Magallanes


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Magallanes

(Spanish maɣaˈʎanes)
n
(Placename) the former name of Punta Arenas
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"I don't know how that may be," said Sancho; "all I know is that if the Senora Magallanes or Magalona was satisfied with this croup, she could not have been very tender of flesh."
2) Edsa from Magallanes - Baclaran Bus Stop to Magallanes - Alabang Bus Stop (outer lane)
Gemma Magallanes, 43, a pork retailer at a market in Rizal, expressed concern about the unidentified disease, as it has already started to cut her earnings.
A portion of the Magallanes Interchange (upper level) will be closed to vehicular traffic starting Monday, April 1, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) said.
Part of Magallanes Interchange closed indefinitely !-- -- Ghio Ong (The Philippine Star) - April 1, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines A part of the Magallanes Interchange in Makati City would be closed to traffic starting today, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) announced.
Celebration of National Arts Month (NAM) by the Magallanes Elementary School Art Club (MESAC) was indeed remarkable.
Introduction: Music, the Cold War, and Regionalism I believe, Lord, in Magallanes, I believe in its fjords, its canals, Its sheep, its oil.
Muelmar Magallanes, who lost his own life after saving 30 of his village mates and relatives last September 26 u as typhoon Ketsana dumped record rainfall in the metropolis u was recognised by the international publication for his heroism and sacrifice.