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  • Region 9

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/38744323/Subanon-Tales-and-Oral-History The Subanon, also called “Subanu,” “Subano,” “Subanen,” are...

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  • Arts in the Moro Region

    motif. The Sarimanok has been transformed into a symbol power, wealth, and rank. Muslim Literature: * Darangen- a popular epic sometimes...

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  • Literary Forms in Related Literature

    exploits of historical and legendary heroes. It tells of a Muslim hero who seeks death at the hands of non-Muslims.        The folk narratives, i.e....

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  • Literature

    exploits of historical and legendary heroes. It tells of a Muslim hero who seeks death at the hands of non-Muslims.        The folk narratives, i.e....

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  • Chapter 1 Philippine Lit.

    rowing song), the mambayu, a Kalinga rice-pounding song, and the verbal jousts/games like the duplo popular during wakes. The folk narratives, such as...

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  • Philippine Literature

    mambayu, a Kalinga rice-pounding song, and the verbal jousts/games like the duplo popular during wakes. The folk narratives, such as...

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  • Places in Philippines

    ostrich, birds and rare species of plants and orchids can be found here. INA POON BATO – As Aetas referred it as “Apo Apang.” It is regarded as the...

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  • Ethno Linguistic Group

    the Tituray, T'boli and the Manobos.              2. Maranao Maranao means "people of the lake." Their homeland is called Lanao or "lake." Their...

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  • Kaymito Leaves Decoction as Antiseptic Mouthwash

    the malong, a tubular cloth), but the aggressive males follow them wherever they go. Dumadel (dooh-mah-DEHL) A festival dance performed by the...

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  • 131200185 Litt

    subsided, Aponi-tolau and his wife went down to the low lands and from them came the people of the world. Summary “A STORY OF THE ORPHAN GIRL”...

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  • Philippine Literature

    As evidence of the high level of pre-Hispanic culture, native literature is illustrated by the Ilocano (language spoken in Northern Luzon)...

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  • Reaction Paper

    predominantlyMuslim region in the Philippines island of Mindanao. They are famous for their artwork, sophisticated weaving, wood and metal crafts, and their...

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  • Beowulf Movie Review

    of Requirements In English MOVIE REVIEW Of BEOWULF Merry Anjela M. Mendoza September 16, 2011 Ms. Maria Dolores Fiao-ag...

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  • Pre Hispanic Lit

    Christiana that same year. In the 17th century, Spanish religious orders founded the first universities in the Philippines, some of which are considered the...

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  • Philippine Airlines

    the Philippines. Headquartered at the Philippine National Bank Financial Center in Pasay City,[2][3] the airline was founded in 1941 and is the first and...

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  • Literature

    Aliguyon, Ilocos – Biagni Lam-ang, Bicol – Ibalon, Mindanao – Darangan, Panay – Hinilawod, Bagobo - Tuwaang Kalinga – Ulaliim, Manobo – Agyu or Olahing,...

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  • Homeric Medicine and Its Contribution to Hippocratic Medicine

    Of Homer's epics, the Iliad contains the most information regarding the treatment of injuries. Extensive in length, this ἔπος spans...

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  • indian english litreture

    of that city claimed. They were not unique in this: numerous old cities of Greece vied with one another to claim the author of the two greatest...

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  • beauty

    Early Irish poetry[edit] Poetry in Irish represents the oldest vernacular poetry in Europe. The earliest examples date from the 6th century,...

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  • Philippine Lit.2

    Philippine Literature The variety and abundance of Philippine literature evolved even before the colonial periods. Folk tales, epics, poems...

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