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Saturday, November 28, 2009

StuffedNurse : EXCLUSIVE NOVEMBER 09 PNLE BOARD EXAM TIPS/POINTERS TO STUDY

DISCLAIMER: I AM NOT SAYING TO STUDY ONLY THESE TOPICS, BUT I JUST THINK THAT IT WOULD HELP A LOT IF THIS AT LEAST GIVES YOU GUYS SOMETHING TO FOCUS ON
December 2009 TIPS

Saturday, November 21, 2009

StuffedNurse : FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING IMPORTANT CONCEPTS BULLETS FOR THE NCLEX AND NLE (part 2 of 9)



?Ethnocentrism is the universal belief that one’s way of life is superior to others’.

 When a nurse is communicating with a patient through an interpreter, the nurse should speak to the patient and the interpreter.

 In accordance with the “hot-cold” system used by some Mexicans, Puerto Ricans, and other Hispanic and Latino groups, most foods, beverages, herbs, and drugs are described as “cold.”

 Prejudice is a hostile attitude toward individuals of a particular group.

 Discrimination is preferential treatment of individuals of a particular group. It’s usually discussed in a negative sense.

 Increased gastric motility interferes with the absorption of oral drugs.

 The three phases of the therapeutic relationship are orientation, working, and termination.

 Patients often exhibit resistive and challenging behaviors in the orientation phase of the therapeutic relationship.

 Abdominal assessment is performed in the following order: inspection, auscultation, palpation, and percussion.

 When measuring blood pressure in a neonate, the nurse should select a cuff that’s no less than one-half and no more than two-thirds the length of the extremity that’s used.

 When administering a drug by Z-track, the nurse shouldn’t use the same needle that was used to draw the drug into the syringe because doing so could stain the skin.

 Sites for intradermal injection include the inner arm, the upper chest, and on the back, under the scapula.

 When evaluating whether an answer on an examination is correct, the nurse should consider whether the action that’s described promotes autonomy (independence), safety, self-esteem, and a sense of belonging.

 When answering a question on the NCLEX examination, the student should consider the cue (the stimulus for a thought) and the inference (the thought) to determine whether the inference is correct. When in doubt, the nurse should select an answer that indicates the need for further information to eliminate ambiguity. For example, the patient complains of chest pain (the stimulus for the thought) and the nurse infers that the patient is having cardiac pain (the thought). In this case, the nurse hasn’t confirmed whether the pain is cardiac. It would be more appropriate to make further assessments.

 Veracity is truth and is an essential component of a therapeutic relationship between a health care provider and his patient.

 Beneficence is the duty to do no harm and the duty to do good. There’s an obligation in patient care to do no harm and an equal obligation to assist the patient.

 Nonmaleficence is the duty to do no harm.

 Frye’s ABCDE cascade provides a framework for prioritizing care by identifying the most important treatment concerns.

 A = Airway. This category includes everything that affects a patent airway, including a foreign object, fluid from an upper respiratory infection, and edema from trauma or an allergic reaction.

 B = Breathing. This category includes everything that affects the breathing pattern, including hyperventilation or hypoventilation and abnormal breathing patterns, such as Korsakoff’s, Biot’s, or Cheyne-Stokes respiration.

 C = Circulation. This category includes everything that affects the circulation, including fluid and electrolyte disturbances and disease processes that affect cardiac output.

 D = Disease processes. If the patient has no problem with the airway, breathing, or circulation, then the nurse should evaluate the disease processes, giving priority to the disease process that poses the greatest immediate risk. For example, if a patient has terminal cancer and hypoglycemia, hypoglycemia is a more immediate concern.

 E = Everything else. This category includes such issues as writing an incident report and completing the patient chart. When evaluating needs, this category is never the highest priority.

 When answering a question on an NCLEX examination, the basic rule is “assess before action.” The student should evaluate each possible answer carefully. Usually, several answers reflect the implementation phase of nursing and one or two reflect the assessment phase. In this case, the best choice is an assessment response unless a specific course of action is clearly indicated.

 Rule utilitarianism is known as the “greatest good for the greatest number of people” theory.

 Egalitarian theory emphasizes that equal access to goods and services must be provided to the less fortunate by an affluent society.

 Active euthanasia is actively helping a person to die.

 Brain death is irreversible cessation of all brain function.

 Passive euthanasia is stopping the therapy that’s sustaining life.

 A third-party payer is an insurance company.

