Synonyms for paguia or Related words with paguia

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Examples of "paguia"
Juvila is a fictional character from the Philippine telefantasya "Etheria" which is a prequel/sequel to the highly rated "Encantadia". Juvila is played by Filipina singer-actress and SexBomb Girls member Jopay Paguia.
Lustre was born on October 31, 1993 in Quezon City, Philippines. She is the eldest of four children to Myraquel Paguia-Lustre and Ulysses Lustre. She has 3 other siblings, Naomi Lustre, Ezequiel Lustre, and Isaiah Lustre.
Mendez is also a jazz and blues singer, performing at local dining areas and concerts. She and her collaborator, pianist Marco Paguia, released a jazz album entitled "This Time" in 2013.
In October 2007, lawyer Alan Paguia filed an impeachment complaint against Arroyo in connection with the issue of bribery. Paguia's complaint was based on the revelation of Pampanga Governor Ed Panlilio that various governors received half a million pesos from Malacañang. The impeachment case, as of the middle of October 2007, has already been referred to the House of Representatives Committee on Justice.
In 2002, the singing group SexBomb Girls was formed, with members Jopay Paguia, Evette Pabalan, Weng Ibarra, Monic Icban, Izzy Trazona, and Pangilinan herself. In that same year, they released their debut album "Unang Putok", with the hit single "Bakit Papa". They went on to later release three more albums.
Jose M. Nava was elected president of CLM at its founding meeting, whilst Guillermo Capadocia became the executive secretary of the CLM. Other presidium members were Isabelo Tejada, Pedro Abad Santos, Mateo del Castillo, Juan Feleo, Luis Taruc, Pedro G. Castro, Antonio Paguia, Manuel Palacios, Manuel R. Joven, Mariano Ponce, Florentino Tecson, Mariano P. Balgos, Rufo Covacha, Luis Pilapil and Luis Adriano.
Nadine Alexis Paguia Lustre (born October 31, 1993) is a Filipina actress and singer. She rose to fame for her lead role in "Diary ng Panget" and as Georgina Evangelista in the television remake of the "Bagets" film series. Lustre was a member and vocalist of the all-female group Pop Girls. In 2015, Lustre starred in the television series "On the Wings of Love". She won the "Most Beautiful woman" category in 2016 via Starmometer.
But Troy fires Princess when he learns the pop star-wannabe is not the nanny sent by the agency. And since Gemma (Jopay Paguia), Princess’ cousin, can’t pay Troy for the items she destroyed in the recording executive’s office, Gemma is forced to take on the job. Gemma falls in love with Troy and strives to be the type of woman the recording executive likes but just appears trying hard in the process.
Elyzar "Jolas" Paguia (born April 24, 1989) is a 19-year-old basketball player from Guiguinto, Bulacan. He was 18 years old when he entered the PBB house. Unsurprisingly, he stands 6' 4" (193 cm) tall. He and his father have dreams of the former being in the professional league, but these dreams were almost imperiled when they had spats with each other. Upon Jolas' entry, this conflict appears to be resolved. Jolas was evicted on Day 42.
He was a businessman in Gunma, Japan before he went to the Manila, Philippines just to meet Jopay Paguia of Sexbomb Girls. He was present always in Eat Bulaga! where he was discovered. He then became a host of MTB: Ang Saya-Saya. He appeared in ABS-CBN TV shows such as "Aalog-Alog" and "Quizon Avenue". He also appeared in the drama anthology "Maalaala Mo Kaya" to portray his own life story, and also assisted the show's crew on their first episode that was set in Japan. He also appeared as Kenjie in ABS-CBN's "Eva Fonda", acting as an antagonist for the first time.
Diofanny Jane Paguia-Zamora (born January 3, 1983 in Manila, Philippines), known professionally as Jopay () is a Filipina singer, dancer and actress. She is a former Senior Member and original member of Sexbomb Singers, with Rochelle Pangilinan, Evette Pabalan, Weng Ibarra, Izzy Trazona-Aragon and Monic Icban of the SexBomb Girls. Jopáy is also a cousin of singer-actress Nadine Lustre. A song entitled "Jopay" (composed and sang by Mayonnaise) was written about her. She is married to Joshua Zamora, a former and original member of the dance troupe Maneuvers.
At the request of Bishop Luis del Rosario S.J., of the Archdiocese of Zamboanga, which then included Davao, the Jesuit fathers took over St. Peter's Parochial School and founded the Ateneo de Davao in 1948. The founding fathers were led by Fr. Theodore E. Daigler S.J., who became the first rector of the school. The other founding Jesuits were Alfredo Paguia S.J., Grant Quinn S.J., Scholastics James Donelan S.J. and Rodolfo Malasmas S.J. On 20 May 1948, Ateneo de Davao was registered with the SEC (SEC Registration No. 3467) as a non-stock, non-profit, education institution.
In 1928, conservative elements of the COF were alarmed by the increasing radicalization of Evangelista and his group, and took advantage of their absence by calling a national convention on May 1 of that year. Varona and Evangelista were ousted, and were replaced by Hilario Barroga and Domingo Ponce, respectively, while the move was orchestrated by Evangelista's enemies in the COF: Ruperto Cristobal, Isabelo Tejada, and Antonio Paguia. Evangelista had plans for radical reorganization of the trade union movement, which would lay the groundwork for the communist movement in the Philippines. These plans were almost thwarted in 1928, but Evangelista chose to bide his time for the following year's conference.
The next day, the impeachment court served summons to Corona, who was received by the Supreme Court. Four days later, Vicente Millora, a former president of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP), filed a petition at the Supreme Court questioning the constitutionality of the pending trial, asking for a temporary restraining order (TRO), and to declare the articles of impeachment null and void. Millora contended that the impeachment case did not go through constitutional means as it was passed "undue haste, railroaded, fast-tracked, and signed but not sworn to by the 188 respondent lawmakers." The prosecutors responded by asking the Supreme Court to dismiss the petition. Additional petitions questioning the constitutionality of the impeachment were filed by Vladimir Cabigao, Danilo Lihaylihay, Oliver Lozano, and Allan Paguia and Homobono Adaza.