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ITeM
ITeM stands for the Instituto del Tercer Mundo which is based in Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay.-Focus on information:

Item (EP)
Item is the first release of Onetwo, and also the first release on the There label. It contains five songs; the last song is a reprise of the first track, "Sister".-Releases:

Item (game)
In pencil and paper games and computer and video games, an item is an object within the game world that can be collected by a player or, occasionally, a non-player character

ITerating
ITerating is a Wiki-based software guide, where users can find, compare and give reviews to software products. Founded in October 2005, and based in New York, ITerating was created by CEO Nicolas Vandenberghe, who saw that there was an industry need for a comprehensive resource to help evaluate software solutions.The site aims to be a reference guide for the IT industry and includes

Iteration
Iteration means the act of repeating a process usually with the aim of approaching a desired goal or target or result. Each repetition of the process is also called an "iteration," and the results of one iteration are used as the starting point for the next iteration.-Mathematics:Iteration in mathematics may refer to the process of iterating a function i.e

Iteration (disambiguation)
Iteration means the act of repeating.It can also refer to:* Often confused with itineration .* Used in Japanese and Chinese languages; see iteration mark.

Ithyphallic (album)
- Papyrus Containing the Spell to Preserve Its Possessor Against Attacks from He Who Is in the Water :"Papyrus Containing the Spell to Preserve Its Possessor Against Attacks from He Who Is in the Water" is Nile's first single, originally released only as a music download through Nuclear Blast's website

ITIM
ITIM may refer to:*ITIM: The Jewish-Life Information Center*Immunoreceptor tyrosine-based inhibitory motif*ITIM *International Tibet Independence Movement

ITIM (news agency)
ITIM is a news agency established in 1950 in Tel Aviv, Israel.-History:ITIM was founded in 1950 by the seven main Israeli newspapers of the time, who each held an equal stake in the agency.The agency went into receivership in November 2003 and nearly ceased operations due to massive debts. On 19 February 2004, it was bought by an Israeli company for US$75,000

Itinerant
An itinerant is a person who travels from place to place with no fixed home. The term comes from the late 16th century: from late Latin itinerant , from the verb itinerari, from Latin iter, itiner .

ITK (gene)
IL2-inducible T-cell kinase, also known as ITK, is a protein that in humans is encoded by the ITK gene.- Function :This gene encodes an intracellular tyrosine kinase expressed in T-cells

ITunes Originals – Moby
iTunes Originals – Moby is a digital compilation album by Moby from the iTunes Originals series, featuring re-recordings of songs from his 2005 studio album, Hotel. The compilation was released exclusively in the US iTunes Store on July 26, 2005, and was later renamed to Hotel , after Moby's 2005 studio album, Hotel

Ius civile
Ius civile is Latin for "citizen law" . It was the body of common laws that applied to Roman citizens and the Praetores Urbani, the individuals who had jurisdiction over cases involving citizens.

IV
IV may refer to:* the Roman numeral for 4*Côte d'Ivoire, a country*Subdominant, in music theory- Initialisms :*Immigration Voice, an activist organization*Implied volatility, a term in financial mathematics

IV (Diamond Rio album)
IV is the fourth studio album released by American country music band Diamond Rio. It produced the Top 5 singles "Walkin' Away", "That's What I Get for Lovin' You" and "Holdin'", as well as the #15 "It's All in Your Head". "She Misses Him on Sunday the Most" was released as a single in Germany only

IV (To/Die/For album)
IV is the fourth album by Finnish Gothic-Doom Metal band To/Die/For.-Track listing:# Autumn Forever - 4:31# This World is Made For Me - 3:44# Lies - 4:05# New Year's Day - 5:04# Chaotic Me - 3:22# Little Deaths - 4:13

Iva
Iva can mean:* Iva, the name of a tree which grows on mountains, and means strong .* Iva, South Carolina, a town in the United States* Iva, Samoa, a village* Iva , a 1993 film by Izu Ojukwu

Iva (genus)
Iva is a genus of plants. Plants of this genus are known generally as marshelders.Selected species:*Iva angustifolia - narrowleaf marshelder*Iva annua - annual marshelder, sumpweed*Iva asperifolia - Pensacola marshelder

Ivan (Brno-Country District)
Ivaň is a village in the Brno-Country District, South Moravian Region of the Czech Republic. On the date August 28, 2006 it had 704 inhabitants. First written notice about village is from year 1257. It lies on the Jihlava River.

