Tuesday, November 25, 2008

I AM worth a lot


In a brief conversation, a man, speaking to a woman, was out to pursue the question, "What kind of man are you looking for?"

She sat quietly for a moment before looking him in the eye and asked, "Do you really want to know?"
Reluctantly, he said, "Yes" as she began to expound...


"As a woman in this day and age, I am in a position to ask a man what he can do for me that I can't do for myself.

I pay my own bills.

I take care of my household without the help of any man- or woman for that matter. I am in the position to ask, 'What can you bring to the table?'"


The man looked at her. Clearly he thought that she was referring to money.

She quickly corrected his thought and stated, "I am not referring to money... I need something more. I need a man who is striving for perfection in every aspect of life."

He sat back in his chair, folded his arms, and asked her to explain.

She said,


"I am looking for someone who is striving for perfection Mentally. I need conversation and mental stimulation. I don't need a simple-minded man.

I am looking for someone who is striving for perfection Spiritually because I don't need to be unequally yoked... Believers mixed with unbelievers is a recipe for disaster.

I need a man who is striving for perfection Financially because I don't need a financial... burden.

I am looking for someone who is Sensitive enough to understand what I go through as a woman, but Strong enough to keep me grounded.

I am looking for someone who I can Respect. In order to be submissive, I must respect him. I cannot be submissive to a man who isn't taking care of his business. I have no problem being submissive... He just has to be worthy.

God made woman to be a helpmate for man. At this point, I can't help a man if he can't help himself."


When she finished her spill, she looked at him. He sat there with a puzzled look on his face, and exclaimed, "You're asking for a whole lot!"

To which she gracefully replied...


"Only if you think I'm not WORTH a lot." :)



***


When the pressure to be with someone is building up on us

When we think of lowering our standards just to entertain the first guy who asks us out

Sisters, we need to be reminded of this message - WE are worth a lot.

We should never settle for anything less...

fear...

I can't say it often enough. I have a fear of writing and an even greater fear of posting my thoughts publicly like this blog. Yet again, I keep on convincing myself that its about time to conquer this fear. I need to learn how to communicate my thoughts in written form. And I think, blogging is one great way to practice my writing skills. With this, I say hello to my blog again and I hope I'll be able to blog more often.

Sunday, October 5, 2008

driven...

I may have slacked off in my acads for the past few days but now, I regained my inner drive to catch up with my acad stuff and prepare for the final exams next week. I owe it to Prof. Muyot for being so inspiring.

Note:
I started writing this entry October of last year. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to finish it due to my usual fear. ;p Now, I'll just jot down some insights which I noted in my journal.

* Believe in yourself. Do not limit yourself. Always aspire to be better.
* Do not think about the grades. What is more important is what you learned from each class, each case, each day. This will all add up to your arsenal of knowledge and help you become a good lawyer.
* Be a student of integrity.
* Add more value to people. Make it your passion.
* Don't make excuses for your failures. Learn from it and improve your performance.
* There are many choices available for you - just be patient.
* Read...read... and read. Devise a framework. The law is simple, you don't have to complicate it. Read and understand. Do more than what is expected of you.
* Strive to become a DAMN GOOD LAWYER and use it to improve the current situation.
* Be the solution.
* Learn to digest cases succintly.
* Its a learning process. Change your mind about law school as early as now.

Thursday, September 25, 2008

time to write


Ecclesiastes 3:1 "There is an appointed time for everything. And there is a time for every event under heaven"

In the Ecclesiastes reading today, Qoheleth was saying that there's a time for everything.. A time to weep, and a time to laugh; A time to mourn, and a time to dance. He is also the author who declared that everything is meaningless, meaningless. So, what are we supposed to do?Do we just stay idle and wait for our lives to end? Or do we go out and do crazy stuff because life is short and we gotta make the most out of it?

