Thursday, March 31, 2016

Terminated TV Cable,Internet and Telephone Companies Hanging in the Electric Post

This is BEFORE PHOTO of the Electric Posts and Streetlights before the modern technology invaded the Philippines. Take note of the difference on the AFTER PHOTO below;
Photo: kahimyang.info
This is the AFTER PHOTO today when modern technology goes to the Philippines.

photo: Manila Bulletin


In the two Photos above posted/mentioned can you see/spot the difference? For short Before and After Technologies took over the Philippines.

Oh My Gulay (OMG)


PowerLine/ Overhead Line Wire
Before there was only one overhead wire installation in the electric post aside for Electric purposes where I recall it was still in log (wood) but because of deforestation the electric companies are using today is cement/concrete electric post ( long cylinder).

Can somebody tell these Television Cable providers in Manila and Provinces,the Telephone and Internet Providers in which Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. started it all hanging wire ( who started it at all, actually)because of the monopoly. When there was a time using a Black Rotary telephone with Party Lines..he he.... that is how young I am hope it is not obvious. 



What is Monopoly?
A monopoly is a situation in which a single company or group owns all or nearly all of the market for a given type of product or service. By definition, monopoly is characterized by an absence of competition, which often results in high prices and inferior products.

According to a strict academic definition, a monopoly is a market containing a single firm. In such instances where a single firm holds monopoly power, the company will typically be forced to divest its assets. Anti-monopoly regulation protects free markets from being dominated by a single entity.

Thereafter Television Cable providers, 

The 3 primary Telecoms and Internet Providers namely, PLDT/Smart/Sun and Globe telecoms and BayanTel not to mention the Sky/destiny Cable and Cignal Cable. Did I forget anyone else?

What the heck, every time when a subscriber of Television Cable terminated its subscription the cable were left hanging or rolling  in the Meralco's Electric Post then here comes the Telecom/Internet providers when the client cease to subscribe again it left the wire hanging or just rolling . Have not you seen the mess you accumulated up there in the electric post?

Did not you know when you upgrade the system for better signal and improvement.  You can remove all the old cables you installed in each providers that no longer exist its uses for the client terminated your services. Your Linemen can recognize the type of cable they installed in each Telephone, Internet and Television cables when they change from previous version of television cable networks to digital box.


Please look up in the sky believe me it is not a plane nor it is Superman, Batman and Spiderman's spider web...it is wiring junks hanging over our head.



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Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Lusail Pedestrian Bridges, Qatar

Lusail Pedestrian Bridges by OCTATUBE INTERNATIONAL BV in Qatar
PHOTO: worldarchitecturenews.com



Inspired the city’s theme, Water is Life, the design of these twin pedestrian bridges is that of a delicate “necklace,” draped along the ring of the Qetaifan Island Marina.
The bridge’s curves trace the radius of the island’s waterfront, while separate walkways weave across the channel creating a chain, its links supported by stainless steel cables affixed to two concrete pylons. The cables are connected to the deck in alignment with the two paths, intertwining the pedestrian experience of each bridge with the structural system that supports it. The experience of the bridges continues beyond the boundaries of their sites; through the use of pattern and repetition in on-grade pathways, the necklace motif links both bridges and extends their character along the entire promenade.
credit/source: http://www.safdierabines.com/portfolio/lusail-pedestrian-bridges/

Lusail Pedestrian Bridges
http://aasarchitecture.com/


Because of the marine environment, all structural elements are executed in duplex stainless steel. Octatube´s scope holds more than 200 tons of this high grade steel. It is used for the production of cantilevering glass floor structures, canopy structures, baluster posts and a lot of other elements. The projects is featured by 2000 square meters of laminated glasses, divided into walkable glass, overhead glazing and the guardrails. The glass throughout the project has bespoke fritting patterns and all along the guardrails both the glass and the walkways will be illuminated by integrated LED lighting.

credit/source: 
http://aasarchitecture.com/2014/05/lusail-pedestrian-bridges.html

Monday, March 28, 2016

Aquino inaugurates Batangas solar farm

‘SMART’ SOLAR FARM Days after former US Vice President Al Gore said in Manila it was not smart to build coal-fired power plants, President Aquino, along with Leandro Leviste (center) and Energy Undersecretary Donato Marcos, leads the launching of a 63.3-megawatt solar farm founded by Leviste in Calatagan, Batangas province.  JOAN BONDOC
‘SMART’ SOLAR FARM Days after former US Vice President Al Gore said in Manila it was not smart to build coal-fired power plants, President Aquino, along with Leandro Leviste (center) and Energy Undersecretary Donato Marcos, leads the launching of a 63.3-megawatt solar farm founded by Leviste in Calatagan, Batangas province. JOAN BONDOC





PRESIDENT Aquino on Wednesday inaugurated the 63.3-megawatt Calatagan Solar Farm, the biggest solar farm in Luzon that has claims to be able to power the noontime energy needs of western Batangas.
Solar Philippines CEO Leandro Leviste said the Calatagan Solar Farm is one of the first of dozens of solar projects completed this year. It began operations just weeks before the Department of Energy’s (DOE)  March 15, 2016 deadline for projects seeking eligibility for feed-in-tariff (FIT) incentives.
The FIT system is a scheme to allow accelerated development of renewable energy by offering incentives to renewable energy producers such as long-term contracts and higher prices for renewable electricity they supply to the grid.



