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Ri·zal

 (rĭ-zäl′, rē-säl′), José 1861-1896.
Philippine reformer and writer. Exiled (1892-1896) for his political novels, he was later arrested and executed for sedition. His death helped fuel an insurrection against Spanish rule (1896-1898).
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Rizal

(Spanish riˈθal)
n
(Placename) another name for Pasay

Rizal

(Spanish riˈθal)
n
(Biography) José (xoˈse). 1861–96, Philippine nationalist, executed by the Spanish during the Philippine revolution of 1896
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Ri•zal

(riˈzɑl, -ˈsɑl)

n.
José, 1861–96, Philippine patriot, novelist, poet, and physician.
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Ateneo de Davao University will play next to University of Asia and the Pacific of Manila, Rizal Memorial Colleges and University of Mindanao.
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