Synonyms for patajo or Related words with patajo

zenamon              guarinos              hortal              faundez              gambala              saldarriaga              barquet              dujali              gastelu              milayda              aracelis              abordo              manjarrez              capuno              condez              namnama              marvezzi              oyhenart              magalys              monang              ituarte              esquillo              ortigosa              lizmarie              monsenor              dupleak              jacyra              lizaso              alzola              lorilla              arzallus              pagdalagan              purificacion              salatiel              decapriles              isaza              yudith              tuxqs              conedera              polozzi              etxaniz              aniano              mahecha              villarba              aranibar              freile              dalusong              anievas              cresencio              evencio             

Examples of "patajo"
UP continues to dominate Metrobank Foundation's Search for Outstanding Teachers (SOT) with over a score of winners, including Milagros D. Ibe (1987), Priscelina Patajo-Legasto (1998), Caesar Saloma (2007) and Dina Joana Ocampo (2009).
Founded and formally inaugurated during the 19th anniversary celebration of Manila Doctors Hospital (MDH) in 1975 and first known as the Manila Doctors Hospital School of Nursing, the College was originally located at the fourth floor of the Manila Doctors Hospital along United Nations Avenue in Manila. Its founding members include Dr. Ambrosio Tangco, Dr. Gonzalo F. Austria, Dr. Fidel Estrada, Dr. Jose Villanueva and then members of the Board of Directors of MDH. Mrs. Cristeta T. Patajo was the first principal.
Roco ran for president in the 1998 Philippine election. He lost to Vice-President Joseph Estrada but had a remarkable showing in a field of eleven candidates despite being an independent candidate. His strong showing was attributed to the widespread support he received from young Filipinos who eventually formed his party, Aksyon Demokratiko, and its youth arm, Aksyon Kabataan. Party leaders then included Jaime Galvez Tan, Lorna Patajo-Kapunan and Darwin Mariano.
The story of Zsazsa Zaturnnah has been the subject of a number of academic essays. Soledad S. Reyes' "From Darna to Zsazsa Zaturnnah" appears in her essay collection "Darna to Zsazsa Zaturnnah: Desire and Fantasy : Essays on Literature and Popular Culture," published by Anvil Publishing in 2009. Meanwhile, Eleanor Sarah Reposar's essay "Carlo Vergara's Zsazsa Zaturnnah and the Tradition of Subversion in Philippine komiks" appears in the essay collection "Philippine Studies: Have We Gone Beyond St. Louis?" edited by Priscelina Patajo-Legasto, and published by the University of the Philippines Press in 2008.