The DOE has started checking on solar power projects and reviewing applications of companies that have applied for FIT.  Companies wishing to qualify for FIT should have projects that are completed, switched on, and exporting power to the Luzon and Visayas grids on or before March 15, said DOE assistant secretary Mario Marasigan.
Right on time
The President inaugurated the project a day after visiting former US Vice President Al Gore called on the Philippines to end its dependence on coal. Gore warned that if such actions are not taken, rising sea levels caused by climate change may threaten 13.6 million Filipinos living in coastal areas.
Experts have said that the Philippines, because of its abundant sunlight, can become one of the world’s first 100 percent renewable energy-powered economies.
At Wednesday’s inauguration, Mr. Aquino highlighted the global significance of projects such as the Calatagan Solar Farm. “Through projects like these, we are proving to the world that even developing countries such as ours can do their share in combating climate change,” he said.
Leviste said the solar farm is among the largest to be completed in Luzon. It comprises over 200,000 panels on a 160-hectare property, and supplies enough power for the entire western Batangas. Over three decades, it will offset over 1 million tons of carbon dioxide, equivalent to planting over 5 million trees. During construction, it employed 2,500 workers, and will continue to employ at least 100 people over 30 years.
He said this is the first solar farm developed, financed, and constructed entirely by local companies. The project is being financed by Philippine Business Bank, Banco de Oro, Chinabank and Bank of Commerce, he said.
The company will soon begin construction on its next projects in Mindanao and Luzon, and aims to complete 500 megawatts by 2017, he said.
Promoting solar energy
Solar Philippines under Leviste, the 22-year-old son of Sen. Loren Legarda, also built the largest solar roof top at SM North Edsa, which President Aquino also launched in November 2014.
Leviste was very lavish in his praise of the President at the event. He credited Mr. Aquino’s renewable energy policies for leading the country to promote and utilize solar energy.
“Because of President Aquino’s visionary leadership, we have crossed the point of no return in our country’s shift away from fossil fuel. For many years, the conventional wisdom was that solar was only a marginal share of the energy mix,” Leviste said in his speech.
In 2016, the Philippines has become the largest solar market in Southeast Asia and one of the largest among emerging markets worldwide, he said.
“Solar has just begun to realize its potential. It will soon not only be cleaner, but cheaper and more reliable than coal, and in a matter of years, supply the majority of our country’s energy needs,” he said.
Only a few days ago, Legarda had criticized the Aquino administration for allowing the construction of 25 coal-fired power plants in the country in the next decade.


credit/source: http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/774477/aquino-inaugurates-batangas-solar-farm

Sunday, March 27, 2016

South Korea's Classic Vocal Group Members


credit/source: twitter.com and UAngelVoice

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

15 ways apple cider vinegar can benefit your health and home

credit/by ANGEL CHANG

One of my resolutions this year is to move away from using harsh commercial products for my health and home, and instead opt for powerful, all-natural remedies.

In an exclusive guide below, we explore one of the most powerful and nontoxic products around: apple cider vinegar.

Just like organic coconut oil, apple cider vinegar is a great all-natural alternative that can be found in any grocery store — and yields many wonderful health and home benefits!

When unfiltered, unpasteurized, and raw, apple cider vinegar contains "mother of vinegar" — a concentrated, nutritional element that has bacterial and fungal-fighting properties.

Apple cider vinegar can be used to improve your life in various ways, from neutralizing smelly odors on your body and in your home, to helping your body break down food and clearing your sinuses.

Scroll further to click through all the fantastic benefits of apple cider vinegar, and let us know what you think in the comments below!

1. Soothes A Sore Throat

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Maya Borenstein For LittleThings

Apple cider vinegar has a surprisingly powerful host of abilities, including the ability to fight germs and bacteria.

Next time you feel pain or discomfort in your throat, try mixing about 1/4 cup of apple cider vinegar with a cup of warm water.

Gargle this mixture once every hour, for the acidic components of the vinegar to deplete the germs.

2. Relieves Heartburn

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Maya Borenstein For LittleThings

Many people turn to apple cider vinegar, and not antacids, to relieve symptoms of heartburn.

Reflux and heartburn are often caused by too little acid in the stomach, rather than too much.

Apple cider vinegar can aid digestion in giving our stomachs the heathy acid it needs, by mimicking the acidic conditions of the stomach to help break down food.

Try taking a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar with water to soothe stomach troubles!

3. Clears A Stuffy Nose

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Maya Borenstein For LittleThings


Apple cider vinegar can also be used to effectively treat a sinus infection. It contains healthy levels of B and E vitamins, calcium, potassium, and magnesium — all of which can help clear sinus cavities, and soothe allergy symptoms and breakouts.

Apple cider vinegar also has a relatively high pH level, that can help thin mucus, and break down bacteria growth.

Combine a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar with a glass of water to drink next time your nose is stuffy.

4. Gets Rid Of Dandruff

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Maya Borenstein For LittleThings

Dr. Oz suggests using apple cider vinegar to treat dandruff.

The high levels of acidity in the vinegar balances out the pH on your scalp, preventing further growth of yeast and bacteria.

Combine 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar with 1/4 cup water, and spritz with a spray bottle. Wrap your hair with a towel, and let it sit for 15 minutes before rinsing.

5. Relieves Nocturnal Leg Cramps

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Maya Borenstein For LittleThings

At times, leg cramps can signify that you have low levels of potassium in your body.

Mix two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar with a teaspoon of honey and one glass of warm water to make a home remedy.

The high levels of potassium in the cider vinegar will help soothe any cramps you may have.

6. Soothes Itchy Skin

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Maya Borenstein For LittleThings

Apple cider vinegar is a highly effective antiseptic with great antifungal properties. This could all have an amazing effect on itchy, burning skin.

You can apply the apple cider vinegar to areas on your own skin, and even use small amounts on your pets with dry, itchy skin.

To use, add a few drops of raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar onto a cotton ball, and dab it onto the affected areas.

