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  1. Cavite Office: 2/F DC Petroleum Gas Station Bldg, Brgy. Maguyam Silang Cavite. Cebu Office: G/F CAP Bldg. Sambag II Osmeña Blvd. Cebu City, Philippines 6000 Telephone: 0917-8469367 Mobile: +63 32 253 7070. Davao Office: 2/F RGL Bldg., Sandawa Road, S.I.R. New Matina, Davao City Telephone: +63 82 224 1626 Mobile: (+63 917 853 9307

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  4. The stations typically has on-air name format [network name] [city/province], reflecting their respective network and their broadcast coverage. Due to regulations in 2002 Act on Broadcasting, currently owned-and-operated radio stations tend to air mostly local programming, while owned-and-operated television stations are allowed to air mostly ...

  5. Most addresses should have the barangay (the smallest unit of local government in the Philippines) listed, but in some large cities (e.g. Manila), the district name is provided instead, and the barangay name would not be used if it is just a number, letter, or an alphanumeric combinations (usual in some city or town centers, often called ...

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  7. The Philippine Constabulary was placed on active service with the Philippine Commonwealth Army and re-established on October 28, 1944, to June 30, 1946, during the Allied liberation to Post-World War II era. Fighting continued in remote corners of the Philippines until Japan's surrender in August 1945, which was signed on September 2 in Tokyo Bay.

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