Ivan (name)
Ivan is a Christian male given name that is primarily associated with Slavic languages.-Etymology:Ivan is the common Slavic Latin spelling, while Cyrillic spelling is two-fold: in Bulgarian, Russian, Macedonian, Serbian it is Иван, while in Belarusian and Ukrainian it is Iван.It is the Slavic relative of the Latin name Johannes, corresponding to English John.This

Ivanhoe (1982 film)
Ivanhoe is a 1982 television film adaptation of Sir Walter Scott's novel of the same name. The film was directed by Douglas Camfield and screenplay written by John Gay

Ivanhoe (Metra)
Ivanhoe is one of two commuter rail stations on the Metra Electric main branch in Riverdale, Illinois. The station is located at 144th Street and Tracy Street, and is away from the northern terminus at Millennium Station

Ivonne
Ivonne is a Hispanic female name derived from the french name Yvonne.-People:*Ivonne Belen*Ivonne Coll*Ivonne Harrison*Ivonne Leal*Ivonne Montero*Ivonne Ortega Pacheco*Ivonne Soto*Ivonne Teichmann

Ivory Tower
The term Ivory Tower originates in the Biblical Song of Solomon , and was later used as an epithet for Mary.From the 19th century it has been used to designate a world or atmosphere where intellectuals engage in pursuits that are disconnected from the practical concerns of everyday life

Ivory Tower (Antarctica)
Ivory Tower is a small peak rising to about 800 m, 1.5 miles east of Fadden Peak, between Harold Byrd Mountains and Bender Mountains. The peak was visited by a United States Antarctic Research Program -Arizona State University geological party, 1977-78, and so named from its composition of nearly all white marble.

Ivory Tower (Van Morrison song)
"Ivory Tower" is a song written by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison and included on his 1986 album, No Guru, No Method, No Teacher. The song was also released as a single with the B-side "A New Kind of Man", from his previous album A Sense of Wonder

IVR (disambiguation)
IVR is a three-letter abbreviation that may refer to:* Accelerated idioventricular rhythm* Interactive voice response* International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy* Interventional radiology* Inter-VSAN Routing

Ivy (film)
Ivy is an American crime film noir directed by Sam Wood and written by Charles Bennett, based on The Story of Ivy, the novel written by Marie Belloc Lowndes. The drama features Joan Fontaine, Patric Knowles, Herbert Marshall, among others. The film was entered into the 1947 Cannes Film Festival.-Plot:Ivy Lexton is a woman with a hunger to seduce men

Ivy (motorcycles)
Ivy was a motorcycle manufacturer between 1907 and 1934 in Birmingham, England. It was run by various brothers from the Newman family. Ivy built about 6,000 motorcycles of various models. Most used two-stroke engines made by either J.A.P. or Precision, but there was also an engine designed and manufactured by Ivy

Ivy (Soul Calibur)
, commonly called , is a fictional character in the Soul series of video games. Created by Namco's Project Soul division, she first appeared in the original Soulcalibur and its subsequent sequels, later appearing in various merchandise related to the series

Ivy League
The Ivy League is an athletic conference comprising eight private institutions of higher education in the Northeastern United States. The conference name is also commonly used to refer to those eight schools as a group

Ivy League (clothes)
For other uses of the term Ivy League see Ivy League Ivy League is a style of men's dress, popular in the late 1950s, and said to have originated on college campuses. The clothing stores J