7. Removes Warts And Moles

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Maya Borenstein For LittleThings

Warts can appear anywhere on the body. They're caused by the HPV virus, which can enter the body through tiny cuts and injuries on the skin.

To naturally remove warts, try mixing one cup of apple cider vinegar with water, and apply it onto the skin with a cotton ball.

You can also soak the area in a bowl of diluted apple cider vinegar. Do this for 20 minutes every night until you see a visible change.

8. Gets Rid Of Smelly Feet

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Maya Borenstein For LittleThings

Apple cider vinegar can effectively fight off the bacteria that is causing unpleasant odors on your feet, by naturalizing the pH levels on your skin.

Pour a cup of apple cider vinegar on baby wipes, and soak the wipes in the fridge overnight. Rub the wipes on the soles of your feet as often as you need to.

You can also soak your feet directly in the apple cider vinegar as another odor-fighting remedy.

9. Reduces Gas And Bloating

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Maya Borenstein For LittleThings

Many health practitioners recommend using apple cider vinegar to treat digestive issues, according to LIVESTRONG.

To prevent gas and bloating, drink a glass of cider vinegar diluted in water before taking your meals.

This will get your digestive system going much faster, so that food can be broken down at a more efficient rate.

10. Neutralizes Odors At Home

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Maya Borenstein For LittleThings

Next time you're about to dish out money for a new set of air fresheners, remember that apple cider vinegar works wonders for neutralizing smelly odors.

Dilute a cup of cider vinegar with a cup of water, and spritz it using a spray bottle. This should clear up any nasty smells you have in your home.

11. Is Used As A Nontoxic Cleaner

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Maya Borenstein For LittleThings

Apple cider vinegar can also work wonders as a multipurpose household cleaner.

Raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar has powerful bacteria-fighting components that many commercial cleaners and vinegars do not have.

Simply combine equal parts cider vinegar and water to make your own cleaning solution, and use it to scrub down dirt and stains.

12. Unclogs Drains

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Maya Borenstein For LittleThings

Not all clogged drains need to be resolved by chemicals.

Mix 1/2 cup baking soda with a cup of apple cider vinegar to create a bubbling "volcano" effect for your drain.

This should work just as well as other solutions.

13. Gets Rid Of Mildew

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Maya Borenstein For LittleThings

Apply unfiltered apple cider vinegar to surfaces with mildew to destroy the mold. Wash over the area with a brush, and let it dry.

Unlike harsher substances like bleach, apple cider vinegar is completely nontoxic, and is more than 80 percent effective at getting rid of mold and mildew.

If you're cleaning something more specific, say, your shower curtain, simply toss it into the washing machine with 1/2 cup baking soda and a cup of vinegar for the rinse cycle.

14. De-Wrinkles Clothes

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Maya Borenstein For LittleThings

There are several hacks to iron out the wrinkles in your clothes — without using an iron.

Combine apple cider vinegar and water with a one-to-three ratio into a spray bottle, and spritz directly onto the wrinkles.

Then, simply let the clothes hang dry.

15. Removes Furniture Stains

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Maya Borenstein For LittleThings

As you can probably tell by now, apple cider vinegar is the magical solution to practically everything related to cleaning.

The substance can even remove water and food stains from furniture, carpets, and cloth!

Use unfiltered vinegar, and maybe even add a few tablespoons of salt, to make a solution to rub onto the stain. Let it dry, and then vacuum over the surface.

credit/source: http://www.aol.com/article/2016/03/04/15-ways-apple-cider-vinegar-can-benefit-your-health-and-home/21322932/
via littlethings.com

Saturday, March 19, 2016

55 dead in passenger jet plane crash in Russia and Alaska hit by 6.8-magnitude earthquake:

photo/image credit RT-Russian news station
March 19, 2016

08:30  55 dead in passenger jet plane crash in Russia:   JUST IN: A UAE plane has crash landed in Southern Russia, killing over 61 people. Euronews reported the flight is said to have come from Dubai and to have crashed on its second attempt to land.

Russian news station RT has published dramatic CCTV imagery of an explosion which appears to have happened close to a main road.


Image: A CCTV grab of the moment when the plane crash landed.

08:14  "The plane with 55 passengers and four or five crew on board, coming from Dubai, crashed as came into land at the airport in Rostov-on-Don,'  Marina Kostioukova, spokesman for the local emergencies ministry, was quoted by The Straits Times as saying.

cerdit/source: http://news.rediff.com/commentary/2016/mar/19/liveupdates.htm


 Alaska hit by 6.8-magnitude earthquake: USGS





08:42  Alaska hit by 6.8-magnitude earthquake: USGS:  A strong and shallow 6.2 magnitude earthquake hit off Alaska, US experts said. The quake occurred at 5:35 pm Anchorage time yesterday and was located at a depth of 10 kilometers some 45 miles south of Atka, Alaska, according to the US Geological Survey.

cerdit/source: http://news.rediff.com/commentary/2016/mar/19/liveupdates.htm

Thursday, March 17, 2016

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION 2016 Result

MANILA, Philippines – The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announces that 2,046 out of 2,596 passed the Medical Technologist Licensure Examination given by the Board of Medical Technology in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cebu and Davao this March 2016.
Roll of Successful Examinees in the MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION Held on MARCH 9 & 10, 2016 Released on MARCH 15, 2016
Please click the link below for complete view of the list/roll of successful examiness.
credit/source: http://www.philstar.com/exam-results/2016/03/17/1563851/medical-technologist-licensure-examination

Physician Licensure Examination 2016 Result

MANILA, Philippines – The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announces that 483 out of 1,044 passed the Physician Licensure Examination given by the Board of Medicine in the cities of Manila, Baguio and Cebu this March 2016.
 Roll of Successful Examinees in the PHYSICIAN LICENSURE EXAMINATION