 Utilization review is performed to determine whether the care provided to a patient was appropriate and cost-effective.

 A value cohort is a group of people who experienced an out-of-the-ordinary event that shaped their values.

 Voluntary euthanasia is actively helping a patient to die at the patient’s request.

 Bananas, citrus fruits, and potatoes are good sources of potassium.

 Good sources of magnesium include fish, nuts, and grains.

 Beef, oysters, shrimp, scallops, spinach, beets, and greens are good sources of iron.

 Intrathecal injection is administering a drug through the spine.

 When a patient asks a question or makes a statement that’s emotionally charged, the nurse should respond to the emotion behind the statement or question rather than to what’s being said or asked.

 The steps of the trajectory-nursing model are as follows:

– Step 1: Identifying the trajectory phase

– Step 2: Identifying the problems and establishing goals

– Step 3: Establishing a plan to meet the goals

– Step 4: Identifying factors that facilitate or hinder attainment of the goals

– Step 5: Implementing interventions

– Step 6: Evaluating the effectiveness of the interventions

 A Hindu patient is likely to request a vegetarian diet.

 Pain threshold, or pain sensation, is the initial point at which a patient feels pain.

 The difference between acute pain and chronic pain is its duration.

 Referred pain is pain that’s felt at a site other than its origin.

 Alleviating pain by performing a back massage is consistent with the gate control theory.

 Romberg’s test is a test for balance or gait.

 Pain seems more intense at night because the patient isn’t distracted by daily activities.


 Older patients commonly don’t report pain because of fear of treatment, lifestyle changes, or dependency.

 No pork or pork products are allowed in a Muslim diet.

 Two goals of Healthy People 2010 are:

– Help individuals of all ages to increase the quality of life and the number of years of optimal health

– Eliminate health disparities among different segments of the population.



Thursday, November 19, 2009

StuffedNurse : FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING IMPORTANT CONCEPTS BULLETS FOR THE NCLEX AND NLE (part 1 of 9)



?A community nurse is serving as a patient’s advocate if she tells a malnourished patient to go to a meal program at a local park.

 If a patient isn’t following his treatment plan, the nurse should first ask why.

 Falls are the leading cause of injury in elderly people.

 Primary prevention is true prevention. Examples are immunizations, weight control, and smoking cessation.

 Secondary prevention is early detection. Examples include purified protein derivative (PPD), breast self-examination, testicular self-examination, and chest X-ray.

 Tertiary prevention is treatment to prevent long-term complications.

 A patient indicates that he’s coming to terms with having a chronic disease when he says, “I’m never going to get any better.”

 On noticing religious artifacts and literature on a patient’s night stand, a culturally aware nurse would ask the patient the meaning of the items.

 A Mexican patient may request the intervention of a curandero, or faith healer, who involves the family in healing the patient.

 In an infant, the normal hemoglobin value is 12 g/dl.

 The nitrogen balance estimates the difference between the intake and use of protein.

 Most of the absorption of water occurs in the large intestine.

 Most nutrients are absorbed in the small intestine.

 When assessing a patient’s eating habits, the nurse should ask, “What have you eaten in the last 24 hours?”

 A vegan diet should include an abundant supply of fiber.

 A hypotonic enema softens the feces, distends the colon, and stimulates peristalsis.

 First-morning urine provides the best sample to measure glucose, ketone, pH, and specific gravity values.

 To induce sleep, the first step is to minimize environmental stimuli.

 Before moving a patient, the nurse should assess the patient’s physical abilities and ability to understand instructions as well as the amount of strength required to move the patient.

 To lose 1 lb (0.5 kg) in 1 week, the patient must decrease his weekly intake by 3,500 calories (approximately 500 calories daily). To lose 2 lb (1 kg) in 1 week, the patient must decrease his weekly caloric intake by 7,000 calories (approximately 1,000 calories daily).

 To avoid shearing force injury, a patient who is completely immobile is lifted on a sheet.

 To insert a catheter from the nose through the trachea for suction, the nurse should ask the patient to swallow.

 Vitamin C is needed for collagen production.

 Only the patient can describe his pain accurately.

 Cutaneous stimulation creates the release of endorphins that block the transmission of pain stimuli.

 Patient-controlled analgesia is a safe method to relieve acute pain caused by surgical incision, traumatic injury, labor and delivery, or cancer.

 An Asian American or European American typically places distance between himself and others when communicating.