I guess what he just wanted to say is for the people to realize that every worldly pursuit is meaningless unless one takes it in the context of eternity. Life does not end with our last breath. Its just the start of something better.. one might call it resurrection or after life or heaven.. The most important thing is to think beyond this earthly life. It might be advisable to ask myself this question: Will this pursuit bring me closer to my heavenly inheritance?

This passage also made me reflect on the things that are keeping me preoccupied right now. I guess this is the time to write and the time to think about what I really want to do with my life. Are these pursuits bringing me closer to heaven? Or am I just wasting my time pursuing meaningless goals? Hmmm.. that's a hard question to answer. I may be going through very difficult times right now but I believe these struggles only make me cling more strongly to Him whom I know will always be there for me. Maybe, that's the purpose of all these..

Life may not be meaningless after all.. 

 

Monday, July 28, 2008

Consti recit

I thought it would just be another Consti class where I'll have to endure the banter between the professor and the one who would be called on to recite. I did not expect that it would be me who would be placed on the spot. And to make matters worse, I was the first one to recite. Hmm, maybe that was also to my advantage because that was the case that I read (note: reading is different from understanding and being able to recite the case) before class. Its a good thing I was able to get a copy of Coquia's annotation on the ITF v. Comelec. Thank God I was able to recall some of the facts but most of the time I was just making a very wild guess. Although in my standards it was just an okay performance, but it was way, way better than my first one. Does this mean I'm finally learning the rules of the game? Nah, I know I still have a lot to learn. Remembering F.G. David's motto: I know what I know. What I do not know, I know I do not know. Now, that's a good way to look at it. I know I do not know many things and I do know that I still have to exert Herculean efforts to finally get over the hump.

Now, another challenge is on the way - Midterms! Haay, gotta prepare for the fight..

Thursday, July 24, 2008

updates.. updates..

So many things happened since my last post and suffice it to say that I wanted to blog about all of those things but there's just no time. Among the many events, one major change in my life right now is I am officially a law student. Yep, you heard it right. I finally summoned enough guts to take the plunge to oblivion.That would mean I'll be stuck with reading cases for the next 6 years of my life.

But amazingly, I am enjoying myself! (read: feeling nerd!) I never thought reading cases would be so much fun. Of course, reading it is different from actually reciting it in class. It would take a certain level of concentrated reading to get the facts right and understanding the reasoning of the court. Owel, I'll be blogging about all my l[aw]st school experiences from now on.

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Visita Iglesia 2008

Since I graduated from college and started working, I realized that haven't observed the Holy Week traditions. For me, Holy Week signifies a very long break from the rigors of the workplace and its the perfect time to go to the beach. But this year - I longed to do something different or rather something traditional. Fortunately, a friend invited me to join their SFC chapter's Visita Iglesia. They intended to visit seven churches in Laguna and Rizal areas.
I was very excited about the whole activity since it would be my first time and I love visiting old churches. The whole group was composed of 45 pilgrims accommodated in 8 cars.

It took us almost 3 hours to get to the first church in Paete, Laguna - the home of talented sculptors. We visited the Church of St. James the Apostle. Like many of the churches in the province, the Paete Church was built during the early Spanish period. But the novelty of this church lies in the fact that all the religious images found here were carved and/or painted by the residents of Paete long ago. The intricate baroque altar is a monument to their woodcarving industry and the walls of the church boast of large murals done by Jose Dans (19th Century), a true son of Paete who used color pigments mixed with pulverized volcanic ash and brushes fashioned from cat’s hair. Although the church has been recently renovated, and the construction materials are not like the original, the designs remain mainly the same. The group took a few minutes to visit the First Station (Jesus leads the Holy Eucharist) and Second Station (Jesus prays in Gethsemane). After that, it was time to move on to the second church.

