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goli: Word: goli
English Definition: Tagalog slang for shower, bath; from Tagalog LIGO (shower, bath), spelled as GO-LI
L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) baligtad ng salitang ligo
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: goli English: shower, bath, from tagalog ligo, spelled as go-li Edit
taga: From, as in Taga-Pilipinas siya. He/She is from the Philippines.
Tagalog: taga English: from Edit
galing sa: galing sa: from (from Armando A.B. Regala www.geocities.com/Athens/Academy/4059/diction.html)
Tagalog: galing sa English: from Edit
mulâ sa, buhat sa: prep. from.
Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/20738
Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: mula sa, buhat sa English: from Edit
gáling: from
Tagalog: galing English: from Edit
mulâ: n. from, source, origin

example)
Mahal kita mula sa puso.
(I love you from the bottom of my heart.)
Tagalog: mula English: from, source, origin, since Edit
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Tagalog: sa lugar English: location, direction marker, from, in, on, etc Edit
english: Homo habilis (pronounced /ˈhoʊmoʊ ˈhæbəlɪs/) ("handy man", "skillful person") is a species of the genus Homo, which lived from approximately 2.5 million to at least 1.6 million years ago at the beginning of the Pleistocene.[1] The definition of this species is credited to both Mary and Louis Leakey, who found fossils in Tanzania, East Africa, between 1962 and 1964.[2] Homo habilis is arguably the first species of the Homo genus to appear. In its appearance and morphology, H. habilis was the least similar to modern humans of all species to be placed in the genus Homo (except possibly Homo rudolfensis). Homo habilis was short and had disproportionately long arms compared to modern humans; however, it had a reduction in the protrusion in the face. It is thought to have descended from a species of australopithecine hominid. Its immediate ancestor may have been the more massive and ape-like Homo rudolfensis. Homo habilis had a cranial capacity slightly less than half of the size of modern humans. Despite the ape-like morphology of the bodies, H. habilis remains are often accompanied by primitive stone tools (e.g. Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania and Lake Turkana, Kenya).

Homo habilis has often been thought to be the ancestor of the lankier and more sophisticated Homo ergaster, which in turn gave rise to the more human-appearing species, Homo erectus. Debates continue over whether H. habilis is a direct human ancestor, and whether all of the known fossils are properly attributed to the species. However, in 2007, new findings suggest that the two species coexisted and may be separate lineages from a common ancestor instead of H. erectus being descended from H. habilis.[3
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tagalog: Homo habilis (pronounced /ˈhoʊmoʊ ˈhæbəlɪs/) ("handy man", "skillful person") is a species of the genus Homo, which lived from approximately 2.5 million to at least 1.6 million years ago at the beginning of the Pleistocene.[1] The definition of this species is credited to both Mary and Louis Leakey, who found fossils in Tanzania, East Africa, between 1962 and 1964.[2] Homo habilis is arguably the first species of the Homo genus to appear. In its appearance and morphology, H. habilis was the least similar to modern humans of all species to be placed in the genus Homo (except possibly Homo rudolfensis). Homo habilis was short and had disproportionately long arms compared to modern humans; however, it had a reduction in the protrusion in the face. It is thought to have descended from a species of australopithecine hominid. Its immediate ancestor may have been the more massive and ape-like Homo rudolfensis. Homo habilis had a cranial capacity slightly less than half of the size of modern humans. Despite the ape-like morphology of the bodies, H. habilis remains are often accompanied by primitive stone tools (e.g. Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania and Lake Turkana, Kenya).

Homo habilis has often been thought to be the ancestor of the lankier and more sophisticated Homo ergaster, which in turn gave rise to the more human-appearing species, Homo erectus. Debates continue over whether H. habilis is a direct human ancestor, and whether all of the known fossils are properly attributed to the species. However, in 2007, new findings suggest that the two species coexisted and may be separate lineages from a common ancestor instead of H. erectus being descended from H. habilis.[3
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alghi: قناه التت بث مباشر
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isalin sa wikang ingglés: Personal development goals can only be achieved as long as there is a desire to develop one’s potentials, talents and skills. Potential or talent are something each individual on the face of this earth have in abundance. Sometimes they are just waiting to be discovered and polished. It is possible that an individual does not even know that s/he has a certain potential until they are forced by some strange force of nature to discover it. I once read the story of a young man who lost his job and being unable to get one, was slowly falling into depression, being alert to the fact, he took the advice of his friend and started pursuing his hobby - painting. Today he is an artist in his own right and has greater success awaiting him.