 The patient who believes in a scientific, or biomedical, approach to health is likely to expect a drug, treatment, or surgery to cure illness.

 Chronic illnesses occur in very young as well as middle-aged and very old people.

 The trajectory framework for chronic illness states that preferences about daily life activities affect treatment decisions.

 Exacerbations of chronic disease usually cause the patient to seek treatment and may lead to hospitalization.

 School health programs provide cost-effective health care for low-income families and those who have no health insurance.

 Collegiality is the promotion of collaboration, development, and interdependence among members of a profession.

 A change agent is an individual who recognizes a need for change or is selected to make a change within an established entity, such as a hospital.

 The patients’ bill of rights was introduced by the American Hospital Association.

 Abandonment is premature termination of treatment without the patient’s permission and without appropriate relief of symptoms.

 Values clarification is a process that individuals use to prioritize their personal values.

 Distributive justice is a principle that promotes equal treatment for all.

 Milk and milk products, poultry, grains, and fish are good sources of phosphate.

 The best way to prevent falls at night in an oriented, but restless, elderly patient is to raise the side rails.

 By the end of the orientation phase, the patient should begin to trust the nurse.

 Falls in the elderly are likely to be caused by poor vision.

 Barriers to communication include language deficits, sensory deficits, cognitive impairments, structural deficits, and paralysis.

 The three elements that are necessary for a fire are heat, oxygen, and combustible material.

 Sebaceous glands lubricate the skin.

 To check for petechiae in a dark-skinned patient, the nurse should assess the oral mucosa.

 To put on a sterile glove, the nurse should pick up the first glove at the folded border and adjust the fingers when both gloves are on.

 To increase patient comfort, the nurse should let the alcohol dry before giving an intramuscular injection.

 Treatment for a stage 1 ulcer on the heels includes heel protectors.

 Seventh-Day Adventists are usually vegetarians.

 Endorphins are morphinelike substances that produce a feeling of well-being.

Pain tolerance is the maximum amount and duration of pain that an individual is willing to endure.


Wednesday, September 23, 2009

COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING PRACTICE EXAM

1. Which is the primary goal of community health nursing?
A. To support and supplement the efforts of the medical profession in the promotion of health and prevention of illness
B. To enhance the capacity of individuals, families and communities to cope with their health needs
C. To increase the productivity of the people by providing them with services that will increase their level of health
D. To contribute to national development through promotion of family welfare, focusing particularly on mothers and children.



2. CHN is a community-based practice. Which best explains this statement?
A. The service is provided in the natural environment of people.
B. The nurse has to conduct community diagnosis to determine nursing needs and problems.
C. The services are based on the available resources within the community.
D. Priority setting is based on the magnitude of the health problems identified.



3. Population-focused nursing practice requires which of the following processes?
A. Community organizing
B. Nursing process
C. Community diagnosis
D. Epidemiologic process



4. R.A. 1054 is also known as the Occupational Health Act. Aside from number of employees, what other factor must be considered in determining the occupational health privileges to which the workers will be entitled?
A. Type of occupation: agricultural, commercial, industrial
B. Location of the workplace in relation to health facilities
C. Classification of the business enterprise based on net profit
D. Sex and age composition of employees



5. A business firm must employ an occupational health nurse when it has at least how many employees?
A. 21
B. 101
C. 201
D. 301



6. When the occupational health nurse employs ergonomic principles, she is performing which of her roles?
A. Health care provider
B. Health educator
C. Health care coordinator
D. Environmental manager



7. A garment factory does not have an occupational nurse. Who shall provide the occupational health needs of the factory workers?
A. Occupational health nurse at the Provincial Health Office
B. Physician employed by the factory
C. Public health nurse of the RHU of their municipality
D. Rural sanitary inspector of the RHU of their municipality



8. “Public health services are given free of charge.” Is this statement true or false?
A. The statement is true; it is the responsibility of government to provide basic services.
B. The statement is false; people pay indirectly for public health services.
C. The statement may be true or false, depending on the specific service required.
D. The statement may be true or false, depending on policies of the government concerned.