The Church of San Pedro de Alcantara in Pakil, Laguna was the second destination. Completed in 1667 after 35 years of construction, the architectural design of the Pedro de Alcantara Parish Church is reminiscent of the Corinthian and Ionic styles. In 1788, the Virgin of Turumba was enshrined in this church. Through the years, the church has survived great calamities. Along with the rectory, it was burned in 1851 but was repaired the same year; it survived two earthquakes, one in 1881 and the other in 1937. Now, the church is a major attraction of the area. 14 icons grace its main altar with the Archangel Michael towering above the others. Each icon is housed in an elaborately carved niche. This old Franciscan church also houses an authentic painting of Jose Dans (19th Century), a painter from Paete. Although the interior of the church has been renovated recently, the design of the church remains basically the same. It has a belfry with four small bells and one huge bell, which are rung daily at 12:00 noon and 6:00 p.m. After admiring the intricate carvings in the church, the group visited the Third Station (Jesus before the Sanhedrin) and Fourth Station (Jesus is scourged and crowned with thorns).

Third stop was in Pangil, Laguna at the Church of Nuestra Sra. dela Natividad. A small church was built in 1587 but later destroyed by storms and earthquakes, which paved the way to construct a bigger church supervised by Fray Gonzalo del Kobi,OFM, and finished in 1611, when the first priest, Fray Jose Linares,OFM, was assigned. Prince Carlos of Spain donated to the church the images of Nstra. Sra. de LaO, depicting her pregnancy of Jesus, and the Sto. Nino de LaO. The church suffered destruction during the WW II and from its ruins the citizenry reconstructed a new one; further modernized when the Maryknoll Fathers took over in 1950 to 1958. This is where we prayed before the Fifth Station (Jesus carries the cross to Calvary) and Sixth Station (Jesus falls under the weight of the cross). We also encountered several people who were beating themselves. I can't help but wonder why they have to do that. Did they commit a heinous crime which they deeply regret? I wouldn't know. But all I know is that Jesus Christ already died for our sins and its up to us to recognize that and live like forgiven Christians. Since it was already past noontime, the group decided to look for a shady place and settle down for lunch. It was an enjoyable experience of sharing and bonding with fellow SFC's.

The pilgrimage then proceeded to Mabitac, Laguna where we paid our respects to Our Lady of Candelaria. The Fanciscan Missionaries established this town in 1611 and the first chapel in 1618, under the supervision of Fray Miguel de Talavera,OFM. Due to flooding, the faithful constructed a bigger stone church on top of the hill called Calvario but partly damaged by an earthquake in 1880. From its vantage point commands a panoramic view of the whole municipality and Laguna Lake. The original 90 concrete stairways was renovated to 126 that leads up to the portals of the church. Its façade is definitely old Spanish style but the interior is quite modern. Like most old churches, it has a belfry connected to the main church. Here we prayed before the Seventh Station (Jesus is helped by Simon of Cyrene) and Eighth Station (Jesus meets the pious women of Jerusalem).

Crossing the Rizal-Laguna border, we moved on to the Church of San Ildefonso in Tanay, Rizal. There was a mixture of Philippine colonial design with elements of Baroque. The first Tanay Catholic Church made of nipa and bamboo was built in 1606. The current building made of locally quarried stone was completed in 1680. In 1783, it was reconstructed together with the convent. The church is an example of early Renaissance architecture. It has a four-storey octagonal tower, a façade of adobe blocks, relieved by columns and semicircular arched windows. Its podium is adorned by a niche with the statue of San Ildefonso de Toledo, the patron saint of the town. A convent and a courtyard connect the church to the Catholic school managed by the Archdiocese of Antipolo. Inside are ornate altars with statues of saints. Finely carved, 200 year-old Stations of the Cross add luster to the antiquity of the church. With deep appreciation for these antiques and its inspiration, we prayed the Ninth Station (Jesus is nailed on the cross) and Tenth Station (Jesus promises Heaven to the repentant thief).

Then, we proceeded to Baras Church in Rizal Baras which is one of the oldest in the area, having been completed in 1686. The first church in Baras was built by the Franciscans in 1595. The town of Baras was transferred to Ibayo in 1636 but the church was returned to the present site in 1682. It was the Jesuits who administered the parish from 1616 to 1679. The interior of the church was simply done. The altar and the lanterns are stone artifacts, unearthed beneath the church. Since the mass was about to begin, we visited the Eleventh Station (Jesus entrusts Mary and John to each other) and Twelfth Station (Jesus suffers and dies on the cross) in the garden.