Discovering your potential or talent and honing them into workable skills, puts many more tools within your reach, to achieve your goals and objectives. You have more to choose from, which also means that you can choose those that are more appropriate. This should be reason enough to delve deep into your resources and find that talent or that potential that you have, but have never put to good use. My aim in writing this is to get you, to look at yourself more positively and believe that with a little polishing you can achieve great things.




How to develop talent or potential?



If you asked that question you are well on your way to finding it. It is easy and you just need to work with yourself. Your determination and commitment towards personal development will be the key to reaching greater heights.

Here are a few points to help you on your way to developing your potential/talent.

Identify your talents. The first step to developing your potential is identifying all those things that you loved to do, enjoyed doing in the past, but for some reason have not pursued them, and those things that people told you are good at.

List them, write them down and study their utility and how you can use them in your current line of activity. You will always find a few skills that stand out, above the others in terms of usefulness and value. This does not mean you have to neglect your other skills or abilities. Focussing on high priority skills will give you immediate direction and purpose.

Assess your potential - This has to be very objective in nature and clinical in approach. An objective assessment will show you the level of your talent or potential and where you stand. It can also specify how much more inputs, or training or skill polishing you need. It will clearly indicate the line of action you need to take to hone your talent or potential.

Get feedback. Sometimes it would help to take feedback from your peers or your superiors at work. This could lend more objectivity and credibility to what you have already done. It may also help you look at your skills from the point of view of others and review / refine your personal skill assessment.



Direct your action towards talent development



Create a vision statement that reflects what you want to achieve in a period of five or ten years. Having created a vision, you need to have a mission statement that translates into figures and numbers. That is breaking up your vision into short term goals and defining systematically your path of progression towards your vision.

Draw up a plan of action, have secondary and tertiary plans of action that you can fall back upon. This will help you evaluate the road blocks or hindrances that you expect to crop up in the course of action. This objective evaluation not only mentally prepares you for difficulties in the way; but also helps to creatively work out ways and means of working through issues and roadblocks.



Work on your personal development plan to develop potential



Take help. Make use of resources that are available to you, use material online, books, classes or even specific training in that area to develop your talent or your potential.

Find mentors who can help you achieve a better level of potential through direct interaction. Having a mentor is something that would be second to none. Finding a person who is willing to spend his/her time and attention on you would help you fine tune your skills in an effective and precise way. It also gives you the added advantage of having a fund of knowledge gained through experience (without having personally gained it yourself) within your reach. A human observer, who is interested in you, will always point you in the right direction.

Find ways of putting to use what you are learning. Seek opportunities to employ your skills and excel in them. Don’t wait for opportunities to come your way, look for them.

Seek to develop your talents/potentials for the sake of personal development. If you are only looking at ways of making your skills pay initially, you may get burnt out a little too soon, take time to develop your skills. If you put in enough effort and passion into it, it will eventually pay off. You do not have to chase opportunities, opportunities will chase you.

Take up more responsibilities. More responsibilities mean more opportunities and better growth. The higher the responsibility you assume, the higher the challenges that you face, the more you develop your potential and grow as an individual. Fight off any fear of failure and doubts that may arise as you take up challenges.

Keys to personal development through talent development



Never give up. Determination is the key to developing your talent/potential. Failures or small problems that may arise will provide opportunities to help you think creatively and work through the odds. They are what give you strength of character and self-confidence to reach higher grounds. Turning back always means that you go to a level that is below where you started out from, because now your pride and self-confidence takes a battering.

Passion is one ingredient whose presence or the lack of it can build a person or break a person. Being passionate about what you do provides you the drive and motivation that is necessary to see it through. Your passion causes you to be focused on your goals and trying to achieve self-improvement without passion is bound to fail.

There is no end to self improvement and developing your potential and talents, as you keep growing and becoming better you find that there is always scope for improvement. Put your best foot forward and work towards developing your potential and achieving excellence in your sphere of work today.
Tagalog: isalin sa wikang tagalog English: tagalog Edit
Tagálog: 1. One of the languages of the Philippines. It functions as the main ingredient of one of the official and national philippine languages, Filipino. Therefore it is commonly reffered to as one of the official languages of the Philippines.

