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  The Manila Times Internet Edition | December 02, 2007
Communist guerillas laid out land mines and engaged a military patrol in a fierce gunbattle in the moutains of Surigao del Sur, then fled after a government soldier and a rebel militiaman were slain, while at least 17 others were wounded, it was learned on Saturday.
For many buyers who have purchased units in mid-income Metro Manila residential developments by Avida Land and other firms catering to this dynamic niche, owning a home is a dream fulfilled.
Danilo Lim was responding Thursday morning at the Makati regional trial court to questions from lawyer Reynaldo Robles, counsel to Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV, on the 2003 Oakwood incident.
www.manilatimes.net   (556 words)

  
  Manila
Manila is by far the largest metropolitan area in the Philippines, and the second largest in Southeast Asia after Jakarta, Indonesia.
Manila's population and economy are often disturbed by natural disasters, as the area lies astride the so-called Ring of Fire, an area in the Pacific where earthquakes and volcanic activity are common.
Manila was occupied by the Japanese during World War II from January 1942 until February 1945, and was considerably damaged during the struggle to recapture the city.
www.dasan.de /ds_manila/Phil/manila.htm   (1451 words)

  
 MANILA TRAVEL INFORMATION
Welcome to Metro Manila, the political, economic, social, educational, cultural and recreational hub of this vast archipelago of 7,107 islands that is the Philippines.
In Manila, visit Malacanang Palace, official residence of the Philippine heads of state; stroll through Rizal Park, Paco Park or Intramuros the old walled city or head for Quiapo and Chinatown for a dash of local color.
Metro Manila is well-equip modern facilities and services for international convent Philippine International Convention Center Complex on Roxas Boulevard is the premier convention center in the country.
www.asiatravel.com /maninfo.html   (1691 words)

  
  CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Manila
Manila, the provinces of Bataan, Bulacan, Cavite, Mindoro, Nueva Ecija, Pampanga, Rizal, Tarlac, and Zambales; and the Districts of Infanta and Marinduque in the Province of Tayabas.
Manila, was the founder of the San Lazaro hospital for lepers in 1598.
Manila with the double purpose of ridding his country of them and of manifesting his displeasure at the spread of Christianity in his empire.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/09597b.htm   (3004 words)

  
  Manila - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Manila lies at the mouth of the Pasig River on the eastern shores of Manila Bay, which is on the western side of Luzon.
Manila is bordered by several municipalities and cities in Metro Manila: Navotas and Caloocan City to the north, Quezon City to the northeast, San Juan and Mandaluyong City to the east, Makati City to the southeast, and Pasay City to the south.
Paul University Manila, the city-owned Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila, the Polytechnic University of the Philippines, and the University of the East.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Manila   (3265 words)

  
 Manila - Wikipedia
Manila adalah daerah metropolitan dengan penduduk lebih dari 10 juta jiwa.
Artikel ini membahas kotanya; lihat Metro Manila untuk artikel tentang daerah metropolisnya.
Manila berawal dari sebuah pemukiman muslim di mulut Sungai Pasig sepanjang pesisir Teluk Manila.
id.wikipedia.org /wiki/Manila   (350 words)

  
 Metro Manila - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Metropolitan Manila (Filipino: Kalakhang Maynila) or the National Capital Region (NCR) (Filipino: Pambansang Punong Rehiyon) is the capital of the Philippines and among the twenty largest metropolitan areas, in terms of population, in the world.
Likewise, The Province of Manila was the 8th and last Province to revolt against Spain paving the establishment of the Federated Philippine Republics (composed of Nueva Ecija, Pampanga, Bulacan, the District of Morong in Nueva Ecija, Laguna, Batangas, Cavite and Manila).
Metro Manila is home to several leading Philippine educational institutions such as the Ateneo de Manila University, De La Salle University-Manila, the University of the Philippines (both the Diliman and Manila campuses), and the University of Santo Tomas.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Metro_Manila   (3869 words)

  
 Philippines Hotels Resorts, Philippines Hotels Reservation - Asia Travel
Holiday Inn, Galleria Manila (formerly Manila Galleria Suites) ***Prepay***
Holiday Inn, Galleria Manila (formerly Manila Galleria Suites) ***Pay on check-out***
Hotel Philippine Plaza, Roxas Boulevard, Manila ***Pay on check-out***
www.asiatravel.com /manila.html   (177 words)

  
 Current local time in Manila - Philippines
Make a Personal World Clock and include Manila
When can I call/have a meeting with someone in Manila?
Show time difference between Manila time and other time zones
www.timeanddate.com /worldclock/city.html?n=145   (228 words)

  
 Archdiocese of Manila
On April 10, 1910, the province of Mindoro was removed from the Archdiocese of Manila by Pope Pius X, implementing a Papal bull of the diocese of Lingayen, dividing Manila and Nueva Segovia.
Today the Archdiocese of Manila covers a land area measuring 946 square kilometers and is made up of the eight cities of Manila, Caloocan, Pasay, Quezon, Mandaluyong, Makati, Muntinlupa and Pasig (excluding the districts of Santolan and Rosario), and the municipalities of Parañaque, Malabon, San Juan, Navotas, Las Piñas, Taguig and Pateros.
The head of the archdiocese is the Archbishop of Manila who is assisted in the pastoral administration by his auxiliary bishops, vicars general, and episcopal vicars.
www.cbcponline.org /jurisdictions/manila.html   (1094 words)