9. According to C.E.Winslow, which of the following is the goal of Public Health?
A. For people to attain their birthrights of health and longevity
B. For promotion of health and prevention of disease
C. For people to have access to basic health services
D. For people to be organized in their health efforts



10. We say that a Filipino has attained longevity when he is able to reach the average lifespan of Filipinos. What other statistic may be used to determine attainment of longevity?
A. Age-specific mortality rate
B. Proportionate mortality rate
C. Swaroop’s index
D. Case fatality rate



11. Which of the following is the most prominent feature of public health nursing?
A. It involves providing home care to sick people who are not confined in the hospital.
B. Services are provided free of charge to people within the catchment area.
C. The public health nurse functions as part of a team providing a public health nursing services.
D. Public health nursing focuses on preventive, not curative, services.



12. According to Margaret Shetland, the philosophy of public health nursing is based on which of the following?
A. Health and longevity as birthrights
B. The mandate of the state to protect the birthrights of its citizens
C. Public health nursing as a specialized field of nursing
D. The worth and dignity of man



13. Which of the following is the mission of the Department of Health?
A. Health for all Filipinos
B. Ensure the accessibility and quality of health care
C. Improve the general health status of the population
D. Health in the hands of the Filipino people by the year 2020


14. Region IV Hospital is classified as what level of facility?
A. Primary
B. Secondary
C. Intermediate
D. Tertiary



15. Which is true of primary facilities?
A. They are usually government-run.
B. Their services are provided on an out-patient basis.
C. They are training facilities for health professionals.
D. A community hospital is an example of this level of health facilities.



16. Which is an example of the school nurse’s health care provider functions?
A. Requesting for BCG from the RHU for school entrant immunization
B. Conducting random classroom inspection during a measles epidemic
C. Taking remedial action on an accident hazard in the school playground
D. Observing places in the school where pupils spend their free time



17. When the nurse determines whether resources were maximized in implementing Ligtas Tigdas, she is evaluating
A. Effectiveness
B. Efficiency
C. Adequacy
D. Appropriateness


18. You are a new B.S.N. graduate. You want to become a Public Health Nurse. Where will you apply?
A. Department of Health
B. Provincial Health Office
C. Regional Health Office
D. Rural Health Unit



19. R.A. 7160 mandates devolution of basic services from the national government to local government units. Which of the following is the major goal of devolution?
A. To strengthen local government units
B. To allow greater autonomy to local government units
C. To empower the people and promote their self-reliance
D. To make basic services more accessible to the people



20. Who is the Chairman of the Municipal Health Board?
A. Mayor
B. Municipal Health Officer
C. Public Health Nurse
D. Any qualified physician



21. Which level of health facility is the usual point of entry of a client into the health care delivery system?
A. Primary
B. Secondary
C. Intermediate
D. Tertiary



22. The public health nurse is the supervisor of rural health midwives. Which of the following is a supervisory function of the public health nurse?
A. Referring cases or patients to the midwife
B. Providing technical guidance to the midwife
C. Providing nursing care to cases referred by the midwife
D. Formulating and implementing training programs for midwives



23. One of the participants in a hilot training class asked you to whom she should refer a patient in labor who develops a complication. You will answer, to the
A. Public Health Nurse
B. Rural Health Midwife
C. Municipal Health Officer
D. Any of these health professionals



24. You are the public health nurse in a municipality with a total population of about 20,000. There are 3 rural health midwives among the RHU personnel. How many more midwife items will the RHU need?
A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. The RHU does not need any more midwife item.



25. If the RHU needs additional midwife items, you will submit the request for additional midwife items for approval to the
A. Rural Health Unit
B. District Health Office
C. Provincial Health Office
D. Municipal Health Board



26. As an epidemiologist, the nurse is responsible for reporting cases of notifiable diseases. What law mandates reporting of cases of notifiable diseases?
A. Act 3573
B. R.A. 3753
C. R.A. 1054
D. R.A. 1082



27. According to Freeman and Heinrich, community health nursing is a developmental service. Which of the following best illustrates this statement?
A. The community health nurse continuously develops himself personally and professionally.
B. Health education and community organizing are necessary in providing community health services.
C. Community health nursing is intended primarily for health promotion and prevention and treatment of disease.
D. The goal of community health nursing is to provide nursing services to people in their own places of residence.