2. Second largest and most widespread ethnic group of the Philippines. They form a majority in the provinces of Aurora, Bataan, Batangas, Cavite, Bulacan, Laguna, Metro Manila, Nueva Ecija, Occidental Mindoro, Oriental Mindoro, Quezon, Camarines Norte, Marinduque, and Rizal. Other provinces with significant Tagalog populations include the provinces of Palawan, Tarlac, and in Zambales.

Etymology:
tagalog is a shortened version of tagailog, which forms out of the two tagalog words: taga: from, and ilog: river. It means from the river.

Syn.:
Filipino
Tagalog: tagalog, pilipino English: tagalog, filipino Edit
sagisag: sagisag
Tagalog: sagisag English: tagalog Edit
masansala: tagalog
Tagalog: masansala English: tagalog Edit
what u do: Espanyul to tagalog
Tagalog: what u do English: tagalog Edit
tagalog: please answer to the meaning of maulap
Tagalog: maulap English: tagalog Edit
english: pagawa ka ng bahay para naman sa ating dalawa at laging tau magkakasama at maging masaya tau dalawa pasensiya kna kaunti lang ang alam ko sa english
Tagalog: english English: tagalog Edit
lígò: bath, bathe
Tagalog: ligo English: bath, bathe Edit
ligo, paligo, thingamagig: Word: ligo
English Definition: (noun) /pa--/ (PALIGO) bathing
Notes: (rw. LIGO) (PALIGUAN) bathroom; bathing place
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: ligo, paligo, thingamagig English: bathing, bathroom, bathing place Edit
lego: n. layman.
Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/20738
Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: lego English: layman Edit
tagalog: chrome
Tagalog: tagalog English: chrome Edit
tagalog: it all starts wiht god
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tagalog: ramdon
Tagalog: tagalog English: ramdon Edit
tagalog: cumpolsary
Tagalog: tagalog English: cumpolsary Edit
tagalog: indulge
Tagalog: tagalog English: indulge Edit
tagalog: but also about how you strive to become a better person for that someone
Tagalog: tagalog English: but also about how you strive to become a better person for that someone Edit
tagalog: someone
Tagalog: tagalog English: someone Edit
tagalog: nanay
Tagalog: tagalog English: english Edit
tagalog: fellowmen
Tagalog: tagalog English: fellowmen Edit
tagalog: secure
Tagalog: tagalog English: secure Edit
tagalog: japanese
Tagalog: tagalog English: japanese Edit
tagalog: continously
Tagalog: tagalog English: continously Edit
tagalog: fiancee
Tagalog: tagalog English: fiancee Edit
tagalog: All fresh fish will spoil rapidly if mishandled. Most GMs purchase fish in the form that it will be Keep under refrigeration and use within 3 days of prepared. Fresh fish may be purchased in a variety of receipt. Keep frozen fish at 0°F or below. Thaw fish cuts or forms as illustrated and described in figure 6-8. at 36°F—never in water. Handle thawed fish When you are buying fresh fish locally, you should carefully to prevent breakage. Never refreeze fish check for quality and freshness. Fresh fish should have once thawed. the
Tagalog: tagalog English: english Edit
09125269038: A festival or gala' is an event, usually and ordinarily staged by a local community, which centers on and celebrates some unique aspect of that community and the Festival.
Among many religions, a feast is a set of celebrations in honour of God or gods. A feast and a festival are historically interchangeable. However, the term "feast" has also entered common secular parlance as a synonym for any large or elaborate meal. When used as in the meaning of a festival, most often refers to a religious festival rather than a film or art festival.
In the Christian liturgical calendar there are two principal feasts, properly known as the Feast of the Nativity of our Lord (Christmas) and the Feast of the Resurrection, (Easter). In the Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, and Anglican liturgical calendars there are a great number of lesser feasts throughout the year commemorating saints, sacred events, doctrines, etc.
Tagalog: tagalog English: english Edit
tagalog: Please rectify your progress figures, there can be no zero planned accomplishment for a week wherein work was done.
Tagalog: tagalog English: english Edit
m: english
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tagalog: screwed
Tagalog: tagalog English: screwed Edit
tagalog: poke
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tagalog: Your Daily Horoscope

