• Use of English Language
    institution where most of its students are a Chinese decent and they almost have the same curriculum as what is used in the Rizal High School. And in the respondents are both learning to use foreign languages in their daily life. That’s why this study chose the students from Pasig Community School to...
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  • Rizals Love Affair to Josephine Bracken
    ?dulce estranjera,? or sweet foreigner. The loneliness and boredom of exile may have taken its toll as he found himself falling in love quite easily. However, Rizal?s sisters suspected Josephine of being a spy for the Spanish authorities and a threat to his security. There is some disagreement among...
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  • The Fight over the Rizal Law
    | | | | Looking Back The fight over the Rizal Law By Ambeth Ocampo Inquirer First Posted 01:53:00 05/04/2007 Filed Under: Laws, People, Human Interest, EducationMANILA, Philippines -- While writing the conclusion of this two-part column, I caught a story on CNN regarding a new hurdle for prospective...
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  • Movie Reviews
    complex film within a film that attempts to explore the myth of Philippine national hero Jose Rizal, director Mike De Leon's study in manufactured mythology attempts to explore the life of Rizal while simultaneously investigating his influence on modern Philippine society. It seems that the culture...
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  • Rizal Controversy
    . For conclusion, Jose Protacio Mercado Rizal Alonzo Y’ Realonda did a very well job fighting for his own country. With the use of education, he rather chose to be the part of his own raise than live his life with all the glorious benefit of his profession. It seems to be remarkable that these days...
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  • Religious Ideas of Dr. Jose Rizal
    subtle points of scholastic theological debate. Religion to Rizal is intimately connected with daily life, in the way our institutions work, and the unfolding of historical processes. Above all as he matured, religion to him should serve to inspire humans to strive for self-improvement, for a peaceful...
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  • Dsdsdsd
    would have the pleasure, if such action met the desires of the people, in giving the new province the name of Rizal". (28) b. His consuming life purpose was the secret of his moral courage. Physical courage, it is true, was one of his inherited traits. But that high courage to die loving his...
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  • Windows Update
    University Mandaluyong City In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering Michelle M. Bautista Joanne B. Belgica John Delle T. Cachuela Carol A. Flores Ivone S. Lucero January 25, 2013 RIZAL TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY College of...
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  • Rizal Without the Overcoat
    come up with one conclusion. It is clear that whether Americans interfere or not, Rizal was destined to emerge to the Filipino people as one of the most honored men. Rizal is immensely influential to generations of Filipinos.  How he is viewed can help define the course of our history. For Rizal’s...
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  • English Research
    expressing not only the hero’s great love of country but also that of all Filipinos. After a mock trial, he was convicted of rebellion, sedition and of forming illegal association. In the cold morning of December 30, 1896, Rizal, a man whose 35 years of life had been packed with varied activities...
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  • Jade
    PESTICIDAL EFFICACY OF Tinospora rumphii Boerl (MAKABUHAY) An Undergraduate Thesis Presented to the Faculty of the School of Education UNIVERSITY OF RIZAL SYSTEM Rodriguez, Rizal In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Bachelor of Secondary Education...
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    say. Also, though the particular ideas which he selected for emphasis make up a fairly consistent whole, there is nothing startlingly different in their systematic presentation. That Rizal was aware of his system of thought is partly a gratuitous conclusion in view of the fact that most of his...
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  • my work
    absurdities (Rizal Underarm Spray), and make witty observations (Rizal on a devalued one-peso coin is still Number One). They interview people from Rizal's life--his brother Paciano (Joonee Gamboa), his sisters Trining (Rio Locsin) and Narcisa (Cherry Pie Picache), his mother, Dona Lolay (Daria Ramirez...
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  • Rizal's Chinese Overcoat
    . Jose Rizal,” was included in Shubert S. C. Liao, ed., Chinese Participation in Philippine Culture and Economy ([Philippines]: by the editor, 1964), pp. 89-95.] 36. Gregorio F. Zaide, Jose Rizal: Life, Works and Writings (Metro Manila: National Book Store, Inc., 1992), Author’s Preface, p. vi. 37...
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  • Rizal
    Rizal’s dulce extranjera: The widow of Dr. Rizal, born in Hongkong, gave genuine proof of her support of the cause of the country for which her husband gladly gave a life full of vigor and hope, by rendering much service to the insurrection and suffering much want and misfortune. At her request...
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  • El Fili
    devote myself to avenge one day so many victims… 24 So, Rizal was quite young when he first devoted his life to fighting injustice in the Philippines but, according to him, his motivation came in 1872. He did not mention the poem of 1869 to Ponce, which is significant because its general theme is more in...
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  • Rizal
    , and make statements that were clearly pro-Spanish and against revolution”. 2.”That he perform the church rites and make a general confession of his past life”. 3.That henceforth he conduct himself in an exemplary manner as a Spanish subject and a man of religion.” Rizal did not agree with...
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  • Thesis
    dungeon of the main square or Plaza de Armas, and national hero Jose Rizal’s former prison, Rizal Shrine. The bronze footsteps on the fort’s ground represent the final steps Rizal took from his cell to his execution site. There is also a light and sound museum narrating the heroic life and the final poem...
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  • Term Paper Literature
    Rizal: Many books about Rizal came out during this period. Thelaw ordering the additional study of the life of Rizal helped a lot in activating our writers to write books about Rizal. PALANCA AWARDS Another inspiration forwriters in Filipino was the launching of the Palanca Memorial Awards for...
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  • Narrative Report
    NARRATIVE REPORT Presented to the Faculty of the College of Business University of Rizal System Rodriguez, Rizal In Partial Fulfillment of the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Marketing Management REY R. VARGAS 2013 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The author...
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