  
 Manila - Wikitravel
Manila [1] is the capital of the Philippines.
Manila is but one of 13 cities and 4 municipalities that comprise the area known as Metro Manila or the National Capital Region (NCR) of the Philippines.
It is bordered to the west by Manila Bay, to the north by Quezon City and Kalookan City, to the east by San Juan and Mandaluyong City and to the south by Pasay and Makati.
wikitravel.org /en/Manila   (6041 words)

  
 WOW Philippines :: Explore Philippines :: Description   (Site not responding. Last check: )
At the center of Intramuros is the grand Manila Cathedral, the seat of the Catholic Archdiocese of Manila.
Manila is home to Malacañang Palace, the official residence of the highest chief executive of the country and one of the most historic structures in the Philippines, and the National Museum of the Philippines, the official repository and guardian of the Philippine cultural, historical, and natural heritage.
The city of Manila is located on the west coast of the Philippine main island of Luzon and surrounded by fertile plains.
www.tourism.gov.ph /explore_phil/place_details.asp?content=description&province=80   (547 words)

  
 Manila
Manila was a beautiful city prior to the war, the pearl of the orient.
The hotel was the scene of room-to-room fighting during the battle for Manila in February 1945 and burned by the Japanese during the fighting by accident.
The church was built originally on this spot in the sixteenth century by the Augustinians, during the latter part of the 16th century to accommodate the Christian baptized Chinese and is one of the oldest churches in Manila outside of Intramuros.
www.pacificwrecks.com /provinces/philippines_manila.html   (1654 words)

  
 Manila-RPC interface
Manila is an "Internet server application that allows groups of writers, designers and graphics people to manage full-featured, high performance web sites thru an easy-to-use browser interface."
As functionality of Manila grows, we expect this specification to evolve, much as the scripting interfaces of Macintosh applications grew as new versions of the software were released.
In Manila, messages are stored in the discussion group, but that's an implementation detail that need not be true for every content management system (CMS) that implements this interface.
www.xmlrpc.com /manilarpc   (3774 words)

  
 MANILA TRAVEL INFORMATION
Welcome to Metro Manila, the political, economic, social, educational, cultural and recreational hub of this vast archipelago of 7,107 islands that is the Philippines.
Manila's passenger and container ports bustle with the activities of several local and international shipping concerns.
In Manila, visit Malacanang Palace, official residence of the Philippine heads of state; stroll through Rizal Park, Paco Park or Intramuros the old walled city or head for Quiapo and Chinatown for a dash of local color.
asiatravel.com /maninfo.html   (1691 words)

  
 Tourist Center: Information on Manila   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Manila is the capital city of the Philippines.
The City of Manila has an area of 38.3 sqare kilometer; it is located on the west coast of the Philippine main island of Luzon, surrounded by fertile plains.
Manila experiences the highest amount of rainfall in the months as early as the second week of May to October.
www.touristcenter.com.ph /information/manila.html   (1008 words)

  
 TakingITGlobal - Panorama - Manila
In 1601 a seminary for nobles, the first educational institution in the country, was established at Manila by the Jesuits.
From the 16th to early 19th centuries, Manila played an important role in trade as a stopover port for the Manila galleons, huge trading ships that profited greatly from trade between China and Mexico.
Manila is part of the National Capital Region that is composed by more than 10 cities.
www.takingitglobal.org /panorama/article.html?ContentID=3705   (484 words)

  
 Manila Cordage Company. MANILA ROPE
1 Manila is a general purpose rope best suited for jobs where economy, strength, and durability are necessary.
Manila Lariat Rope is crafted to meet these men's needs.
Made of the highest grade Manila hemp available, the Lariat may be considered as the aristocrat of ropes.
www.manilacordage.com /MCCManila.htm   (506 words)

  
 urbana.org Global Urban Trek 2006
Note: Manila has two different ministry opportunites: Manila A and Manila B. Be sure to read about both and select the one which most interests you.
Manila's history is a story of 350 years of colonization first by the Spanish, from its founding in 1571, and then by a few other countries.
The Global Urban Trek to Manila is a program focused on developing and challenging young adults through cross-cultural mission training, living incarnationally in poor communities, and working alongside one or more organizations and/or ministries inmetro Manila that have had an effective and transformational impact among the poor.
www.urbana.org /feat.trek.2006.cfm?recordid=781   (730 words)

  
 City of Manila, Philippines
The City of Manila is once again on-line through the World Wide Web and it is an honor for me, on behalf of this administration and of our beloved people of Manila to welcome you to our website.
The City of Manila went on-line only quite recently and through the recent months, the demands and the ever increasing needs of our people deemed it necessary to conduct a comprehensive updating of our site to provide our visitors more information and services.
We welcome all of you to experience a virtual tour of the City of Manila, the Philippines historic capital and witness the various changes and progress towards the next millennium.
www.maynila.8m.com /3   (416 words)

  
 Manila Travel Tips and Information - Manila Travel Hotels Resorts Lodging Discounts Philippines
Manila is actually more than Manila: the metropolis of today not only encompasses the CIty of Manila, but it includes seven (7) other cities and nine (9) towns.
The government of the City of Manila, along seven (7) other cities and nine (9) towns, are units of an umbrella government, the Metropolitan Manila Authority.
Manila is home and working place to nearly 2 million industrious, charming and hospitable people; likewise the city is the haven of approximately 3 million day time transients.
alltravelnetwork.com /philippines/travelinfo/manilainfo.html   (1064 words)

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