And the last and seventh church was located in Morong, Rizal - the Church of San Geronimo. Originally built in 1615 by Chinese craftsmen, the church survived natural disasters and the tumultuous Spanish regime, with its walls standing witness to the Katipuneros who were captured and executed there. Sitting majestically on a hill overlooking the river, the Morong Church is truly a cultural icon, an edifice of the Christian faith, and a cradle of our architectural heritage. Its new belfry was integrated with the old three-storey facade, thus, becoming one of the most well-composed architectures in colonial Philippines. The group visited the Thirteenth Station (Jesus is taken down from the cross and laid in the tomb) and Fourteenth Station (Jesus rises from the dead).

Truly, I felt very blessed throughout the whole experience. I felt very awed at the majesty of these century-old structures. But on the other hand, I also realized the importance of building God's church within ourselves. The Scriptures have always reminded us that the human body is the temple of the Holy Spirit. We have no right to defile it - instead, we should strive hard to make our earthly lives a fitting sacrifice for our God. The God who loved us so much that He was willing to give us His only Son, who had to suffer and die and rise again in order to show us the way to eternal happiness in His Kingdom. Thus, the true essence of the Paschal mystery.
To God be the glory.

Thursday, March 27, 2008

Voice of Truth

For Armie Medrano... may you always choose to listen to the voice of truth..
Godbless you on your journey...

LAE interview

I can't write about my LAE experience just yet... because I'm still scheduled for interview this coming Monday... I don't know what to expect and I'm not sure how I'll perform. But all I know is - I want this with all my heart! so bless me God... :-)


LAE Interview Schedule

MONDAY, MARCH 31, 2008 (P.M.)

PANEL 1:

1

LOZADA, AARON ERICK AGUILAR

2

LUCAS, DANJUN GARCIA

3

LUCIANO, MARK CHRISTIAN DEL ROSARIO

4

MACABODBOD, LOU BRYAN RANA

5

MACANAN, MA. FATIMA APINADO

PANEL 2:

6

MACATANGAY, JOSEPH MIRRO AGUADO

7

MADARIETA, MARIA CRISTINA MURILLO

8

MADRID, KRISTOFFER GABRIEL LAURIO

9

MANCAO, KATRINA MICHELLE FERRAREN

10

MANIEGO, CATRIONA RHIANNON GALINDEZ

PANEL 3:

11

MANLAGÑIT, FRANCIS ANTONIO VARGAS

12

MANLANGIT, DONNA PATRICIA CALIZAR

13

MANOTOC, FERDINAND RICHARD MICHAEL MARCOS

14

MARANAN, JEWELYN CABRERA

15

MARANAN, MARIA CARMELA TEODORO

2008 LAE results

look who's No. 177... :-)

2008 LAW APTITUDE EXAMINATION (LAE) RESULTS

The U.P. College of Law announces the names of LAE Examinees who qualified for interview. The U.P. College of Law will admit for enrollment this AY 2008-2009 only 200 interviewees. Those who will qualify for enrollment shall be required to submit: a) Certificate of Graduation; b) Official Transcript of Records and c) Certification of good standing for those who have previously enrolled or are enrolled in other law schools, before they are allowed to enroll.

The schedule of interviews will be announced later.

