• king's new underwear
    THE EMPEROR’S NEW UNDERWEAR Story by Mynardo A. Macaraig (1984) A vain emperor, always on the lookout for the latest fashion, employs two men claiming to be such great tailors that they can make magic clothes. These clothes cannot be seen by stupid people, or those unfit for their job.  After...
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  • king's new underwear
    UNDERWEAR Story by Mynardo A. Macaraig (1984 A vain emperor, always on the lookout for the latest fashion, employs two men claiming to be such great tailors that they can make magic clothes. These clothes cannot be seen by stupid people, or those unfit for their job.  After a while, the emperor...
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  • Literature
    his lantern against his knee, and the mighty roll of his voice booming through the night: "Guardia sereno-o-o! A las doce han dado-o-o!" THE NEW FILIPINO LITERATURE . A part of this period was hailed as Period of Recognition (1950-1961) for it gave birth for several organizations...
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  • Saj Fund
    that there were further judicial reforms to be made. He said, “Our purpose is to fix the system. (3)” In August, he appointed Lourdes Sereno as the new Chief Justice, a position she will hold for eighteen years until she retires at the age of seventy. Upon appointing her, P-Noy entrusted her with the...
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  • Emperors new clothes
    The Emperor’s New Clothes is a story about an emperor who is very fond of his beautiful new clothes. He doesn’t care about anything else in his country but his clothes and he has a different outfit for every hour of the day. One day two swindlers arrive at the capital of the kingdom. They pretend...
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  • Colour Symbolism in CHinese Culture
    happiness and joy. Traditionally, red is widely used in Chinese New Year as well as other festivals in order to symbolize a good fortune and luck. In these festive periods, people tend to dress themselves in red clothes (sometimes including red underwear) to wish for good fortune in the coming year. Being a...
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  • Enlightenment and Revolutionary Age
    After 1700 people began to fend for themselves and make a living off special trades and shops. People began to treat themselves with coffee, tea, underwear, liqueurs, and decorative. By the mid 1700’s the wealthiest commoners lived more comfortably than ever before. Even literature began to focus more...
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  • Anythig
    Filipino which started under the New Society, Martial Rule was at last lifted on January 2, 1981. To those in government, the lifting of military rule heralded a change. To their perceptions, the Philippines became a new nation and this; former President Marcos called “The New Republic of the Philippines...
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  • Emily
    SILK, i.e. what is silk used for? Silk is used to make clothes. These clothing include: blouses, dresses, scarves, pants and ties, pyjamas, and underwear. It can also be made into curtains, draperies, cushion covers and sofa covers. • Where does SILK come from? Think of its origins and write up the...
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  • The Black Balloon Movie Review
    animal, flailing and spitting and biting. Mr. Ford, who was seen earlier this year as the hero’s rambunctious son in “The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor,” makes Charlie a character whose complexity transcends his disability; you can almost decipher the words he is unable to speak. Ms. Down’s sympathetic...
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  • Emperor Julius Caesar: His Rise to Power
    The Emperor Julius Caesar is perhaps most famous as the first Roman Emperor to convert to Christianity. His rise from a humble birth as a peasant boy to Emperor is a tale of bravery, adversity and ultimately triumph through faith. Julius Caesar was born as Γρουχω Γαυλ...
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  • History Final
    and won over by people; established central banking system; opened free public education system; Civil Code of 1804- equal rights among men; became emperor; greedy- lost to Russia; * Napoleon’s Exile- exiled to Elba; came back and fought for power in Hundred Days; final exile in St. Helena * American...
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  • Hiroshima
    buried but unharmed. Father Kleinsorge was a thirty-eight year old German missionary priest. He was reading in his room wearing nothing but his underwear. When Father Kleinsorge first saw the flash he was frightened, panicked and in some way that he was unable to account for, ended up in the vegetable...
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  • Marie Antoinette: The Gall of Gaulle
    and most who saw the painting thought it reminded them of a chemise and could not believe the queen would allow herself to be painted in just her underwear. The gaulle symbolizes Marie’s personality and distinction from everyone else who had come before her. She was not of French descent and did not...
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  • Philippine Literature Part I
    1925-1941 4. Japanese Period: 1941-1945 5. The Rebirth of Freedom: 1946-1970 6. Period of Activism: 1970-1972 7. Period of the New Society: 1972-1981 8. Period of the Third Republic: 1981-1985 9. Contemporary Period: 1986 Literature and History   Literature and...
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  • Philippine Literature
    1910-1925 Period of Self-Discovery: 1925-1941 Japanese Period: 1941-1945 The Rebirth of Freedom: 1946-1970 Period of Activism: 1970-1972 Period of the New Society: 1972-1981 Period of the Third Republic: 1981-1985 Contemporary Period: 1986 Literature and History Literature and history are closely interrelated...
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  • Philippine Literature
       Japanese Period:  1941-1945     5.     The Rebirth  of Freedom: 1946-1970     6.     Period of  Activism: 1970-1972     7.     Period of  the New Society: 1972-1981     8.     Period of  the Third Republic:  1981-1985     9.     Contemporary  Period: 1986      Literature  and History         Literature ...
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  • The Rise of the Deer - Babycham
    status “deer” like logo in an unsuccessful re-branding campaign. However, with the resurgent of the Retro lifestyle in present times, Babycham gets a new lease of life and great opportunity to a re-capture its golden era’s popularity. This paper ascertains that Babycham has survived through the years...
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  • Ye Dilli Hai Mere Yaar
    Delhi is the symbol of old India and new . . . even the stones here whisper to our ears of the ages of long ago and the air we breathe is full of the dust and fragrances of the past, as also of the fresh and piercing winds of the present. Jawaharlal Nehru Delhi as an immortal city because for the...
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  • Gap International
    as soon as his replacement was hired [Kaiser, 2002]. Earlier that month, Gary Muto, former president of Banana Republic division, was appointed the new president of the Gap division of Gap Inc. They were both faced with the inevitable task of developing an effective differentiating enterprise-wide strategy...
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