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We Band of Angels: The Untold Story of American Nurses Trapped on Bataan by the Japanese (Paperback) tagged “philippines” 6 times

9 September 2012 | 5:47 am We Band of Angels: The Untold Story of American Nurses Trapped on Bataan by the Japanese We Band of Angels: The Untold Story of American Nurses Trapped on Bataan by the Japanese (Paperback)By Elizabeth Norman 127 used and new from $0.86 Customer Rating: 3.3 Customer tags: world war ii(15), pow womens history(10), bataan(10), army and navy nurses(7), nursing(7), philippines(6), courageous women(5), women(4), nurses(4), corregidor(3), american academy of nursing national media award book(2), female pows(2) http://www.amazon.com/We-Band-Angels-American-Japanese/dp/0671787187?tag=cclub-20

The Elite of the Weak (Revelation Special Ops) (Kindle Edition) tagged “philippines” 7 times

18 August 2012 | 3:21 pm The Elite of the Weak (Revelation Special Ops) The Elite of the Weak (Revelation Special Ops) (Kindle Edition)By Precarious Yates Buy new: $2.99 Customer Rating: 3.3 Customer tags: inspirational fiction(7), end times fiction(7), international spies(7), rome(7), spies(7), liberia(7), action adventure(7), philippines(7), espionage(7), human trafficking(7), courage, inspirational http://www.amazon.com/The-Elite-Weak-Revelation-Special-ebook/dp/B008D9W242?tag=cclub-20

Philippine Princess (Kindle Edition) tagged “philippines” 11 times

3 August 2012 | 1:37 pm Philippine Princess Philippine Princess (Kindle Edition)By Emily Tacrayon Buy new: $4.99 Customer Rating: 3.3 Customer tags: tragic(12), love story(12), romance(12), cancer(12), teenage(12), touching(12), love(12), depression(11), adventure(11), filipino(11), drama(11), death(11) http://www.amazon.com/Philippine-Princess-Emily-Tacrayon-ebook/dp/B008EE819Q?tag=cclub-20

The Assignment (Kindle Edition) tagged “philippines” 7 times

21 June 2012 | 8:27 pm The Assignment The Assignment (Kindle Edition)By Geraldine Solon Buy new: $1.99 Customer Rating: 3.3 Customer tags: love story(8), family relationships(7), philippines(7), history(6), historical romance(6), mystery(6), forgiveness(6), asian literature(6), betrayal(6), family drama(5), women(3), romance(3) http://www.amazon.com/The-Assignment-Geraldine-Solon-ebook/dp/B00860TM6E?tag=cclub-20

Reinvent Your Retirement: Renew Yourself in Subic Bay, Philippines (Kindle Edition) tagged “philippines” 13 times

21 April 2012 | 8:43 am Reinvent Your Retirement: Renew Yourself in Subic Bay, Philippines Reinvent Your Retirement: Renew Yourself in Subic Bay, Philippines (Kindle Edition)By Charles W. Davis Jr Buy new: $2.99 Customer Rating: 3.3 Customer tags: retirement planning(13), retirement(13), philippines(13), subic bay(11), subic(10), olongapo(10), manila(2), retired(2), relocation to philippines, retirement in philippines, moving to philippines http://www.amazon.com/Reinvent-Your-Retirement-Yourself-Philippines-ebook/dp/B003ZYEYEG?tag=cclub-20

One of largest storms in recorded history strikes Philippines …

8 November 2013 | 12:11 pm The numbers are unreal. Sustained winds of 195 mph. Gusts to 235 mph. It's not Hollywood, it's an actual storm — a Super Typhoon — that was bearing down on the Philippines with strength mankind rarely sees. http://www.komonews.com/weather/blogs/scott/One-of-greatest-storms-in-recorded-history-bearing-down-on-Philippines-231039381.html

Super Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) slams Philippines, may be most …

8 November 2013 | 4:57 am The powerful storm named Super Typhoon Haiyan (or Super Typhoon Yolanda, as it is referred to within the Philippines) hit the central islands of the Philippines on Friday, with reported wind speeds of 190 to 195 miles per  http://boingboing.net/2013/11/07/super-typhoon-haiyan-slams-phi.html

Super Typhoon Haiyan hits Philippines with all-time record winds …

8 November 2013 | 3:20 am One of the most powerful-ever tropical cyclones based on wind speed has hit the Filipino island of Samar, forcing millions to flee the area. http://rt.com/news/record-typhoon-haiyan-philippines-403/

1947 S Philippines 1 Peso Silver Choice BU+

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1905 S Philippines Peso Great Crisp Strike Great Example!

