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PAGODA, comm. law. A denomination of money in Bengal. In the computation of ad valorem duties, it is valued at one dollar and ninety-four cent's. Act of March 2, 1799, s. 61, 1 Story's L. U. S. 626. Vide Foreign Coins.

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El Sindrome PAGOD es una rara condicion genetica, pocos pacientes (incluyendo el nuestro) han sido reportados.
Kapag nakikita ko 'yung maliliit kong kapatid na masaya, na nakakapag aral, eh nawawala lahat ng pagod ko.
Pero 'yung mga NPA na pagod na, kayong mga tipo na niloloko lang diyan, bumaba na kayo.
Simula sa pinaka mababa hanggang sa pinaka-mataas - kahit pagod na siya - 'pag pack up, lahat babatiin niya," Joshua said.
Titiisin namin yung ulan at pagod basta lang masigurado namin na hindi kayo gutom sa traffic for more than 10 hrs
Hindi ko ma-explain pero lahat ng pagod, mawawala (kapag nakita ko siya)," she enthused.
Sabe mo wala tayo usapan sa spa, alam ni Atty Py bakit ko kayo ininvite, una soft opening ng spa ko, pangalawa gusto mo mag-relax dahil pagod ka, tapos sasabihin mo wala tayo usapan.
There was a time na sobra na akong na overwhelmed sabi ko 'Pagod na pagod na talaga ako,' parang I'm doing work tapos biglang magte-text sila about inquiry," he shared.
Sa wakas, literal na may monumento na rin kayo; monumento na hindi inaasahan sapagkat sa tutuusin, hindi naman kinakailangan dahil nakaukit ang inyong hirap, pagod at walang katumbas na sakripisyo sa aming mga puso," said Marcos in a short speech during the inauguration.
Let's say alas-sais na ng madaling araw at pinapaiyak mo pa sila, tapos pagod na pagod na sila hindi na makaiyak o nakakalimutan 'yung linya, okay pa naman sa'kin 'yun," she said.
The narrator's metaphors of architectural fragments imagine the foreground peaks of the Grampian range to be "fantastically set" with cupolas and minarets, whilst the more distant "wild crests" are "ever deck'd as pagods, / or mosque of eastern architect" (1.
Not only is it a rococo tour-de-force topped with a pagoda, pagod and tinkling bells and made by the leading cabinet-makers William and John Linnell, but better yet the mirror was conceived as the centrepiece of the celebrated Chinese bedroom at Badminton House, Gloucestershire, commissioned by the fourth Duke of Beaufort.