr Nona Legaspi said in a radio interview.
Jose de Jesus Legaspi, cuya compania basada en Montebello, California, es duena de nueve centros comerciales y promueve desarrollos enfocados en grupos minoritarios, dijo que los hispanos representan una fuerza demografica joven en EE.
The church will back the introduction of new rice strains if these will help feed over l billion malnourished Asians and Africans and do not harm the environment, said Dominican Archbishop Leonardo Legaspi of Caceres.
Legaspi & Legaspi (2004) found evidence of strong ovigeny in Podisus maculiventris (Say) (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) by comparing egg loads at different times during female adulthood, against lifetime fecundity in the laboratory.