You shine today and can charm the birds right out of the trees, but it is not birds you have in your sights. You are thinking about telling someone how special they are to you, and today they are hinting that they are very receptive to your interest.
Tagalog: tagalog English: english Edit
tagalog: english
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tagalog, mongo: bean
Tagalog: tagalog, mongo English: bean Edit
tagalog: ah ah Ouai enfin c surtout ce con de brock lesnar......
Tagalog: tagalog English: Edit
tagalog: mr
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tagalog: what
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piosti: but also about how you strive to become a better person for that someone
Tagalog: tagalog English: but also about how you strive to become a better person for that someone Edit
tagalog: Sec.14. (1) No person shall be held to answer of a criminal offense without due process of law.

(2) In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall be presumed innocent until the contrary is proved ,and shall enjoy the right to be heard by himself and counsel , to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation against him, to have a speedy, impartial ,and public trial ,to meet the witnesses face to face , and to have compulsory process to secure the attendance of witnesses and the production of evidence in his behalf . However , after arraignment , trial may proceed notwithstanding the absence of the accused provided that he has been duly notified and his failure to appear is unjustifiable.

Right to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation against him.
(1) Specific allegations of crime charged. –This right implies that the offense which a person is accused of be made known to him. The complaint of information should be sufficiently clear to a person of ordinary intelligence as to what the charge is so as to enable him to prepare his defense.
(2)
Tagalog: tagalog English: Edit
dictionary: karuwagan
Tagalog: tagalog English: luwag Edit
american: utilize
Tagalog: tagalog English: utilize Edit
tagalog: consequence
Tagalog: tagalog English: consequence Edit
bisaya: Isang daga ang nakatuwaang maglaro sa ibabaw ng isang natutulog na
leon. Kanyang inaakyat ang likuran ng leon at pagdating sa itaas ay
nagpapadausdos siya paibaba.

Sa katuwaan ay di niya napansin na nagising ang leon. Dinakma ng leon
ang daga at hinawakan sa buntot na wari bagang balak siyang isubo at
kainin. Natakot at nagmakaawa ang daga.

"Ipagpaumanhin mo kaibigan. Hindi ko sinasadyang gambalain ka sa
pagtulog mo. Wala akong masamang hangarin. Nakatuwaan ko lang na
maglaro sa iyong likuran. Huwag mo akong kainin" sabi ng daga.

Nabakas ng leon sa mukha ng daga ang tunay na pagmamakaawa.

"Sige, pakakawalan kita pero sa susunod ay huwag mong gambalain
ang pagtulog ko," sabi ng leon.

"Salamat kaibigan. Balang araw ay makagaganti rin ako sa kabutihan mo, "
sagot ng daga.

Lumipas ang maraming araw at minsan sa pamamasyal ng daga sa
kagubatan ay kanyang napansin ang isang lambat na nakabitin sa puno.
Lumapit siya upang mag-usisa at agad niyang nakilala ang leon na nahuli
sa loob ng lambat na ginawang bitag ng mga nangagaso sa kagubatan.

Dali-daling inakyat ng daga ang puno at nginatngat ang lubid na nakatali sa
lambat. Agad namang naputol ang lubid at bumagsak ang lambat kasama
ang leon sa loob. Mabilis na bumaba ang daga at tinulungan ang leon na
nakawala sa lambat.

"Utang ko sa iyo ang aking buhay," laking pasasalamat na sabi ng leon sa
kaibigang daga.

Tagalog: tagalog English: ako ay nag ppapasalamat Edit
tagalog: english
Tagalog: tagalog English: english Edit
tagalog: esinss
Tagalog: tagalog English: esinss Edit
tagalog: occurs rapidly
Tagalog: tagalog English: occurs rapidly Edit
tagalog: virjin
Tagalog: tagalog English: virjin Edit
tagalog: english
Tagalog: tagalog English: english Edit
alot: n. tender.
Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/20738
Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: tagalog English: english Edit
tagalog: nakakasalamuha
Tagalog: tagalog English: Edit
tagalog: circumtances
meaning
Tagalog: tagalog English: circumtances Edit
!: ang pangit no ate
Tagalog: tagalog English: english Edit
1436: maybe but not from the philipines
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Tagalog: tagalog English: english Edit
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