Held on MARCH 6, 2016 & FF. DAYS Released on MARCH 16, 2016

1 ABANTO, MARA JOAN CASTILLO
2 ABDEL-NABI, MAJED MAHMOUD
3 ABDURAJAN, SHALIMA SALIH
4 ABILLA, SWEENY ANNE TRAPA
5 ABORQUE, JESUS CESARIO JR JAVINES
6 ABRAZALDO, STEFFI JOYCE MARIE CRUZ
7 ABRENICA, KRISANTA ANGCON
8 ABU-RUMMAN, MUNEER OLIVEROS
9 ACOSTA, CHRISLER HINTAY
10 ACOSTA, JOHNMAE CHARITY LIRIOS
11 ACOSTA, MAIAH ONG
12 AGAWA, REYNALDO AUREUS
13 AGITO, KATHLEEN DORIA
14 AGLUGUB, JENNIFER PADILLA
15 AGUILA, ROBIN MYAN ROSALES
16 AGUINALDO, JENNY SALES
17 AGUSTIN, GYROID HARRY HUMARANG
18 AGUSTIN, HOLLYANN FRANZA
19 AGUSTIN, POCHOLO RODRIGO REGIS
20 AHAJA, NORODOM KONG
21 AHAJA, RAISA KANTI
22 AIROSO, APRIL ROSE JABOLIN
23 AL NEZARI, MOSHARI AMER MOHAMMAD
24 ALAJAS, AL PATRICK CAJANDAB
25 ALBANO, JAN EDWARD PACIS
26 ALCAN, MYLA HONTIVEROS
27 ALCORIZA, ELLYNEL CHARISSE SANTOS
28 ALEGARBES, DONNA MIREN ROCACURVA
29 ALFONSO, ALEXANDER CARLO CATAPUSAN
30 ALMELOR, FRANCIS CASTROVERDE
31 ALMOROS, TIFFANNY DAWN ENDRANO
32 ALVAREZ, KRISTINE HAZEL MARIE MENESES
33 AMANTE, JEE JOHN MONTE
34 AMIT, JANSIL MARIE LORECHE
35 AMURAO, MA KATHRINA PEÑALOZA
36 ANCHETA, KRYSTAL CAROL AGUILAR
37 ANGLOPEZ-VILLASIS, MAE THERESE DE JOSE
38 ANTONIO, AILEEN BEATRICE GABRIEL
39 APOSTOL, FLOR APPLE ARCIGA
40 AQUINO, FARICA ARMANE ELLAMIL
41 AQUINO, JULIUS CLARENCE FACUN
42 AQUINO, SARAH LIZETTE SORIANO
43 ARGUELLES, KATRINA GRACE SELOSA
44 ARNUCO, FLORO DAVE BOONGALING
45 ARROYO, ANTHONY BONAYON
46 ARROYO, MICHAELA FRANCESCA LEDESMA
47 ASOY, JOHN RAPH ALAMEDA
48 ASOY, MARIZ TRINIDAD
49 ATACADOR, JULIUS ARKHE AREVALO
50 ATO, VIDA MARICE FABRIGAR
51 AURELIO, JOZIL BOBO
52 AUSTERO, RAINIER MALASAGA
53 AZARCON, LEAND JOHN CRISALDO
54 BAJALA, KRISHA MAE GUADALUPE
55 BAJAR, MARES KRISHNAA BARONA
56 BALOTA, ELMER ALBERT CANOY
57 BALUYUT, ROSHELLE ANNE AGRES
58 BAQUILOD, MARTIN LORENZO MIGUEL
59 BARCENAS, EMBERLI CHEL SUMILANG
60 BARSABAL, CARLA SIDDAYAO
61 BARSAGA, MARK LESTER AGBING
62 BASA, JOHN CAESAR GONZALVO
63 BATHAN, APPLE ANNE TAPIRU
64 BAUI, BERNARD JR GUZMAN
65 BAUTISTA, ERNIE II GUERIÑA
66 BAUTISTA, KAREN MAY ABUAN
67 BEATRIZ, ROXANNE MARIE CUCIO
68 BEESLA, SUNDEEP KAUR BENITEZ
69 BELADA, RALPH PATRICK GONZALES
70 BELLO, JOHN BRYAN CALMA
71 BERNARDO, EFREN JR CAPALAD
72 BERNARDO, MA NOANA CRESENCIANA RILLORAZA
73 BERNARDO, POCHOLO CARLO RIVERA
74 BINGCO, VANESSA COSO
75 BISQUERA, NICHOLE ANDREA NATIVIDAD
76 BIÑAS, JOMARI RIEZA
77 BOLODO, CRYSTAL JOY MORANDARTE
78 BONOAN, CAMILLE GRACE QUIAMAS
79 BORDADOR, LORD CHRIS ANGELO MAGLEO
80 BRION, MARCO ALBERTO CALAYAN
81 BRUNIO, MYLEEN DATAY
82 BUENAFE, JONAS JOAQUIN RESPICIO
83 BUENO, RALPH DELDA
84 BUGTAI, MARYROSE SAYON
85 BUMALAY, MARIVIC OLARTE
86 BUNUAN, LYANNE JOI RAGUDO
87 BUSCATO, RONALD JARVIK ALMAGRO
88 BUSTOS, PRECIOUS ROSE YABUT
89 CABALLERO, JOHNN MARK CLAVERIA
90 CABALLES, CYRUS TY
91 CABANG, ELOISE MAXINE BERNADAS
92 CABATO, PATRICIA KATHERINE DESIDERIO
93 CADIANG, LESLIE ALEN GARCIA
94 CAFINO, RENTOR YCAZA
95 CALISANG, VAN SAMUEL FERNANDEZ
96 CALLANTA, KAYCEE UYGIOCO
97 CALUPAS, LAURIE MARIE CACERES
