Palagi


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Palagi

(pɑːˈlʌŋiː)
n, pl -gi
(Peoples) NZ a Samoan name for European
[from Samoan papālagi]
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'Palagi naman ang gobyerno tutulungan ang mga nangangailangan (The government always helps those in need),' Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo said in a media interview.
"Lagi kong sinasabi sa mga players ko na palagi tayong nasa finals, pero kinakapos tayo," said F2 Logistics coach Ramil de Jesus, referring to their bridesmaid finish over the last two All-Filipino Conference editions.
What's nice about our friendship is that hindi man kami magkita palagi ay alam namin na nandito kami parati sa isat isa," Dimples said.
'I think it's not innocent anymore dahil palagi na yan eh.
Go added, 'Pagdating sa mga regulasyon na ganito, sinisikap namin palagi na gawin kung ano ang mas makakabuti sa nakararami.'
Cesar Palagi, Petrobras America's manager for the Cascade-Chinook project, says the BW Pioneer FPSO uses a mooring design that ensures the FPSO can be moved if the need arises.
"It underlines that the mechanism of yawn contagion in the two species is the same," said study co-author Elisabetta Palagi, a primate researcher at the University of Pisa in Italy.
While the main focus of Palagi Tafaovale is Samoa, Rankin also provides an interesting account of his military service.
It also traces my cultural and research learning journeys and the pathways I followed as a "palagi" (white person) undertaking cross-cultural research.
Now, content editors across departments post their own updates -- reducing time to publish," says Karen Palagi, DuPage County's webmaster.
The unlikely duo, a Palagi (Samoan for European) and Pacific Islander, became best friends.