1

ABAD, KATRINA NESSA MANUEL

2

ABELINDE, RACHEL JANE ADORNA

3

ABOLA, RAMON MIGUEL GONZALES

4

ACHA, MAE ANN SARTE

5

ACLA, CYRUS JOHN ORGANO

6

AGORILLA, MERIELLE ANGELIE GO

7

ALBANO, PIA URSULA PEKAS

8

ALCANTARA, AUSTIN CLAUDE SEVILLA

9

ALEJANDRE, PAULINE FERRER

10

ALMOJUELA, ANNIE REGIDOR


11

ALVAREZ, MA. JESSA MARTIN

12

AMADOR, TINA ANDREA VALERA

13

AMBROCIO, MA. CARMENCITA CALDERON

14

ANDAL, EMMANUEL GENESIS TOMAGAN

15

ANG, MONICA HAZEL CRUZ

16

ANGELES, DARWIN POBRE

17

APUAN, MEDIATRIX II LOTERTE

18

ARANZASO, DESIREE CLARRISSE KING

19

ARIAS, MICHELLE CATAPANG

20

AUSAN, ANNIEFAIR ACLADO

21

AVESTRUZ, KIRK DAVASOL

22

AVILA, ALDAN SUBION

23

AXALAN, MIKKO ANGELA CRUZ

24

BACLAY, FRANCIS PAUL UMAHAG

25

BAGUISI, ALAIN BAÑGUG

26

BAINTO, NEAL VINCENT MERCADO

27

BALAQUIAO, ELEANOR NELLASCA

28

BALMES, IRENE BALMES

29

BALTAO, VANESSA ANNA NACU

30

BANTOL, RAISA ATHENA GULLE

31

BANZON, MELVIN JOSEPH LIWAG

32

BARRETTO, MIGUEL ANGELO TANSENGCO

33

BARTOLOME, DIANE MERCE BARCENA

34

BASE, MARIA GRACIELA DELOS SANTOS

35

BASMAN, ANNA TALIA SUMANDE

36

BASMAYOR, MELISSA VILLA-REAL

37

BATNAG, ODINA ESGUERRA

38

BAUTISTA, KRYSTEL JEHAN MAGSAKAY

39

BERNARDINO, CRISELA LALUNIO

40

BERNARDO, NICOLO FERNANDEZ

41

BLEZA, MA. KEALA MAE MARCELO

42

BUADO, MARIA EDSIE VITERBO

43

BUENAVENTURA, MA. CLARISSA HEARTY VILLACORTA

44

BUNAG, JAN NICKLAUS SALVO

45

BUNAGAN, ROBERT MELCHOR ESPIRITU

46

BUNDOC, JESUS KRISTOFFER GINES

47

BUNYI, JUDITH MARIE GRIMALDO

48

BUSTAMANTE, BLESIE MAE PARADO

49

BUSTOS, ADRIAN FRANCIS SARMIENTO

50

CALIBO, JANUSZ SALAMAT

51

CAMISO, ALDOUS BENJAMIN CLEMENTE

52

CAÑETE, CHARNEM BAL

53

CAPUNFUERZA, EVERGLOW VITUG

54

CARDENAS, KENNETH LAWRENCE FONDEVILLA

55

CARLOS, RICHARD LEE VI BALINA

56

CARPIO, PETER LLOYD DORIA

57

CASADOR, ANGELI NESS PADRONES

58

CAYCO, NATASHA DAVID

59

CEDEÑO, JESSA MARY ANN CELO

60

CERRO-CRUZ, MARIA ALOHA MERCADO

61

CERVANTES, MARIA FLORENCE CRISELDA VERANO

62

CHANG, LEICA TORRES

63

CIMAGALA, ALEXIS NOLASCO

64

COLOBONG, ROYELYNNE JESSA KRIS GARCIA

65

COLUMNA, CHRISTOPHER POLA

66

CONTI, MARIA KRISTINA CALINGASAN

67

CONVOCAR, DANIEL LUIS RODRIGUEZ

68

CORTES, INEZ CHIARA CALAPIT

69

CRISOSTOMO, JAIM MARI MARCOS

70

CRUZ, BERNADETTE SO

71

CRUZ, EMMANUEL REY PINE

72