98 CAMARINTA, KARLA MAE ISRAEL
99 CANDIDO, DHANIEL CALMA
100 CAPALA, ISAVELINA FRANCESCA ANGELES
101 CAPUCHINO, MARICEL MODALES
102 CARDEÑO, SHEREE ANN RACHILLE MERCADO
103 CASAS, PATRICK JOSEPH STA ROSA
104 CASEM, PRINCESS JOY PAGTALUNAN
105 CASTILLO, JUAN FELIPE FLORES
106 CASTRO, JOHN MICHAEL PERANDOS
107 CATIPAY, FRANCES ANNE AGAPITO
108 CAÑEDA-RIVERA, JELLY JADE ABIAN
109 CAÑETE, JOANNES PAUL GARCIA
110 CEBEDO, RAYMOND EDWARD DE LEON
111 CENETA, RAYMOND DIMANDAN
112 CERDEÑO, RUBY COBILLA
113 CERVANTES, WINTER HILONGO
114 CHENG, MYDEN CANONIZADO
115 CHIO, KATHERINE GARCIA
116 CHIOMBON, RADHARANI LIBONGCO
117 CHUA, ANNA KRYSTEL ROSARIO
118 CHUA, CESAR ANTHONY CONVOCAR
119 CHUA, JEMUEL AVES
120 CLARITO, EUNICE LOVELLE ROSAROSO
121 CLARITO, KRISTY ANN ROSAROSO
122 CODILAN, MERCIA JOANNE MARIANO
123 COJUANGCO, MARIA PAOLA SOLEDAD SCHULZE
124 COPINA, EARL CABRERA
125 CORDOVA, KARLA LOUBELLE SALVADOR
126 CORONEL, MARIE FRANCE PASCUAL
127 CORTES, NARCISE ROMAN SANCHO BERNABE
128 CRUZ, CLARISSA MARIE MANALO
129 CRUZ, IVERSON SORIANO
130 CRUZ, KATZEN CONSULTA
131 CRUZ, ROSCOE BUNDOC
132 CUERDO, ANNA ROSSA MAGDA SANTERO
133 CUSTODIO, MICHAEL RETAMAL
134 CUYCO, KENT LEY TROY CABLAY
135 DALANGIN, SUNNIL ACLAN
136 DAMALERIO, MAY FAIR LACIERDA
137 DANTES, BENAZER IRAHAM
138 DAPAT, JO ELSON GALUTAN
139 DAVID, ARIS MIGUEL DIMAANO
140 DAYO, NEIL ROWLAND FORDAN
141 DE CHAVEZ, DAVID JOHN SANTOS
142 DE CHAVEZ, MATTHEW NELSON BARTOLOME
143 DE GUZMAN, VERNON JOSEPH ABERILLA
144 DE LARA, CHARLES ALAIN ARAGON
145 DE LEON, EMMANUEL SILVESTRE
146 DE LEON, JAN BRAE RAYA
147 DE LEON, RACHEL LESLIE ARAFILES
148 DE LEON, VINCENT SENDIN
149 DE VILLA, JOHN VINCENT PAUL VARGAS
150 DEL MUNDO, JAIME ROMULO REJANO
151 DEL ROSARIO, ALFRED RAVELAZ
152 DELA CHICA, JOSE JULIUS ESCALONA
153 DELA CRUZ, CRISIDA ORDOÑEZ
154 DELA CRUZ, JUANITO JR SORIANO
155 DELA CRUZ, ROCHELLE FERNANDEZ
156 DELOS REYES, RACHELL MARIE FERRER
157 DEMITION, CHRISTOPHER FRANCISCO
158 DIAZ, MAERENE KATE CODAMON
159 DICTADO, MARIZ INSAURIGA
160 DILOY, FRANCINE NAYRA
161 DIMALANTA, CARMELA LAUREN GUTIERREZ
162 DIMALIBOT, JAN ELIZON PROTACIO
163 DIZON-SERRA, MARRIANE PATRICIA CASTAÑEDA
164 DOCTOLERO, MICHAEL REY TABACO
165 DOMINGO, JESSA MEA UGALINO
166 DOMINGO, MAR JOSEPH DON ZACHARIAS CARDINAL
167 DY, DINO LORENZO APOSTOL
168 EDILLOR, FRANCIS RAY PARIS
169 ELANG, WARITH-THIA MUHAJIL
170 ELGUIRA, LAMBERT LEMUEL DIO
171 ENARIO, DARIUS RANILE
172 ENOLVA, RACHELLE OLUNAN
173 ENRIQUEZ, MA GERIANNE CRUZ
174 ESCARDA, ANN BERNADETTE MANONDO
175 ESCOTO, KATHLEEN ROSE IRISH BONAOBRA
176 ESCOTO, ROXANNE SHAYNE BONAOBRA
177 ESPEDILLON, DENNIS PURA
178 ESPINOSA, LYNNEL JOY BORCILLO
179 ESPIRIDION, KRISTIA BETCO
180 ESTRADA, ALTAIR JIAN BAMBICO
181 ESTRAÑERO, DON XAVIER WERBA
182 EXCHAURE, NEIL MERVIN MALALUAN
183 FABIAN, PAOLO CHESTER TAN
184 FERMANEJO, ABEGAIL MEROY
185 FERNANDEZ, EDBERT LEONG
186 FERRAREN, DAHLIA GRACIA CUARTERO
187 FIGURA, ANA FRANCESCA CASPE
188 FILOTEO, MICHAEL ANGELO HERRERA
189 FLORES, CARMICHELLE ESTHER CONCHADA
190 FLORES, LOIDA LISBOA
191 FLORES, MARIA KRISTINA PAMANDANAN
