• The Origin of Rice Bohol Version
    The Rice Myth (Bohol) Long time ago all the land bordering the sea, was ruled by the mighty Aglao, the King of the “Spirit Hunters”. These spirits were powerful and numerous. Their chief recreation was to spend their time hunting deer, unless Aglao needed them to drive away to their common enem
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  • A RESEARCH REPORT ON GROWTH AND YIELD OF RICE INFLUENCED BY VARIETY AND NUMBER OF SEEDLINGS AT LAMJUNG, NEPAL
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  • Rice Mill Vietnam
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  • Origin of the Earth and Its Inhabitants
    ORIGIN OF THE EARTH AND ITS INHABITANTS The various Manobo tribes have differing accounts of the creation of the world: The story of the creation of the world is variable throughout the whole Agúsan Valley. In the district surrounding Talakógon, the creation is attributed to Makalíduñg, th
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  • Comprehensive Analysis of Rice Production
    Comprehensive Analysis of the Philippine Rice production in the past seventeen years Table of Contents Abstract......................................................................................................................... Introduction..............................................
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  • Barong Tagalog
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  • The Study of Philippine History and Its Origin
    CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Introduction The history of Philippines dates back to some 50,000 years ago. It may be surprising but there is sufficient archaeological evidence to back the claim, though we may not conclude that it is the 'history' of 'the Philippines' that dates b
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  • Relgion 133 Version 3
    The Buddhist Tradition ROY C. AMORE l JULIA CHING CHAPTER EIGHT When the continuing-education division of an American university organized a one-day Buddhist retreat, more than a hundred students signed up within a few hours. What is the appeal of Buddhism, especially Buddhist meditation, fo
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  • Cuba Rice Affirmative
    1AC 1AC — Texas Advantage Texas rice industry declining now—lifting the embargo is key to industry sustainability HPJ 10—High Plains Journal (“Texas rice farmers hopeful for end to Cuba embargo”, October, http://www.hpj.com/archives/2010/oct10/oct25/0809TXRiceFarmersHopeforEnd.cfm) EL...
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