Ivy League (disambiguation)
Ivy League can refer to:*Ivy League, an NCAA Division I athletic conference formed from eight schools and a name for the schools as a group*Ivy League Records, a record label*The Ivy League , a 1960s British pop trio

IW
IW may mean:*Interwiki links in MediaWiki and other wiki software. See also: Help:InterWikimedia links*Irish Wolfhound, a breed of dog-Codes:*IW, the IATA code for AOM French Airlines*The former ISO 639 language code for Hebrew, changed to HE

Iwo Jima (disambiguation)
-Places:*Iwo Jima, a volcanic island in Japan’s Ogasawara Islands chain, now officially called Iōtō in Japanese, that was the scene of the Battle of Iwo Jima in World War II

Ix
Ix or IX may refer to:* iX , a German monthly computer magazine* Ix , a fictional planet in Frank Herbert's Dune* IX , a Unix operating system* IX , an album by Bulldozer

IX (album)
IX is the third album by the Italian black/speed metal band, Bulldozer, released in 1987.-Track listing:# IX# Desert !# Ilona the Very Best# Misogynists# Heaven's Jail# Rob "Klister"# The Derby# No-way# The Vision Never Fades

Ix (Oz)
Ix is a fictional region in The Oz series of novels created by L. Frank Baum. It neighbors the Land of Oz and Noland, and is ruled by the centuries-old witch-queen Zixi.

Ixion (disambiguation)
-Machinery:* Ixion is a German manufacturer of quality deep hole drilling machines located in Hamburg.-Transportation:* Ixion was a South Devon Railway 4-4-0ST steam locomotive in the South Devon Railway Comet class.

Ixodidae
Ixodidae is a family of ticks containing the hard ticks.-Description:They are distinguished from the other main family of ticks, the soft ticks by the presence of a scutum or hard shield

IYA
Iya may refer to:people* Iya Abubakar, Nigerian politician* Iya Arepina, Russian actress* Iya Nacuaa Teyusi Ñaña, Mixtec ruler* Iya Savvina, Soviet actress* Iya Villania, Australian actress* Iya Parent, Polish Auntplaces

Iyasu
Iyasu is an Ethiopian name meaning Joshua. It can also mean Yasu , Yesu, or Jesu.Various Ethiopian Emperors have used the name including:*Iyasu I of Ethiopia *Iyasu II of Ethiopia

IZA (album)
IZA is an album recorded by Izabella Scorupco.-Track listing:#"Shame Shame Shame"# I Write You a Love Song# Everything to You# You Take Me Up# When Passion Rules the Heart# Red Hot and Blue

Izba
An izba is a traditional Russian countryside dwelling. A type of log house, it forms the living quarters of a conventional Russian farmstead. It is generally built close to the road and inside a yard, which also encloses a kitchen garden, hayshed, and barn within a simple woven stick fence

Izzard
Izzard may refer to:* Bob Izzard* Brad Izzard* Craig Izzard* Eddie Izzard, English comedian and actor* Grant Izzard* Mark Izzard* Ralph Izzard* An 18th century dialectal name for the letter Z

Izzard (fanzine)
Izzard was a science fiction fanzine edited by Patrick Nielsen Hayden and Teresa Nielsen Hayden. It was nominated for the Hugo Award in 1984. Contributors included Terry Carr, Steve Stiles, Greg Benford, Ted White, Greg Pickersgill, Avedon Carol, Dave Langford, Stu Shiffman, Taral Wayne, Ray Nelson and Alexis Gilliland.- References :* *

Philadelphia Convention
The Constitutional Convention took place from May 14 to September 17, 1787, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to address problems in governing the United States of America, which had been operating under the Articles of Confederation following independence from

Philadelphia Experiment
The Philadelphia Experiment is the name of an alleged naval military experiment said to have been carried out at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA sometime around October 28, 1943. It is alleged that the U.S. Navy destroyer escort USS Eldridge was to be rendered invisible to enemy devices

