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n. fabela, fibrocartílago sesamoideo que puede desarrollarse en la cabeza del músculo gastronecmio.
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Raul Fabella raised the problem succinctly in his 2018 book 'Capitalism and Inclusion Under Weak Institutions': 'How does a government with a reputation for nondelivery and wastage improve its prospects as a partner in development moving forward?'
Ortigas and Boni Avenue in Barangay New Zaniga, as well as on Fabella Road in Barangay Addition Hills.
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The fabella is a "sesamoid" bone, meaning it grows in a muscle tendon.
Fabella Maternity Hospital in Manila, they've been constructing it since 2014 but still [there is] more or less 7 percent left and we cannot pay them under a COA rule,' he added.
The fabella, a tiny bone that sits inside the tendon behind the knee, is more than three times as prevalent as 100 years ago -- and now two in five of us have one.
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Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital, a maternity hospital in Santa Cruz, Manila.
Manila: Medical professionals at the Fabella Hospital in the capital delivered the Philippines' symbolic 100 millionth child at 12.35am on Sunday.