CRUZ, RHEENA LYN LAPLANA

73

DABALOS, NERISSA ANN PUNZAL

74

DACANAY, MA. CECILIA YLAGAN

75

DE DUMO, JILLIANE JOYCE RAPSING

76

DE GUZMAN, ELAINE PADRE

77

DE GUZMAN, MARIA GERALDINE MERCADO

78

DE JESUS, JADE HUANG

79

DE JESUS, NERISSA NEPOMUCENO

80

DE MESA, JENA CHRISTINE ESTEVES

81

DE SANTOS, JONATHAN FREDERIC PAUL

82

DE TORRES, CRISTAL FAITH LORENO

83

DECLARO, RUTH AGNES DIMAYACYAC

84

DEINLA, JOSALEE SANTOS

85

DELA CRUZ, ALMA ISABEL TALOB

86

DELA CRUZ, ROLANDO SINAGUINAN

87

DELA CUESTA, ROGIE LERIDA

88

DELGADO, DARYLL JANE SUMAYOD

89

DELOS REYES, DIANNE MARGARETTE TINIO

90

DELOS REYES, NORIETESS PASAHOL

91

DEVERATURDA, JOAN PAULA ANTAZO

92

DIAZ, JIANESSA CAMILLE DOMINGO

93

DIAZ, RONA APRIL DELA VEGA

94

DIMACULANGAN, ROBERTO MIGUEL ILUSTRE

95

DIONELA, VIRMARIE BARRIENTOS

96

DIZON, JUSTINNE DY

97

DIZON, MA. LIBERTY RIO PIQUERO

98

DOMINGO, FRANCES YANI PINE

99

DOMINGO, MIGUEL BABILONIA

100

ESCOSURA, LESLIE CEDILLO

101

ESPERAS, ERIKA MARIZ VALEDA

102

ESPINOSA, MYRAFLOR TATEL

103

ESTRELLA, MARICOR DE VERA

104

EUROPA, ROSE CELINE REYES

105

FELICIA, LUZ ANGELA DAPAL

106

FERRER, ROSETTE SORIANO

107

FLORES, SOLEIL CHUA

108

FRANCISCO, ROSA PILIPINAS FADRI

109

GAMO, CISELIE MARIE TORRES

110

GANDIA, TEPHANIE MAGNO

111

GANZON, MINA ANGELES LIM

112

GARCIA, CHARLENE LORENA DAYRIT

113

GARCIA, RON MICHAEL BONTIGAO

114

GAYARES, CEDRIK BEN ABOGA

115

GERVACIO, DIANA SIA

116

GO, JOSEPH III MANGASER

117

GO, MARIE MICHELLE BAYOTAS

118

GOINGO, FRANCIS JOSEF TOMOTORGO

119

GOMEZ, JONI ROJAS

120

GONONG, JUNO ATHENA NONES

121

GONZALES, ANDREA MONICA VALLE

122

GONZALES, ATHANASIA ZOE AMURAO

123

GONZALES, MARK LESLIE PACUDAN

124

GREGORIO, MAURA ROSARIO AVELINO

125

GUERRERO, KATRINA ELENA DELA FUENTE

126

GUIDOTE, JOSE ANGEL JR. BASKIÑAS

127

GUILLEN, ANGELO KARLO TAGAMOLILA

128

GUINTO, CELENI KRISTINE GAWIRAN

129

GUMABAO, REILAND GUERRERO

130

GUMBAN, VANESSA JAVELLANA

131

GURREA, FAY IRENE LONGNO

132

GUTIERREZ, EVA MARIE GARCIA

133

GUY-UYCO, CHASTINE GRACE SEQUITO

134

HADLOCON, FATIMA FAYE CO

135

HERNANDEZ, JILL MAUREEN SULAYAO

136

HERNANDEZ, PATRICIA ANDREA ORDOÑEZ

137

HIDALGO, PHOEBE CORAZON CABIGAS

138

IBAÑEZ, JONATHAN JURADO

139

ICALLA, LEO MEL DENNIS BOTE

140

INCIONG, JHOAN ANDREI ATENGCO

141

