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The Spaniards oppressed the Filipino people for 333 years. There were a lot of Spanish governors-general that came and went for various reasons. The very last one before the Philippines finally became free from the Spaniards was Diego de los Rios. Take note that even if the Filipinos finally...Read More

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Uhh. Isn't the answer supposed to be "Magandang gabi." since evening means gabi?
Gabi= night or evening
Araw= morning or sun

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Under Section 209. Exemption. Public buildings and traditional indigenous family dwelling shall be exempt from payment of building permit fees. Therefore, Public buildings are included in the exemption from paying building permit fees.

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The Filipino province of "Rizal" is named after Jose Rizal, who was a Filipino nationalist during the end period of the Spanish colonialism of Philippine.

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I believe the answer is not in the choices. When we convert decimals to percentages, we move the decimal point two places to the right. So the answer must be 0.4%. Conversely, when we convert percentages to decimals, we move the decimal point two places to the left. That makes 0.4% equivalent...Read More

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Damian Domingo was a Chinese Filipino painter who was the first Filipino painter to paint his self-portrait. Damian was the first of many when it came to being a Filipino painter immersed in the western techniques of painting. Domingo over saw the development of art as the director of the first...Read More

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Inspiration of early art in the Philippines was the life and passion of Christ. This comes from the earliest examples of Philippine art that have been seen around the world. The life and passion of Christ was introduced to the Philippine islands in the 16th century. The early artists from the...Read More

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