192 FONTANILLA, AGATHA ROSALES
193 FORMALEJO, CORDELLA PELAEZ
194 FORMANTES, LAURA SOPHIA GERARDO
195 FORONDA, SALCEDO JR ROSARIO
196 GABAY, PAUL TIMOTHY KEMPIS
197 GABAYOYO, MARINEL JUNCO
198 GADINGAN, AISHA MAE AMARILLE
199 GARCIA, JOHARA MAE BARENG
200 GARCIA, KLARHYCELLE AMIO
201 GARCIA, PAUL MITCHELL LABRADOR
202 GAUTANE, ROSE ANN AMANTE
203 GENETIANO, ROGELIO JR SIBAYAN
204 GENOVEZA, MA ESTRELLA DURAN
205 GINES, PACIFICO III DELGADO
206 GO, JACQUELOU ESTORNINOS
207 GO, KRISTINE ELIZEL LIM
208 GO, ROCHELLE ELOISE ROBLES
209 GONZAGA, RENE JAVIER
210 GONZALES, KRISTINE SARMIENTO
211 GONZALES, STEPHEN AGAN
212 GONZALES, XANDRA ANGELICA IFURUNG
213 GORGONIO, STAN REY PEQUE
214 GRAFIL, KEITH DARRYL DEO CHIO
215 GRANDE, CHERRY DESPOJO
216 GRATIL, LOISE COLEEN REBUSTILLO
217 GUEVARRA, JANELLE RUTH JACULBA
218 GUIANI, MA ELEANAR SAGUIGUIT
219 GUILLEN, KEN O'NEAL MALIGAYA
220 GUILLERMO, JOAQUIN JR LACSINA
221 GUINTA, FAIRODZ KASAN
222 GUZMAN, CHRISTIAN VION BANGAYAN
223 GUZON, CHRISTINE GRACE RIOSA
224 HAJIRON, RHEANA-MAZDA NAPII
225 HARAIN, FATIMA RIDZKA WATA
226 HAVERIA-MANLAPAZ, CHERRYL VILLARUEL
227 HERNANDEZ, ARNULFO JR LOPEGA
228 HERNANDEZ, IRISH CRISTINE AMBAY
229 HIZON, GEOFFREY JOHN SANTIAGO
230 HOLGUIN, CECILIA MARIE MENDOZA
231 HORCA, REMIE BABIANO
232 IGUBAN, MAJOERIE SUANGCO
233 INSO, ROBBY CARL JIMENEZ
234 IPAPO, PAUL ANGELO PERALTA
235 JACINTO, RYAN FLORES
236 JAMIRI, FAUZIA JAMAHARI
237 JAVIER, CHRISTOPHER AHIT
238 JIMENEZ, SARAH JANE AMERNA
239 JOSE, HENRICO ZAPANTA
240 JUAN, MART BLAS ANGELO POSADAS
241 JUHAN, ABDELNASIEF AHAJAN
242 JUSON, JOSEFINA JOY TOLENTINO
243 KASIM, EID-MUBARAK BAYBAYAN
244 LABARDA, ALDRIN LAGMAN
245 LAGARE, JEZZEL JOICE GUARNES
246 LANGGA, JONNA MAY TAMBIGA
247 LAPORGA, JOAHNNE CAMBA
248 LAPUZ, BERNARD MATEO
249 LASTIMOSA, MAE MARJORY NAGA
250 LASTIMOSO, RENE ANDO
251 LASTIMOSO, SHEENA LENORE GUMAPAC
252 LAURENTE, RWIDZ SHAN QUE
253 LAZARTE, VINCI ROSACIA
254 LEBRUDO, MARIA JANINA HEBRON
255 LEONARDO, JENNIFER DE LA CUESTA
256 LEYBLE, ARNOLD VINCENT SORIANO
257 LEYNES, MARK DANIEL CALICDAN
258 LEYSA, PRINCESS JOY PASTERA
259 LIKIYAN, JEMMA LACHAONA
260 LIM, ARIEL JR JEANJAQUET
261 LIM, ARIENE DAISYLUZ JEANJAQUET
262 LIM, JOANNE BERNADETTE HERMINIGILDO
263 LIM, JOSHUA JOSSEN ZAÑO
264 LIM, WILSON JAMES CHU
265 LIPAYON, KRISTYN JOSOL
266 LLANES, ANNE INANDAN
267 LLEMIT, KENNETH ALMAGRO
268 LO, JANICE ALBOR
269 LOMANTA, JAN MICHAEL JESSE CAJETA
270 LOPEZ, MARIA CASELYN FRANCISCO
271 LOPEZ, MARIAN JOHANNA ALCANTARA
272 LOPEZ, RUTH FABRO
273 LOZADA, RAYMOND HIPONIA
274 LUAGUE, ZEBEDEE MINOR
275 LUCILA, MICHAEL ANGELO NIEVA
276 LUNA, RITCHEL JUNTILLA
277 MACALA, ABDULAZIZ BUENASEDA
278 MACATANGAY, MIKHAILJON SAMUEL CASTILLO
279 MADAMBA, WILSTER DON DOLORES
280 MAGARANG, JAMIEL NUÑEZ
281 MAGLANGIT, DIADEM JANE CUAMBOT
282 MAGPANTAY, GELOME CORDOVA
283 MALANAO, RYAN KING RODRIGUEZ
284 MALASAN, ROVY JERVIS PRIMERO
285 MALAYAO, ARRIANE KRISTEL PASCUA
286 MALEON, RIA CECILIA SARMIENTO
287 MALVEDA, MARIE ANGELIQUE SANTOS
288 MAMINO, ANA KATRINA ATIENZA
289 MANABAT, ARMAND JERIC WONG