INOCENTES, KATRINA BIANCA TROGO

142

JAMON, TANYA GRACE GOROSPE

143

JULIANO, JEREMIAH BARRIOS

144

JUSI, GENEVIEVE ENCINA

145

KINTANAR, SILAYAN CRUZ

146

KUHUTAN, IBN KHALDON SAHIBUDDIN

147

LACHICA, JOSEPH ANTHONY DE JESUS

148

LACSINA, CONRAD SMITH CACULBA

149

LAGASON, PAULA GRACE CASTRO

150

LAGGUI, MARIE HYACINTH GUZON

151

LAMBINO, MARY RHAULINE DE GUZMAN

152

LAMUG, GUILLER KRISTOFFER LOMBOS

153

LANGIT, EARLA KAHLILA MIKHAILA CAGUIOA

154

LAPERAL, FATIMA PALCES

155

LAPID, RAFAEL AUGUSTINE SIONGCO

156

LASAM, NORMAN CLARENCE TRINIDAD

157

LAURON, DIANA MARGARET CEDRO

158

LAZARO, GRACE ANN CORNEJO

159

LEDESMA, LEOFRED IAN TIRADOR

160

LEIDO, JUAN PAOLO MIGUEL BAROA

161

LENA, ANDREW JOHN MOLEN

162

LIBANAN, STELLA MARIS ELLADO

163

LOGROÑO, PRINCESS JAZMINE CABANBAN

164

LOON, JOSE MARTIN AZCARRAGA

165

LOPEZ, FIDES CARISSA BIANCA REYES

166

LOZADA, AARON ERICK AGUILAR

167

LUCAS, DANJUN GARCIA

168

LUCIANO, MARK CHRISTIAN DEL ROSARIO

169

MACABODBOD, LOU BRYAN RANA

170

MACANAN, MA. FATIMA APINADO

171

MACATANGAY, JOSEPH MIRRO AGUADO

172

MADARIETA, MARIA CRISTINA MURILLO

173

MADRID, KRISTOFFER GABRIEL LAURIO

174

MANCAO, KATRINA MICHELLE FERRAREN

175

MANIEGO, CATRIONA RHIANNON GALINDEZ

176

MANLAGÑIT, FRANCIS ANTONIO VARGAS

177

MANLANGIT, DONNA PATRICIA CALIZAR

178

MANOTOC, FERDINAND RICHARD MICHAEL MARCOS

179

MARANAN, JEWELYN CABRERA

180

MARANAN, MARIA CARMELA TEODORO

181

MARASIGAN, NATHAN JABAN

182

MARCOS, PORFERIO JR. GELERA

183

MAROTO, MA. ALEXANDRIA IXARA BALAMBAM

184

MARQUEZ, LEANDER PENASO

185

MARQUEZ, MARIA MYLENE DABU

186

MASCENON, ERNESTO MARIO JR SONGCUYA

187

MEJIA, VENUS AMELIE GUARIN

188

MENDOZA, DANIEL ANGELO VILLANUEVA

189

MENDOZA, GERARDO ESTOLAS

190

MENDOZA, MARYCHELLE TEVES

191

MINA, JAMES ANTHONY RESPICIO

192

MOLINA, JAMILLE FILOMENA AQUINO

193

MONDRAGON, MARY GRETCHEN SILOS

194

MORILLO, LEO ADRIAN BANIQUED

195

NAVARRO, DAN RUDOLPH MERILLO

196

NAVERA, JOCELYN AMOR SOLIS

197

NGUI, NICOLE ALEXANDRA CABASAG

198

NISPEROS, BENEDICT GUIRNALDA

199

NOGRALES, JUAN FIDEL FELIPE FUENTES

200

NONATO, ROSELLE JEAN LAO

201

OBIAS, JOHN DOMINIC SALGADO

202

OMNES, REYNALDO RAMOSO

203

ONG, TRACY ANNE ANG

204

OPLE, FELIX FRANCIS BAUN

205

OPOSA, JUAN ANTONIO REMULLA

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