Synonyms for emilio_macias or Related words with emilio_macias

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Examples of "emilio_macias"
In the 2010 local elections he ran for a seat in the Provincial Board and won with the highest number of votes, representing the 3rd legislative district of the province. Degamo assumed the position of vice-governor when Vice-Governor-elect Agustin Perdices assumed the gubernatorial position left by the elected Governor Emilio Macias II, who died before taking his oath of office.
On September 25, 2016, Miami Marlins pitcher José Fernández died in a boating accident at Government Cut. The boat hit the jetty and capsized, killing Fernández and two other men on board, 25 year old Eduardo Rivero, and 27 year old Emilio Macias, the son of a Miami-Dade police detective.
Agustin Perdices (1934 – January 5, 2011) was a Filipino politician. Perdices served as the Mayor of the city of Dumaguete for eighteen years before being elected Vice Governor of Negros Oriental in the gubernatorial election in May 2010. However, Perdices who was the Vice-Governor-elect became Governor-elect of Negros Oriental following the death of incumbent Governor Emilio Macias II from cancer on June 13, 2010. He then officially took the post of governor in June 30, 2010.
Don Emilio Macias Memorial National High School is a high school located in Baranggay San Francisco, Santa Catalina, Negros Oriental, in the Philippines It is 76 kilometers away from Dumaguete City, the provincial capital. It is 25 kilometers away from Bayawan City and the town of Siaton and 18 kilometers from the town proper of Sta. Catalina. It is considered as the oldest school of the town and was established on December 1982.
The proposal was continued through talks between former Governor Bitay Lacson of Negros Occidental and the late former Governor Emilio Macias of Negros Oriental in 1990. Their successors, former Governor Rafael Coscolluella and former Governor (now Representative) George Arnaiz took the initiative further, first identifying Kabankalan in Negros Occidental and the neighboring municipality of Mabinay in Negros Oriental, with the two situated on or near the geographic center of the island, as joint regional centers. However, the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) turned down the proposal for lack of funds to effect the merger.
Presently, Silliman has forty duly organized and recognized alumni chapters throughout the world. Five of these are based in the U.S and Canada. Notable alumni of the university include Carlos P. Garcia, 8th President of the Philippines;, Senators Robert Barbers, Lorenzo Teves, and the Great Filibuster Roseller Lim;, House Speaker Cornelio Villareal;, John Gokongwei, Sr., a Philippine business magnate;, Frederick Dael, former CEO and President of Pepsi Cola Asia Pacific, and former CEO of Islacom;, William Torres, "Father of Philippine Internet" and co-founder of Mozaic Corporation;, Vicente Sinco, one of the signatories of the UN Charter in 1945, the 8th President of the University of the Philippines, and founder of Foundation University;, MacArthur Corsino, former Philippine Ambassador to the Republic of Cuba;, Antonio P. Villamor, Philippine Ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia;, Juanita Amatong, former Secretary of the Department of Finance and first woman executive director in the World Bank Group from the Philippines;, Angel Alcala, Ramon Magsaysay Awardee for Public Service and former Secretary of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Leonor M. Briones, former National Treasurer of the Republic of the Philippines;, Emilio Macias II, former Governor of Negros Oriental;, Efren N. Padilla, Executive Director, Center for Filipino Studies California State University, East Bay;, Jose Andrada, first commanding officer of the Philippine Navy (formerly Off Shore Patrol) under the Philippine Commonwealth in 1939 and after whom the Headquarters of the Philippine Navy is now named;, Edith L. Tiempo, National Artist for Literature (1999);, Edilberto K. Tiempo, Filipino writer, professor and founder of the Silliman National Writers Workshop., Eddie S. Romero, National Artist for Cinema and Broadcast Arts (2003);, Leoncio P. Deriada, Palanca Awards Hall of Famer;, César Ruiz Aquino, Filipino poet and fictionist;, Simeon Toribio, one of few Filipinos who won medals in the history of world Olympics.