Philadelphia Fire Department
The Philadelphia Fire Department provides firefighting and Emergency Medical Services within the City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Philadelphia Flyers
The Philadelphia Flyers are a professional ice hockey team based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They are members of the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League

Philadelphia High School for Creative and Performing Arts
The Philadelphia High School for Creative and Performing Arts is a magnet school in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Students major in one of six areas: Creative Writing, Instrumental Music, Visual Arts, Theater, Dance, and Vocal Music

Philadelphia Marathon
The Philadelphia Marathon , founded in 1954, is an annual marathon sporting event hosted by the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on the third Sunday of November each year. The course is a certified , and is sanctioned by the USA Track & Field.-History:In 2011, two competitors died

Philadelphia Museum of Art
The Philadelphia Museum of Art is among the largest art museums in the United States. It is located at the west end of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia's Fairmount Park. The Museum was established in 1876 in conjunction with the Centennial Exposition of the same year

Philadelphia Park Racetrack
Parx Racing and Casino is a thoroughbred horse racetrack and racino in Bensalem, Pennsylvania. It currently houses 3,300 slot machines.-History:

Philadelphia Phillies
The Philadelphia Phillies are a Major League Baseball team. They are the oldest continuous, one-name, one-city franchise in all of professional American sports, dating to 1883. The Phillies are a member of the Eastern Division of Major League Baseball's National League

Philadelphia Police Department
The Philadelphia Police Department is the police agency responsible for law enforcement and investigations within the City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia Savings Fund Society
The Philadelphia Savings Fund Society , originally called the Philadelphia Saving Fund Society, was a savings bank headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. PSFS was founded in December 1816, becoming the first savings bank to organize and do business in the United States

Philadelphia Stock Exchange
Philadelphia Stock Exchange , now known as NASDAQ OMX PHLX, is the oldest stock exchange in the United States, founded in 1790. It is now owned by NASDAQ OMX and located at 1900 Market Street, in Center City Philadelphia.-History:

Philadelphia Zoo
The Philadelphia Zoo, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the west bank of the Schuylkill River, was the first zoo in the United States. Chartered by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on March 21, 1859, its opening was delayed by the American Civil War until July 1, 1874

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Philadelphia is the largest city in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the county seat of Philadelphia County, with which it is coterminous. The city is located in the Northeastern United States along the Delaware and Schuylkill rivers. It is the fifth-most-populous city in the United States, with a population of 1,526,006 as of the 2010 U.S. Census

Philanthropist
A philanthropist is someone who engages in philanthropy; that is, someone who donates his or her time, money, and/or reputation to charitable causes

Philanthropy
Philanthropy etymologically means "the love of humanity"—love in the sense of caring for, nourishing, developing, or enhancing; humanity in the sense of "what it is to be human," or "human potential." In modern practical terms, it is "private initiatives for public good, focusing on quality of life"—balancing the social-scientific aspect emphasized in the 21st century, with

Phileas Fogg
Phileas Fogg is the main fictional character in the 1873 Jules Verne novel Around the World in Eighty Days.Fogg attempts to circumnavigate the late Victorian world in eighty days, or less, for a wager of £20,000 with members of London's Reform Club. He takes the wager and leaves with Passepartout, vowing to return by 8.45 pm on Saturday 21 December 1872

Philip Anschutz
Philip Frederick Anschutz is an American entrepreneur. Anschutz bought out his father's drilling company in 1961 and earned large returns in Wyoming. He has invested in stocks, real estate and railroads

Philip Gidley King
Captain Philip Gidley King RN was a British naval officer and colonial administrator. He is best known as the official founder of the first European settlement on Norfolk Island and as the third Governor of New South Wales.-Early years and establishment of Norfolk Island settlement:King was born at Launceston, Cornwall, England on 23 April

Philip Glass
Philip Glass is an American composer. He is considered to be one of the most influential composers of the late 20th century and is widely acknowledged as a composer who has brought art music to the public .His music is often described as minimalist, along with

