atok


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atok

(æˈtɒk)
n
(Animals) another name for atoc
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He was referring to Dr Mahathir as 'atok' (grandfather) and Anwar as 'abang' (brother).
According to the Philippine Information Agency, extreme cold has been felt in Lower and Upper Englandan and Paoay in Atok town; Kibungan, Nilicob, Proper Madaymen, Taliboy-oc, Cagam-is and Masala as well as in Cada, Mankayan.
This prompted the local police force at Sanyangan Village in Atok town to start a rescue operation which succeeded after an hour, the report said.
Restituto Padilla, spokesperson for the air force, said a Cessna T-41D light plane with the four aboard slammed into a ravine in the vicinity of Atok Trail village in Baguio, about 245 kilometers north of Manila, shortly after taking off from a local airport.
However disappointing the statistics and the system are, there are a few women who have dared to pierce the formidable walls of the political system and have emerged as victors:Tuba Councilor Jessie Marie Alos, Benguet Vice Governor Edna Tabanda and Atok Mayor Concepcion Balao.
In particular the Atok mine, north of Winnaarshoek, has an average grade of 6.06g/t.
Sixteen people, including two minors, were hurt when the bus they were on slammed into an electrical post in Atok, Benguet, on Wednesday.
Scholastica, Scout Barrio, Upper and lower Dagsian, Hillside, Gabriella Silang, Camp 7 and 8, Poliwes, San Vicente, Balsigan, Kias, Loakan, Bubon, Epza, Pinesville, PMA-fort-del-pilar, Atok Trail, Springhills, Kadaclan Village, VOA, DENR Area, Parts of Navy Base and Bakakeng Norte/Sur.
Photos by Edu Jarque A traveling buddy sighed with relief as there was no need to drive to Benguet ndash hailed as the Salad Bowl of the Philippines ndash through the fabled Halsema Highway or Mountain Trail, as the Farmers Market offered an all-access pass to the freshest produce ndash from strawberries and flowers from the orchards of La Trinidad to the vegetables of the mountainsides of Atok and Buguias.