• Characteristics of a National Hero
    . Onofre D. Corpuz’ and Dr. Alfredo Lagmay’s criteria selected the following nine Filipino historical figures to be recommended as National Heroes: a. Jose Rizal b. Andres Bonifacio c. Emilio Aguinaldo d. Apolinario Mabini e. Marcelo H. del Pilar f. Sultan Dipatuan Kudarat g. Juan Luna...
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  • El Presidente
    Lazaro as Candido Tirona * Ian de Leon as Artemio Ricarte * Alicia Mayer as Inang Bayan (Motherland) * Troy Montero as Frederick Funston * Ronnie Quizon as Apolinario Mabini * Felix Roco as Gregorio Del Pilar * Yul Servo as Pedro A. Paterno * Lou Veloso as Julian Felipe * Ian...
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  • Forgotten Hero
    President. He needed to proclaim independence and for this purpose, Aguinaldo using his power granted by Biak Na Bato as a Dictator, proclaimed independence on June 12, 1989. However, upon advice of Apolinario Mabini, to legitimize his position and government, called for elections of delegates to...
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  • PHILIPPINE HISTORY
    also the first republican government in Asia. Apolinario Mabini served as the Prime Minister. Considered as the “Brain of the Revolution.” Emilio Aguinaldo was proclaimed as President of the Philippines. Feb. 4, 1899 - San Juan Bridge Incident. An American soldier, shot a Katipunero...
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  • Arellano University
    -computer-one student system has been implemented.       In 1986, the college department of AU in Pasay, which was originally established in the Apolinario Mabini High School compound at the corner of Donada and Menlo Streets, transferred to the JASHS campus with the AU President Francisco Cayco...
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  • literature
    sa Inang Espanya Spanish to Tagalog → revolution Andres Bonifacio Emilio Jacinto - editor of Kalayaan Liwanag at Dilim Apolinario Mabini La Revolucion Filipina Leona Florentino - Ilokano poet Gregoria de Jesus Conclusion: At the close of the 19th century, the body of written Philippine...
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  • A Dozen and One Philippine Presidents
    change it a month later to a revolutionary government upon the advice of Apolinario Mabini, the ‘Sublime Paralytic’. Emilio Aguinaldo Perhaps because of his youth or perhaps because of the innate weaknesses of his class, he failed to storm Manila after marching from Kawit to Bacoor, thereby...
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  • Abu Bakr
    leader, and a politician. The narrative tries to cover many highlights in Philippine history including a number of other significant names involved in the nation's fight for independence. These include Andres Bonifacio, Apolinario Mabini, Gregorio del Pilar, Pedro Paterno, and Antonio Luna, to name...
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  • Literature Local and Foriegn
    as Inang Bayan (Motherland) Troy Montero as Frederick Funston Ronnie Quizon as Apolinario Mabini Felix Roco as Gregorio Del Pilar Yul Servo as Pedro A. Paterno Lou Veloso as Julian Felipe Ian Veneracion as Gen.Ernesto Aguirre Dennis Padilla as Tal Placido Roi Vinzon as Lazaro Segovia...
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  • History of Money
    circulation today, as it has been replaced by a 5 peso coin.   10 Pesos The 10 peso note depicts Apolinario Mabini and Andres Bonifacio. You can also get across an older version with only Mabini. On the reverse is the church of Barasoain.     20 Pesos The 20 peso note depicts Manuel L. Quezon. On the...
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  • Rizal First Trip Abroad
    . Revolutionaries such as Andres Bonifacio, Apolinario Mabini, Ladislao Diwa, Marcelo H. del Pilar, Juan Luna, Deodato Arellano, Graciano Lopez-Jaena, H. Pardo de Tavera, and so many others in the Propaganda Movement and La Liga Filipina were also Masons and as such were automatically excommunicated as decreed for...
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  • ahem
    ] Philippine bill issue Before 1998, the image of the church has been depicted in certain monetary bills, namely the English series one peso bill and the Pilipino, Ang Bagong Lipunan, and New Design series ten peso bill together with an image of Apolinario Mabini on the other side. However, it was...
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  • My Brother, My Executioner
    was a good friend of Istak during the stay in Rosales, Pangasinan. He was also the one who lend Dr. Jose Rizal’s novels and even the newspaper to Istak in order for Istak understand more about the situation they’re going through that time. He is also a good friend of Apolinario Mabini who was staying...
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  • Wala Lang
    a title similar to that of Marcelo H. del Pilar. 4. HULING PAALAM (Last Farewell). A translation of Mi Ultimo Adios of Rizal in Tagalog.37. o APOLINARIO MABINIo Apolinario Mabini is known in literature and history as the Sublime Paralytic and the Brains of the Revolution.o EMILIO JACINTOo Emilio...
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  • Batangas
    on August 30, 1896. During the Spanish-American War, many outstanding Batangueños made names in our history. Most notable of them are Apolinario Mabini, also known as the sublime paralytic and "Brains of the Revolution"; Marcela Agoncillo who made the present Philippine flag, and General Miguel...
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  • Youth on Filipino Patriotism
    wanted was recognition of the true Filipino citizen. Jose Rizal, Apolinario Mabini, Emilio Aguinaldo, Gabriela and Diego Silang, Andres Bonifacio, and Lapu-Lapu, to name only a few of the Filipino heroes who gave up their lives for the country's freedom against foreign oppression. They fought with...
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  • hahaha
    Rizal, Andres Bonifacio, Emilio Aguinaldo, Apolinario Mabini, Marcelo H. del Pilar, Sultan Dipatuan Kudarat, Juan Luna, Melchora Aquino (no relation to Benigno Aquino), and Gabriela Silang to be recognized as national heroes on November 15, 1995:[1] As of today, no action has been taken for these recommended National Heroes. ...
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  • Boni, Jaci and Mali
    signed “Dimas-Ilaw,” Jacinto’s pen name. In one of the battles in Majayjay, Laguna, Emilio Jacinto was wounded critically; he died on April 16, 1899 at the age of 24. Apolinario Mabini y Maranan (July 22, 1864 — May 13, 1903) Apolinario Mabini was a Filipino political philosopher and architect...
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  • Rizal Term Paper
    constitution with the help of Jose Ma. Basa who was with him in Hong Kong. The motto wasUnus Instar Omnium(One Like All). Among its members were Deodato Arellano, Andres Bonifacio, Apolinario Mabini, Moises Salvador and Timoteo Lanuza. Although every effort was made to make it a peaceful organization, the...
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  • Anongoras
    Hernandez * Papa Isio * Emilio Jacinto * Antonio Ledesma Jayme * León Kilat * Aniceto Lacson * Francisco Tongio Liongson * Pedro Tongio Liongson * Mariano Llanera * Graciano López Jaena * Vicente Lukbán * Antonio Luna * Juan Luna * Apolinario Mabini * Sultan of Maguindanao...
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