290 MANAHAN, JOSHUA BRILLO
291 MANALANG, MARYGLOR SAL
292 MANALO, MARLO ADRIAN AGUILA
293 MANARANG, GRACE HAZIEL CARLOS
294 MANCOL, ZYKA LORRAINE DIGAL
295 MANUEL, CESAR JR UNABIA
296 MANUEL, MARVILLO MORENO
297 MARA, IVY VANESSA SOTTO
298 MARABE, LIZA MAE TAM
299 MARAGGUN, ANNA JOY ACORDA
300 MARCA, ZYRA DIAZ
301 MARDO, NEYZIEL DE GUZMAN
302 MARIANO, LOURDES RESURECCION DIAZ
303 MARTIN, GERARD JR OLIVETE
304 MATABUENA, MAIKA ALMINA FERRER
305 MATIRA, JOAN STEPHANIE SELOSA
306 MATO, MARC FLORENDO BANSIG
307 MEDINA, KENNETH JOHN PAULO MANIMBO
308 MEDRANO, CHRISTOPHER SANTOS
309 MENDOZA, CHARMAINE MAE CAPUMPUE
310 MENDOZA, PAUL ANDREW LUMBA
311 MENDOZA, RYANN CHRISTOFFER MENDOZA
312 MENESES, NATHALIE YASOL
313 MINA, HENRY ISHMAEL DEOCAREZA
314 MIRALLES, ANTHONY LORENZO DAKILA SERDONCILLO
315 MOHAMAD, MIDZRAINA LYNE AJULA
316 MOLINA, MANUEL JR JUAN
317 MONSANTO, RANEE ZARA BUÑAG
318 MONTEAGUDO, MELANIE KOLAWOLE
319 MORALES, JOSHUA MACIAS FAJARDO
320 MORALES, LIEZEL TORRES
321 MURAKAMI, KENNETH GEORGE CONILAS
322 MURILLO, JOAQUIN II DAMASCO
323 NACIONAL, PAOLO NONATO CASTRO
324 NAGPIING, JEAN REYES
325 NAIN, SARAH ESCANDAR
326 NARBARTE, MARIANNE ROSELLE PERALTA
327 NARBARTE, MARLON ROMMEL PERALTA
328 NARIO, JESSICA MAE MERCADO
329 NARSOLIS, CHRISTINE IRISH DEREQUITO
330 NAVALTA, GERMIE ANNE MAGBITANG
331 NAVARRO, CELESTE SATURNINO
332 NUYLAN, JULIE ANN ENCARNACION
333 OCAMPO, ALDRIN BATALLA
334 OCAMPO, MARVIN ROBERT LUPISAN
335 OJADAS, LEA DEE PACIS
336 OLASIMAN, STEPHANIE RAE PAJO
337 OPAY, NOEL GEORGE LEGASPI
338 OPENIANO, MARIA SARLINE RIVERA
339 ORELLANA, JOI MARIE RACELIS
340 ORPILLA, RICHTER HILOMEN
341 PABLICO, JOHN PATRICK CABASAL
342 PABLO, JIRINA RIZZIE PANGILINAN
343 PADILLA, NOAH GONZALES
344 PAGALILAUAN, GERARD GETTY ALBAN
345 PAGHUBASAN, JONATHAN MARATAS
346 PALERMO, SHERAH GYNN ROSAROSO
347 PALTAO, GARRETT PASCO
348 PAMINTUAN, MA ISABELLA CALIWARA
349 PAMITTAN, DOMINGO JR TELAN
350 PANDAY, JOHN PETER OROZCO
351 PANGCOGA, ROSNIFAH TINGARA-AN
352 PAQUIBO, EMILY CHRISTINE MABIDA
353 PAREJA, JOHN PAUL CRUZ
354 PASCUA, KRIZNA NAKPIL
355 PATAL-E, MELCHOR JR BADONGEN
356 PAYLIP, RAQUEL ROLLS
357 PENDALIDAY, HAJAR FATIMA DILANGALEN
358 PEREZ, MARIA ANNA FERNANDEZ
359 PICHAY, DIANA EMMANUELLE ALBANO
360 PILONES, CHRISTIAN AMANDEL VALDEZ
361 PUTIZ, ED MICHAEL ROALES
362 RADJA, NASHEERA WAHID
363 RAMIREZ, CHEREYLYNN RUTH LIU
364 RAMOS, CLAIRE MONICA BICENIO
365 RAMOS, JERZEL GUTIERREZ
366 RAMOS, KRISTINE ABIGAIL SANTILLAN
367 REBANAL, MARY REMILENNE ESCOBAR
368 REBLORA, LIAN MARIZ PALO
369 REJANTE, TITO GUILLERMO DEE
370 REOMA, JHANEALLE PRINCESS FELICILDA
371 RESCOBER, FLORA KATRINA MORTE
372 REYES, HAIDER HUSSIN
373 REYES, TEODORO ANTON VILLA
374 RIGA, AL-JOMANAH PANDAPATAN
375 RIOFLORIDO, SHERILYN PORTENTO
376 RIVERA, ANASTAESZA YSABELLE ALEXIS ANGELES
377 RIVERA, JAN ERIC AGUILAR
378 RIVERA, JANDIE RUIZ
379 ROGAN, PAULA ANGELA YEBAN
380 ROQUERO, KATRINA LEI MONTE
381 ROSAROSO, MARIDEL LIEU
382 ROY, RAY CARLO ALDEA
383 RUTA, JOSEPH RAYMOND II BOLIVAR
384 SABONG, LERREZYL MADEJA
385 SALAZAR, RAY ALEXANDRA CONSUELO CABALLES
