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Millennial lingo

Some readers ask Highspeed two write about showbiz lingo, saying it’s been a long time since this column did. Very well, here are some of them, Hollywood-inspired.

Rein Reyes, the nine-year-old boy afflicted with acute myloglenous-leukemia died yesterday while his family was praying the rosary at the Ospital ng Makati.

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‘Towards a More Responsible Entertainment Media’ will be discussed by veteran journalist, Nestor Cuartero, Tempo entertainment editor, Manila Bulletin columnist, and UST lecturer in the 30th Teodoro F. Valencia Lecture Series today, March 3 at 2:30 p.m. at the Valencia Lecture Hall, Rizal Park, Manila.

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Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III has favored a congressional bill granting a hefty salary hike to Bureau of Internal Revenue personnel to attract good professionals to enter and fill up the 10,000 vacant posts and stop the increasing number taxmen from leaving the service due to very low take home pay.

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MB renews commitment

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Manila Bulletin Publishing Corp. Chairman Basilio C. Yap, in behalf of the men and women behind the Manila Bulletin, renewed the nation’s leading newspaper’s commitment to continue serving as the exponent of Philippine progress, but from this point on, with more vigor to inform, inspire, and empower the nation and the Filipino people, during the Manila Bulletin’s 117th anniversary celebration at the historic landmark Manila Hotel Thursday.

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THE Manila Bulletin is 117 years old today. It began as a modest four-page paper with shipping and other commercial information on February 2, 1900. It was the turn of a new century and the Philippines was entering a new and modern world after three and a half centuries of Spanish colonial rule.

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