8 November 2013 | 1:32 am $125.00
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1936-M US PHILIPPINES ONE PESO QUEZON ROOSEVELT COMMEMORATIVE HIGH QUALITY COIN

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8 November 2013 | 12:20 am $4.49
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1912 US/PHILIPPINE 100 PESOS BANK OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS PICK #11b **RARE**

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3 Responses to Philippines

  • Theal says:

    How Do You Hide Away From The Police In The Philippines? I live in Metro Manila with my family that’s has not been going so well in 24 years, I’m escaping, and I need someone to guide me because I’m on my own. I have no friends either and I need someone to help me through a chat site.

    Don’t reason with me pls. I’m sick and tired with these people.

    PS. when I leave of course my family might call the authorities to look for me and I don’t wanna come back.

    note: I’m not just going to leave, I’m also going to find a simple, abandoned building (big or small, fixed or semi-destroyed It doesn’t matter) because that is where I’m going to be working from now on. Don’t tell me how I’m going to live like that I just need little help from you, If you know a small, good, hiding place. Tell me please and I will go there straight. Lastly, I’m not stupid or trolling I have no one else to go to for help. m(-_-)m

    My location North Greenhills subdivision, San Juan, Metro Manila, Philippines

  • Theal says:

    How Do You Hide Away From The Police In The Philippines? I live in Metro Manila with my family that’s has not been going so well in 24 years, I’m escaping, and I need someone to guide me because I’m on my own. I have no friends either and I need someone to help me through a chat site.

    Don’t reason with me pls. I’m sick and tired with these people.

    PS. when I leave of course my family might call the authorities to look for me and I don’t wanna come back.

    note: I’m not just going to leave, I’m also going to find a simple, abandoned building (big or small, fixed or semi-destroyed It doesn’t matter) because that is where I’m going to be working from now on. Don’t tell me how I’m going to live like that I just need little help from you, If you know a small, good, hiding place. Tell me please and I will go there straight. Lastly, I’m not stupid or trolling I have no one else to go to for help. m(-_-)m

    My location North Greenhills subdivision, San Juan, Metro Manila, Philippines
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  • Anonymous says:

    Recent Philippines Typhoon, Could It Be The Legendary Typhoon The Quran Warned About As A Sign Of End? In the Quran (or the prophet’s words, I’m not sure which), one of the major signs of the near end is the happening of three legendary huge typhoons that would hit the coasts across the globe (East coast, West coast, Arabia).

    Honestly I’ve always thought this was just a legend and never took my religion seriously. When Irene took place and hit the west coast, I thought it was just a coincidence.

    But this week, a massive typhoon is hitting the east coast (Philippines). Is this really a sign of the end times? Could this be the legendary typhoon the Quran warned about?

    What do you think?
    If you have nothing but hate to say, save your breath. I’ll just skip over your response. I’m only looking for opinions.
    I might be mistaken, but I’m pretty sure it also states that these typhoons were in close proximity to each other (Time-wise).
    I don’t understand why everybody is retaliating against me? Is it morally wrong to ask for opinions in today’s world? You guys need to chill.
    @Y, I’m not too sure. Like I said, I don’t specifically know where it was stated. I haven’t read the entire Quran cover to cover.
    I do however remember something said about these typhoons by my Islamic studies professor (as well as many muslim bloggers on the web). You’re more than welcome to look them up, but I do not have a primary reference. That’s why I resolved to yahoo answers, to get answers.

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