386 SALEM, EDGAR JR MONTES
387 SALENGA, JASON DIPASUPIL
388 SALISE, MARY ANGELI FIDELIS MARTIREZ
389 SAMONTE, FREDERICK ALCONIS
390 SAMSIN, LORIZA GONZALES
391 SANDOVAL, VELLANIE BUENAVENTURA
392 SANDOY, ROVI FLORESA OPIÑA
393 SANTIAGO, MAHALLA MAE MAPAGU
394 SANTIAGO, MARIELLE UCHIDA
395 SARABOSING, EARL DU JUNNAN PACTORES
396 SARTE, ROLLEN MARTIN III BADONG
397 SENGCO, CATHERINE GOMEZ
398 SEPADA, PAUL JOHN PARCON
399 SERRANO, DIOREY JESSE RODA
400 SEÑERES, ANA MARIA MERCEDITA SUMERA
401 SHEIKH AL BAIDANI, SUMIYA SEMBLANTE
402 SIANGHIO, ANGELYNN SANTOS
403 SIAZON, WILBART HARVEY SANA
404 SIGUA, ROXANNE CUALES
405 SILVALLANA, RICHELLE ALABASO
406 SIMPORIOS, WALFREY DON CRUZ
407 SINAHON, KEILAH GONZALES
408 SINGH, JASPER IGUALDO
409 SISON, RAQUEL CRUZ
410 SOLANG, KATHRYNNE ENDENNA MACLIING
411 SOLANO, GENE PAULO SARTE
412 SOLER, CHARLEMAGNE CAÑETE
413 SOLLEZA, EARL JOHN ESMA
414 SORIANO, BERNADETTE EMPERADOR
415 SORIANO, FRANCIS SANTOS
416 SORILLA, MAE ANGELI GUPANA
417 STA ELENA, MARK ANTHONY SUMERGIDO
418 SU, ALLEN DY
419 SUMAWANG, EMY ANN CORPUZ
420 SUSULAN, FAHAD UTUTALUM
421 SY, BONNIE BYRON LIM
422 SY, GERALD LORENCE LAZCANO
423 TAGAB, HEIDE TOMENIO
424 TAHIR, NURAIZA KASIM
425 TAJAN, IVAN WILLIAM AGLEHAM
426 TAMBAL, NIC JUNN CERVANTES
427 TAMONDONG, ANGELINE LUSTRIA
428 TAN, DIANA GRACE NATIVIDAD
429 TAN, JAZLENE
430 TAN, JEMUEL GERSHON BIZON
431 TAN, JUSTIN THEODORE SALAZAR
432 TAN, NEIL ALDEN YEE
433 TAN, SHIELA MARIE ATILANO
434 TANCONGCO-SALOMA, JUNE ODILLE BACONGUIS
435 TEE, JAN RAEMON DE GUZMAN
436 TENG, ERICA LIM
437 TIBON, DEBORAH REVAULA
438 TINAMPAY, MARK ANTHONY PINLAC
439 TIRADO, ANNAH SHEMEI ORCASITAS
440 TIU, BIENVENIDO PESCASIO
441 TIU, STEPHANIE DY
442 TOLEDO, KRISTINA YSABEL OLAES
443 TORRETA, LEYMA PATRICIA DOPLAYNA
444 TUASON, JUAN MIGUEL CASIHAN
445 TUAZON, ARRIANE KRISNA ROSE TAMOR
446 TUAZON, FELIZ RAYMUND TALIP
447 TUBIANOSA, QUENNIE DE BELEN
448 TULOD, FAYE MARIE CANILLO
449 UBIÑA, RONETTE PAGULAYAN
450 UDARBE, CHRISTIAN AQUINO
451 UMALI, APRIL JOY BRAZA
452 UMPAR, AMINAH GURO
453 UNTALAN, PRECIOUS GENNELYN GEAN CASTILLO
454 UROLAZA, MEIGE KRISTINE GOROSPE
455 USAB, MOH AL-SAUDI ESMAEL
456 UY, ALAN RYAN SIY
457 VADAKKAN, SAMIRA MOHAMMED HECHONA
458 VALBUENA, FERDINAND JR NOTO
459 VALENCERINA, MARIA CRISTINA MALAQUE
460 VALENCIANO, JOHA DALERE
461 VALERIO, MA PAULA PILAR CASTELO
462 VALETE, JUVALINE CELESTINO
463 VELASCO, JEFFREY LAWRENCE DOLOT
464 VELASQUEZ, JELLA KASKEL BICOL
465 VELOSO, JEITI ANNE PEREZ
466 VERA, ELEAZER LEOPOLD LIGON
467 VERGARA, LARRAINE SANTIAGO
468 VILLAMOR, DERRICK JOHN BOCO
469 VILLANUEVA, KAREN VALLENA
470 VILLAREAL, JUDITH LLANZANA
471 VILLARUEL, KRYSTEL KARA FLANCO
472 VINLUAN, PATRICK MICHAEL BALUYOT
473 VIO, ROXANNE ROQUE
474 VIOLAGO, VALYSSA VALDEZ
475 VIÑA, VANESSA BUTIONG
476 WENCESLAO, KRYSTIN OGUES
477 YAO, MARIA RAQUEL MALLARI
478 YAP, HEATHER BRIANNA GO
479 YAT, IRENE SANTOS
480 YRAOLA, FREDERICK MARQUEZ
481 YU, DREA CAMILLE LOVERIA
482 YU, REGENALD MANGAMPO
483 ZACATE, VERONICA IRA LETABA
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