- Pangasinan is a province of the Republic of the Philippines.
- February 9, 2010 PANGASINENSE Say WWII Beterano walay sakey
- Feb 9, 2010 PANGASINENSE. Say WWII Beterano walay sakey simba so nakekera ed panaplay ya pinsanan ya binepisyo.
- P R E S S R E L E A S E
- Jan 4, 2011 URGES FELLOW PANGASINENSES.
- 1 Pangasinan—An Endangered Language? Retrospect and
- Pangasinenses and speakers of other nondominant languages might maintain the vitality of their mother tongues in this globalized era.
- Languages at Home: The Case of Bi-/Multilingualism in Pangasinan
- is being used by more than 1.
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- never rest until our vision of a more developed region for Ilocanos and Pangasinenses has already been attained.
- Pangasinan posts lower dengue fatality ratio
- The influx of patients in the hospitals might mean the high level of “trust and confidence” of Pangasinenses to seek medical attention there, the governor noted.
- Local school supplies are toxic-free -DTI
- by Venus H. Sarmiento DAGUPAN CITY, Pangasinan, August 17 (PIA1) -- The Department of Trade and Industry assured Pangasinenses that school supplies sold in the market are toxic free.
- Dagupan disaster council office now on Facebook
- He urged Pangasinenses to visit the website at email@example.com. Meanwhile, Mata said the council is prepared in case tropical depression Lando changes direction and head towards the city.
- Pangasinan people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Pangasinan (Pangasinan:Totoon Pangasinan, Spanish: pangasinense) are the eighth largest Filipino ethnolinguistic group.
- United Pangasinenses of Northwest Florida
- IS LOADING. LOADING... UNITED.
- Pangasinense Literary Works and Linguistics - Page 3 - SkyscraperCity
- Pangasinense Literary Works and Linguistics Literature and Languages.
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