Philip Henson
Philip Henson was a scout and spy for the Union Army during the American Civil War. Upon the election of U.S. Grant to the U.S. Presidency , Henson became the first Special Secret Service Agent of the United States of America, serving until Grant's death in 1885

Philip Hobsbaum
Philip Dennis Hobsbaum was a British teacher, poet and critic.-Life:Hobsbaum was born into a Polish Jewish family in London, and brought up in Bradford, in Yorkshire. He read English at Downing College, Cambridge, where he was taught and heavily influenced by F. R. Leavis

Philip IV of France
Philip the Fair was, as Philip IV, King of France from 1285 until his death. He was the husband of Joan I of Navarre, by virtue of which he was, as Philip I, King of Navarre and Count of Champagne from 1284 to 1305.-Youth:A member of the House of Capet, Philip was born at the Palace of Fontainebleau at Seine-et-Marne, the son of

Philip Kearny
Philip Kearny, Jr., was a United States Army officer, notable for his leadership in the Mexican-American War and American Civil War. He was killed in action in the 1862 Battle of Chantilly.-Early life and career:

Philip Kotler
Philip Kotler is the S.C. Johnson & Son Distinguished Professor of International Marketing at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.-Early life:He received his master's degree at the University of Chicago

Philip Mack
Philip John Mack was an officer of the British Royal Navy.He was born in Paston Hall near Norwich, the son of Paston Mack, a Major in the 12th Royal Lancers, British Army

Philip Marlowe
Philip Marlowe is a fictional character created by Raymond Chandler in a series of novels including The Big Sleep and The Long Goodbye. Marlowe first appeared under that name in The Big Sleep published in 1939

Philip Nitschke
Dr. Philip Nitschke is an Australian medical doctor, humanist, author and founder and director of the pro-euthanasia group Exit International. He campaigned successfully to have a legal euthanasia law passed in Australia's Northern Territory and assisted four people in ending their lives before the law was overturned by the Federal government

Philip Roth
Philip Milton Roth is an American novelist. He gained fame with the 1959 novella Goodbye, Columbus, an irreverent and humorous portrait of Jewish-American life that earned him a National Book Award

Philip Sassoon
Sir Philip Albert Gustave David Sassoon, 3rd Baronet, GBE, CMG , was a British politician, art collector and social host, entertaining many celebrity guests at his homes, Port Lympne, Kent, and Trent Park, Hertfordshire, England.-Family:Sassoon was a member of the prominent Sassoon family and Rothschild family

Philip Schuyler
Philip John Schuyler was a general in the American Revolution and a United States Senator from New York. He is usually known as Philip Schuyler, while his son is usually known as Philip J. Schuyler.-Early life:

Philip Selznick
Philip Selznick was professor of law and society at the University of California, Berkeley. A noted author in organizational theory, sociology of law and public administration, Selznick's work has been groundbreaking in several fields in such books as The Moral Commonwealth, TVA and the Grass Roots, and Leadership in Administration.Selznick received his

Philip Sheridan
Philip Henry Sheridan was a career United States Army officer and a Union general in the American Civil War. His career was noted for his rapid rise to major general and his close association with Lt. Gen. Ulysses S

Philip Sidney
Sir Philip Sidney was an English poet, courtier and soldier, and is remembered as one of the most prominent figures of the Elizabethan Age

Philipp Hildebrand
Philipp Hildebrand is a Swiss banker. Since 2003 he has been a member of the governing board of the Swiss National Bank. With effect from 1 January 2010, the Federal Council appointed him to the positions of Chairman of the Governing Board and Head of Department I in Zurich.-Background:While at

Philipp von Ferrary
Philip Ferrari de La Renotière, Duke of Gallièra was a legendary stamp collector, assembling probably the most complete worldwide collection that ever existed, or is likely to exist

Philippe Petit
Philippe Petit is a French high-wire artist who gained fame for his high-wire walk between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City, New York, on 7 August 1974

Philippe Starck
Philippe Patrick Starck is a French product designer and probably the best known designer in the New Design style

Philippi
Philippi was a city in eastern Macedonia, established by Philip II in 356 BC and abandoned in the 14th century after the Ottoman conquest

Philippine Air Force
The Philippine Air Force is the air force of the Republic of the Philippines, and one of the three main services of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. Its official name in Filipino is Hukbong Himpapawid ng Pilipinas.

