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    Manuel L Quezon/Ramon Magsaysay: Richmond Balatbat Sergio Osmena/Ninoy Aquino: Diego Peralta Manuel Roxas: Batac Deme Jhon Douglas McArthur: Justin Alfonso Elpidio Quirino/Ferdinand Marcos: Jeremiah Odiaman Erap Estrada/ Diosdado Macapgal: Javee Garcia Cory Aquino: Karla Guzman...
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  • THE INFLUENCES OF TELENOVELA PROGRAMS OF THE TWO MAJOR TELEVISION NETWORK IN THE PHILIPPINES (ABS-CBN AND GMA NETWORK) AMONG THE FOURTH YEAR STUDENTS OF BETIS HIGH SCHOOL
    DZBC and masterminded the introduction of television to the country in 1953. In the 1951, Linderberg partnered with Antonio Quirino, brother of then President Elpidio Quirino in order to try their hand at television broadcasting. In 1952, BEC was renamed as Alto Broadcasting System or ABS.”Alto...
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  • 1)What Micro Environmental Factors Affected the Introduction and Re-Launch of the Toyota Prius? How Well Has Toyota Dealt with These Factors?
    . FOREIGN AFFAIRS * Anti-Huk Policy – This policy is for nationalism, peace and order in foreign affairs especially with Japan. Elpidio R. Quirino I. POLITICAL * Fireside Chats Program – The weekly report about President Quirino’s activities to the public through radio programs from...
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  • E Quirino And Magsaysay
     "Every epoch has its own heroes and every hero has his own epoch." – E. Quirino Elpidio R. Quirino First term: April 17, 1948-December 30, 1949 (succeeded) Second term: December 30,1949-December 30, 1953 (elected) November 16, 1890 – February 29, 1956 Elpidio Rivera Quirino...
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  • History of Alicia Bohol Philippines
    an audience with President Elpidio Quirino, then seeking reelection, lobbying to create Batuanan into a municipality with a pledge that the people thereat will deliver a solid vote for the liberal Party candidates in the 1949 national elections. Thus, President Elpidio Quirino, during his stopover in...
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  • Phil Hist
    their landlords might hire armed men to kill them In March 1948, Rocas declared the Hukbalahanp and its peasant organization, the Pambansang Kaisahan ng mga Magbubukid (PKM) as illegal Elpidio Quirino, an economist, believed that a country could not be truly independent unless it had achieved...
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    | vacant | 2 | Commonwealth (Restored) | | 5 | | | Manuel Roxas (1892-1948) | May 28, 1946 | April 15, 1948 | Liberal | Elpidio Quirino | 3 | | | | | | | | | | | | Third Republic | | 6 | | | Elpidio Quirino (1890-1956) | April 17, 1948 | December 30, 1953 | | vacant...
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  • Philippine Culture
    liberation of Manila in Feb. 1945, Osmeña reestablished the government. The Philippines achieved full independence on July 4, 1946. Manuel A. Roxas y Acuña was elected its first president, succeeded by Elpidio Quirino (1948–1953), Ramón Magsaysay (1953–1957), Carlos P. García (1957–1961), Diosdado...
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  • Sample Sona
    Official Gazette PH Elpidio Quirino, Third State of the Nation Address, January 22, 1951 Published: January 22, 1951. Latest update: June 1, 2012. “The State of the Nation” Message to Congress of His Excellency Elpidio Quirino President of the Philippines [January 22, 1951] MR...
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    declared illegal 15 April President Roxas dies from a heart attack at Clark Air Field; Vice President Quirino Assumes the Office of President 17 April Elpidio Quirino takes his oath of office as President of the Philippines 8 September The Philippine representative to the Far Eastern Commission...
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  • Presidents of the Philippines
    Presidents of the Philippines First Republic 1. Emilio Aguinaldo (1899 - 1901) CommonWealth Era 2. Manuel L. Quezon (1935 - 19441 Second Republic 3. Jose P. Laurel (1943 - 1945) 4. Sergio Osmena (1944 - 1946) Third Republic 5. Manuel Roxas (1946 - 1948) 6. Elpidio Quirino (1948...
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  • Elpidio
     Elpidio QuirinoElpidio Quirino was a political leader and the 6th president of the Philippines. He was born in Vigan, Ilocos Sur on November 16, 1890. After finishing his law studies at the University of the Philippines in 1915 he hurdled the Bar examinations that same year. He began his public...
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  • Work
    ) President: Manuel L. Roxas (Died of a heart attack) (1946-1948) Vice-President: Elpidio R. Quirino     (1948-1953) President: Elpidio R. Quirino (Assumed the remaining term & re-elected) (1949-1953) Vice-President: Fernando H. Lopez     (1953-1957) President: Ramon F. Magsaysay (Magsaysay...
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  • A Dozen and One Philippine Presidents
    singing of the 1947 Military Bases Agreement. Manuel A. Roxas When Roxas died at a heart attack at Clark Airbase in 1948, his Vice President, Elpidio Quirino, took over. Quirino managed to retain the presidency after clobbering Laurel in the disreputable election of 1949. Aside from...
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  • Post-War Administration, Marcos Administration and Post-Edsa Administration
    died on heart attack, on April 15, 1948 while giving his speech at the Clark Air Force base. He died at the age of 56. And He was succeeded by his vice president, Elpidio Quirino. Elpidio Quirino during his term poverty was present. And because of inflation salary of people cannot come across with...
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    , the Rice Economic Board was set up, making the rice industry the first commodity to have an integrated national planning.     | Elpidio Quirino | 1953 | Placido L. Mapa | Under his tenure, the Rice Economic Board was set up, making the rice industry the first commodity to have an integrated...
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  • Book Review
    succeeded by Elpidio Quirino. Both Roxas & Quirino had to deal with the Hukbalahap, a large anti-Japanese guerrilla organization which became a militant group that discredited the ruling elite. The group was eventually put down by Pres. Quirino's Secretary of Defense, Ramon Magsaysay. Magsaysay...
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  • Former Presidents
    President: Manuel Acuña Roxas Vice: Elpidio Quirino Origin: January 1, 1892 – April 15, 1948 Political Party: Liberal Party Political Qualification: Achievement: Senator of the Philippines, Secretary of Finance, 2nd Speaker of the Philippine House of Representatives, Member of the Philippine...
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  • Jhiyoh
    was the Philippines' Secretary (Minister from 1973 to 1984) of Foreign Affairs under President Elpidio Quirino from 1950 to 1952, under President Diosdado Macapagal from 1963 to 1964 and under President Ferdinand Marcos from 1968 to 1984. In his career in the United Nations, Rómulo was a strong...
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  • Philippine President
    15, 1948. [pic] Elpidio Quirino Political leader and second president of the Independent Republic of the Philippines, Elpidio Quirino was born on November 16, 1890 in Vigan, Ilocos Sur. Vice- president Elpidio Quirino took his oath of office as president on April 17, 1948, two days after...
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