28. Which disease was declared through Presidential Proclamation No. 4 as a target for eradication in the Philippines?
A. Poliomyelitis
B. Measles
C. Rabies
D. Neonatal tetanus



29. The public health nurse is responsible for presenting the municipal health statistics using graphs and tables. To compare the frequency of the leading causes of mortality in the municipality, which graph will you prepare?
A. Line
B. Bar
C. Pie
D. Scatter diagram



30. Which step in community organizing involves training of potential leaders in the community?
A. Integration
B. Community organization
C. Community study
D. Core group formation



31. In which step are plans formulated for solving community problems?
A. Mobilization
B. Community organization
C. Follow-up/extension
D. Core group formation



32. The public health nurse takes an active role in community participation. What is the primary goal of community organizing?
A. To educate the people regarding community health problems
B. To mobilize the people to resolve community health problems
C. To maximize the community’s resources in dealing with health problems
D. To maximize the community’s resources in dealing with health problems



33. An indicator of success in community organizing is when people are able to
A. Participate in community activities for the solution of a community problem
B. Implement activities for the solution of the community problem
C. Plan activities for the solution of the community problem
D. Identify the health problem as a common concern



34. Tertiary prevention is needed in which stage of the natural history of disease?
A. Pre-pathogenesis
B. Pathogenesis
C. Prodromal
D. Terminal



35. Isolation of a child with measles belongs to what level of prevention?
A. Primary
B. Secondary
C. Intermediate
D. Tertiary



36. On the other hand, Operation Timbang is _____ prevention.
A. Primary
B. Secondary
C. Intermediate
D. Tertiary


37. Which type of family-nurse contact will provide you with the best opportunity to observe family dynamics?
A. Clinic consultation
B. Group conference
C. Home visit
D. Written communication



38. The typology of family nursing problems is used in the statement of nursing diagnosis in the care of families. The youngest child of the de los Reyes family has been diagnosed as mentally retarded. This is classified as a
A. Health threat
B. Health deficit
C. Foreseeable crisis
D. Stress point



39. The de los Reyes couple have a 6-year old child entering school for the first time. The de los Reyes family has a
A. Health threat
B. Health deficit
C. Foreseeable crisis
D. Stress point



40. Which of the following is an advantage of a home visit?
A. It allows the nurse to provide nursing care to a greater number of people.
B. It provides an opportunity to do first hand appraisal of the home situation.
C. It allows sharing of experiences among people with similar health problems.
D. It develops the family’s initiative in providing for health needs of its members.



41. Which is CONTRARY to the principles in planning a home visit?
A. A home visit should have a purpose or objective.
B. The plan should revolve around family health needs.
C. A home visit should be conducted in the manner prescribed by the RHU.
D. Planning of continuing care should involve a responsible family member.



42. The PHN bag is an important tool in providing nursing care during a home visit. The most important principle of bag technique states that it
A. Should save time and effort.
B. Should minimize if not totally prevent the spread of infection.
C. Should not overshadow concern for the patient and his family.
D. May be done in a variety of ways depending on the home situation, etc.



43. To maintain the cleanliness of the bag and its contents, which of the following must the nurse do?
A. Wash his/her hands before and after providing nursing care to the family members.
B. In the care of family members, as much as possible, use only articles taken from the bag.
C. Put on an apron to protect her uniform and fold it with the right side out before putting it back into the bag.
D. At the end of the visit, fold the lining on which the bag was placed, ensuring that the contaminated side is on the outside.



44. The public health nurse conducts a study on the factors contributing to the high mortality rate due to heart disease in the municipality where she works. Which branch of epidemiology does the nurse practice in this situation?
A. Descriptive
B. Analytical
C. Therapeutic
D. Evaluation



45. Which of the following is a function of epidemiology?
A. Identifying the disease condition based on manifestations presented by a client
B. Determining factors that contributed to the occurrence of pneumonia in a 3 year old
C. Determining the efficacy of the antibiotic used in the treatment of the 3 year old client with pneumonia
D. Evaluating the effectiveness of the implementation of the Integrated Management of Childhood Illness



46. Which of the following is an epidemiologic function of the nurse during an epidemic?
A. Conducting assessment of suspected cases to detect the communicable disease
B. Monitoring the condition of the cases affected by the communicable disease
C. Participating in the investigation to determine the source of the epidemic
D. Teaching the community on preventive measures against the disease



47. The primary purpose of conducting an epidemiologic investigation is to
A. Delineate the etiology of the epidemic
B. Encourage cooperation and support of the community
C. Identify groups who are at risk of contracting the disease
D. Identify geographical location of cases of the disease in the community



48. Which is a characteristic of person-to-person propagated epidemics?
A. There are more cases of the disease than expected.
B. The disease must necessarily be transmitted through a vector.
C. The spread of the disease can be attributed to a common vehicle.
D. There is a gradual build up of cases before the epidemic becomes easily noticeable.



