carap


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carap

(ˈkæræp; kəˈræp)
n
any of several trees of the genus Carapa, all of which yield timber and have seeds which produce oil
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"Our grieving has not ended," Janet Carap said, adding it would continue unless the government revealed everything about the operation.
The BOI said this indicated that "Tactical Casualty Combat Care" was applied before Carap died.
Janet is the widow of PO2 Peterson Carap, Christine is the widow of PO2 Noble Kiangan while Aurelyn, a migrant worker, is the widow of PO2 Jerry Kayob.
Carap said: "If I were to answer his question, I would say yes because you are the leader.
Carap said it was difficult to accept the way her husband died, insisting that Mr.
Carap said Aquino admitted that he knew what was going on in Mamasapano as early as 7 a.m.
Allaga was a UB graduate, while Golocan, Carap, and Bilog were UC criminology graduates.
"What went wrong?" Janet BolingetCarap, widow of PO2 Peterson Carap, asked Roxas at the policeman's wake at the Church of the Resurrection.
These were the emotionfilled words of Janet " Carap, widow of Police Officer 2 Peterson Carap, that greeted government and police officials who promised her financial and livelihood assistance to ease her pain of losing a husband.
Among those honored here were PO3 Noel Golocan, PO2 Jerry Kayob, PO2 Noble Kiangan, PO2 Walner Danao, PO2 Peterson Carap, PO1 Gringo Cayango and PO1 Angel Kodiamat.
He said Tabdi's constant companion was PO2 Peterson Carap, who was reported to be among the fatalities.
Calixto, a company commander of the Police Regional Public Safety Battalion in Benguet, drew applause from the families and friends of the late PO1 Gringo Cayango, PO1 Angel Kodiamat, PO2 Walner Danao, PO2 Peterson Carap, PO2 Jerry Kayob, PO2 Noble Kiangan and PO3 Noel Golocan.