Philippine Airlines
Philippine Airlines, Inc. operating as Philippine Airlines, is a flag carrier of the Philippines. Headquartered in the Philippine National Bank Financial Center in Pasay City, the airline was founded in 1941 and is the first and oldest commercial airline in Asia operating under its original name

Philippine Army
The Philippine Army is the ground arm of the Armed Forces of the Philippines . Its official name in Tagalog is Hukbong Katihan ng Pilipinas. On July 23, 2010, President Benigno Aquino III appointed Maj. Gen

Philippine Basketball Association
The Philippine Basketball Association , is a men's professional basketball league in the Philippines composed of 10 company-branded franchised teams. It is the first and oldest professional basketball league in Asia and the second oldest in the world after the NBA

Philippine Cobra
The Philippine Cobra is a stocky, highly venomous spitting cobra native to the Philippines. The Philippine Cobra is called "ulupong" in Tagalog and "Agwason" in Cebuano-Bisaya.-Description:

Philippine Constabulary
The Philippine Constabulary ' was the oldest of four service commands of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. It was a gendarmerie type para-military police force of the Philippines established in 1901 by the United States-appointed administrative authority replacing the Guardia Civil

Philippine crocodile
The Philippine crocodile is a crocodile found in the Philippines. It is also known as the Mindoro crocodile and the Philippine freshwater crocodile. In the Philippines, it is strictly prohibited to kill a crocodile, but its status is critically endangered from exploitation and unsustainable fishing methods, such as dynamite fishing

Philippine Daily Inquirer
The Philippine Daily Inquirer, popularly known as the Inquirer, is the most widely read broadsheet newspaper in the Philippines, with a daily circulation of 260,000 copies. It is one of the Philippines' newspapers of record

Philippine General Hospital
The Philippine General Hospital is a tertiary state-owned hospital administered and operated by the University of the Philippines Manila, the University of the Philippines System's Health Sciences Center. It is the largest government hospital administered by the university, and is designated as the National University Hospital. It is located at Ermita, Manila in the Philippines

Philippine Independent Church
The Philippine Independent Church, The Philippine Independent Church, The Philippine Independent Church, (officially the or the IFI, also known as the Philippine Independent Catholic Church or in Ilocano: Siwawayawaya nga Simbaan ti Filipinas (in in Kinaray-a/Hiligaynon: Simbahan Hilway nga Pilipinhon, is a Christian denomination of the Catholic tradition in the form of a national church

Philippine Lotto Draw
The Philippine Lotto Draw is a television program in the Philippines. Produced by the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office and it is aired on the People's Television Network since March 8, 1995. The draw is also simulcast live on AM radios DZME and DZRH, both licensed in Mega Manila

Philippine Marine Corps
The Philippine Marine Corps is the marine corps of the Philippines, and is part of the Philippine Navy.- History :

Philippine Merchant Marine Academy
The Philippine Merchant Marine Academy is a premiere merchant marine academy in the Philippines. Operated by the Filipino government under the supervision of the Commission on Higher Education , the academy is located in San Narciso, in the province of Zambales. Students are called midshipmen but are often also referred to as cadets

Philippine Military Academy
The Philippine Military Academy or PMA, is the Philippine military school for the Armed Forces of the Philippines . PMA was established on December 21, 1936 by the virtue of Commonwealth Act No. 1 . PMA is located in Baguio, Benguet province

Philippine National Railways
The Philippine National Railways , or PNR, is a state-owned railway company in the Philippines, operating a single line of track on Luzon. As of 2010, it operates one commuter rail service in Metro Manila and a second in the Bicol Region. PNR restored its intercity service to the Bicol region in 2011

Philippine Navy
The Philippine Navy is the naval arm of the Armed Forces of the Philippines . Its official name in Filipino is Hukbong Dagat ng Pilipinas, literally, "Sea Force of the Philippines".