49. In the investigation of an epidemic, you compare the present frequency of the disease with the usual frequency at this time of the year in this community. This is done during which stage of the investigation?
A. Establishing the epidemic
B. Testing the hypothesis
C. Formulation of the hypothesis
D. Appraisal of facts



50. The number of cases of Dengue fever usually increases towards the end of the rainy season. This pattern of occurrence of Dengue fever is best described as
A. Epidemic occurrence
B. Cyclical variation
C. Sporadic occurrence
D. Secular variation

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Saturday, July 25, 2009

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12396 FAALA, ARLENE NUÑEZA

12397 FABELA, SHERYL ANN ELLI

12398 FABELLA, IRISH JOHN AGUSTIN

12399 FABIALA, K RONDINA

12400 FABIAN, BENEDICT TRACY BUENSUCESO

12401 FABIAN, CHRISTINE GIZELLE SULIT

12402 FABIAN, CHRISTOPHER LOY TILLE

12403 FABIAN, CRISTINE JOY MALLARI

12404 FABIAN, DARLENE JOANNA TUBO

12405 FABIAN, MARIA EMMANUELLE MANAPSAL

12406 FABIAN, MELANIE CALIMLIM

12407 FABIAN, MICHELLE ARIANNE VELASCO

12408 FABIAN, RICHARD BULACLAC

12409 FABIANIA, GRABGREY RAMOS

12410 FABIANO, RHEA FELIZARTA

12411 FABIC, JANELLE PATRIXIA MORTEL

12412 FABICON, LOURD JEAN FAJARILLO

12413 FABICULANAN, MARY RACHELLE BATO

12414 FABIE, NOBELYN DE LOS REYES

12415 FABIE, STEPHANIE LAREINNE CABAUATAN

12416 FABILA, MARICAR LICAROS

12417 FABILANE, JOHN DAVID CASTAÑEDA

12418 FABILLAR, JESSIE JR IBAY

12419 FABIO, ANGELICA REJAS

12420 FABIO, MARK CHRISTIAN DEZA

12421 FABRE, SHENA MARIBBAY

12422 FABRERO, NIÑA MIRASOL MANTAL

12423 FABRIGA, LORAINE LAURETA

12424 FABRIGAR, RACHEL ANN DELEÑA

12425 FABRIQUIER, KAY PAOLINE BAUTISTA

12426 FABRO, ANGELI FRANS LINGAT

12427 FABRO, EILEEN ROBIÑOL

12428 FABRO, GISELLE LOMIBAO

12429 FABRO, GRACE ANNE TABANGCURA

12430 FABRO, KRISTEL BERNAL

12431 FABRO, MADILYN ALIPIO

12432 FABRO, MICHELLE CARSOLA

12433 FABROADA, MARY GRACE ALMERA

12434 FABROS, ANDREI RAMOS

12435 FABROS, JOMAR DE DIOS

12436 FABROS, MELANIE BALDERAS

12437 FABROS, MICHELLE RAFAEL

12438 FABROS, RYAN CARLO MANALIGOD

12439 FABROS, VANESSA NAGTALON

12440 FABRUADA, KRISTINE

12441 FABULA, CATHERINE FAINSAN

12442 FABUNAN, ANNALYN ALMIN

12443 FABUNAN, JEFFERSON CORPUS

12444 FACIOLAN, RACQUEL REBOLLOS

12445 FACTOR, BRYAN JOSEPH PEREZ

12446 FACTOR, ELISA MONETTE RIEGO DE DIOS

12447 FACTURA, LEE ANGELO DE LOS SANTOS

12448 FACUN, GRACE ANNE FERRER

12449 FACUNLA, JOHN CARLO LADERA

12450 FACUNLA, MARIA LORENA APDUHAN



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12451 FADER, MARY JESA LAQUINDANUM