Philippine Nurses Association
Founded on September 2, 1922 as Filipino Nurses Association in a meeting of 150 nurses presided by then Anastacia Giron , the FNA was incorporated in 1924. The International Council of Nurses accepted the FNA as one of the member organizations during the congress held in Montreal, Canada on July 8–13, 1929

Philippine peso
The peso is the currency of the Philippines. It is subdivided into 100 centavos . Before 1967, the language used on the banknotes and coins was English and so "peso" was the name used

Philippine peso bills
Banknotes of the Philippine peso are issued by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas for circulation in the Philippines. The smallest amount of legal tender in wide circulation is 20 peso and the largest is 1000 peso

Philippine Pond Turtle
Siebenrockiella leytensis is a species of freshwater turtle endemic to the Philippines. It is classified as critically endangered. It is known as the Philippine forest turtle, the Philippine pond turtle, the Palawan turtle, or the Leyte pond turtle

Philippine Postal Corporation
The Philippine Postal Corporation, , abbreviated as PhilPost, is a government-owned and controlled corporation responsible for providing postal services in the Philippines. The Philippine Postal Corporation has an estimated 13,800 employees and runs more than 2,000 post offices nationwide

Philippine revolts against Spain
During the Spanish colonial period in the Philippines, there were several revolts against of the Spanish colonial government by native-born Filipinos and Chinese, often with the goal of re-establishing the rights and powers that had traditionally belonged to tribal chiefs and Chinese traders

Philippine Revolution
The Philippine Revolution , called the "Tagalog War" by the Spanish, was an armed military conflict between the people of the Philippines and the Spanish colonial authorities which resulted in the secession of the Philippine Islands from the Spanish Empire.The Philippine Revolution began in August 1896, upon the discovery of the anti-colonial secret

Philippine Scouts
The Philippine Scouts was a military organization of the United States Army from 1901 until the end of World War II. Made up of native Filipinos assigned to the United States Army Philippine Department, these troops were generally enlisted and under the command of American officers, however, a handful of Filipinos received commissions from the United States Military Academy

Philippine Stock Exchange
The Philippine Stock Exchange is the national stock exchange of the Philippines. It is one of the oldest stock exchanges in Southeast Asia, having been in continuous operation since its inception in 1927

Philippine Veterans Bank
Philippine Veterans Bank, also known as PVB and Veterans Bank, is a medium-sized commercial bank in the Philippines. PVB is owned by Philippine World War II war veterans and their families and caters to both corporate and retail financial markets

Philippine-American War
The Philippine–American War, also known as the Philippine War of Independence or the Philippine Insurrection , was an armed conflict between a group of Filipino revolutionaries and the United States which arose from the struggle of the First Philippine Republic to gain independence following annexation by the United States

Philippines
The Philippines , officially known as the Republic of the Philippines , is a country in Southeast Asia in the western Pacific Ocean. To its north across the Luzon Strait lies Taiwan. West across the South China Sea sits Vietnam

Philipps University of Marburg
The Philipp University of Marburg , was founded in 1527 by Landgrave Philip I of Hesse as the world's oldest university dating back to a Protestant foundation

Philips Consumer Electronics
Philips Consumer Lifestyle is a part of Philips ; which is one of the largest electronics companies in the world. In 2005, its sales were € 30.4 billion and it employed 161,500 people in more than 60 countries. Other Philips divisions are: Philips Lighting, Philips Healthcare, Philips Domestic Appliances and Personal Care

Philips Records
Philips Records is a record label that was founded by Dutch electronics company Philips. It was started by "Philips Phonographische Industrie" in 1950. Recordings were made with popular artists of various nationalities and also with classical artists from Germany, France and Holland. Philips also distributed recordings made by the US Columbia Records on the European continent

 
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