12452 FADULLO, MA TERESA MANALAYSAY

12453 FAELDEN, RITCHEL LAGUNAY

12454 FAELDIN, GERSON MARK NAONG

12455 FAELGA, GEOFF VINCENT MONTILLA

12456 FAELNAR, JINGLE GRACE CABALUNA

12457 FAELNAR, MARIE ALAINE ORTEGA

12458 FAELNAR, TERESITA FLORENTINA NAVARRO

12459 FAIGAO, JIMMELYN GARCIA

12460 FAILMA, FRANCIS RAOL PAÑA

12461 FAJANILAN, ROBBY ESPERANCILLA

12462 FAJARDO, ALI VALERIE LEYVA

12463 FAJARDO, ARJAY DELA CRUZ

12464 FAJARDO, CAMILLE OLIVEROS

12465 FAJARDO, CERES CHRISTI MIRANDA

12466 FAJARDO, CHARISSE JOY PANGILINAN

12467 FAJARDO, CHERRY LYNNE AGUSTIN

12468 FAJARDO, CHRISTIAN AUDITOR

12469 FAJARDO, DONNA MARIE PAULINO

12470 FAJARDO, EDLORD ALIM

12471 FAJARDO, EFRAIM JOHN CONCEPCION

12472 FAJARDO, EFREN JR PADILLA

12473 FAJARDO, GREENY ESCARTIN

12474 FAJARDO, HEIDI FRANCISCO

12475 FAJARDO, HELEN CECILIA

12476 FAJARDO, HELEN MARIE LAGARDE

12477 FAJARDO, IVY MINETTE SAN JUAN

12478 FAJARDO, JAMES REMAR YABUT

12479 FAJARDO, JEANNEL AGUILAR

12480 FAJARDO, JESSA TIROL

12481 FAJARDO, JOANN BUTAY

12482 FAJARDO, JUAN PAULO CAVESTANI

12483 FAJARDO, LEIF MAÑOSCA

12484 FAJARDO, MA CARMEN REYES

12485 FAJARDO, MARIA ANGELICA IDA LAGMAN

12486 FAJARDO, MARINEL VILLARUEL

12487 FAJARDO, MARY-JOY CABUGASON

12488 FAJARDO, MAUREN DULAY

12489 FAJARDO, MELANIE GRACE GILLEGO

12490 FAJARDO, MIKHAILA VELOSO

12491 FAJARDO, MYKA RHEA LACSON

12492 FAJARDO, RECHEL CRUZ

12493 FAJARDO, ROMEO JR MOLINA

12494 FAJARDO, RUIZA RAZEL GAVINO

12495 FAJARDO, SAMANTHA JANE SUAN

12496 FAJARDO, SHIRLEY ANNE CRUZ

12497 FAJELA, FREDDIE DE LA CRUZ

12498 FAJICULAY, MARTIN DAVID DE LEON

12499 FAJILAGUTAN, JESSA MINGO

12500 FAJURA, JINKY PROVIDO



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12501 FAJUTAGANA, DIMPLE KAY SIGUE

12502 FAJUTAGANA, JESSIE-LOU PAGARIGAN

12503 FALAG-EY, ARACELLE KIMMAKIM

12504 FALAG-EY, GERALD ROCKY EKID

12505 FALCASANTOS, TANIA FRANCINE LIM

12506 FALCES, CHERYLENE

12507 FALCIS, FRELAINE JOY DE LOS REYES

12508 FALCON, MABELLE BURLAT

12509 FALCONE, MICHAELUCK LUDOVICA

12510 FALCUTILA, AN MARISSE FAJICULAY

12511 FALLER, JAN GUILBERT ANGELO AZORES

12512 FALLER, JOSEPH NICHOLAS SILVA

12513 FALLER, KRISTINE CORAZON SILVA

12514 FALLER, NEIL PATRICK ABILLAR

12515 FALLET, RONALD MONTE

12516 FALLORAN, RENALYN DE GUZMAN

12517 FALLORIN, LEA GARCIA

12518 FALLURIN, SHELLA FAJICULAY

12519 FALMARIN, VLADIMIR MA MOCORRO

12520 FAMADICO, GRACIELA PARUBRUB

12521 FAMADOR, KEVIN BRYLLE GELLA

12522 FAMANILA, JOANNE FABRA

12523 FAMANILA, SALVACION NANTA

12524 FAMAS, RX PETER AJON

12525 FAMERO, PRINCE JOHN MORAL

12526 FAMILARA, AICELLE CEDILLO

12527 FAMISAN, CLEMENT JOY VIADO

12528 FAMOR, EUGEANNE KRISTA PAGUE

12529 FAMOR, RIGGS SIMOY

12530 FAMORCAN, PRINCESS DAYBEE RAMILO

12531 FAMULAGAN, ALJIE MONTECILLO

12532 FANDIALAN, JONATHAN PAULO BELEN

12533 FANG, GENEVIEVE ALANGUI

12534 FANG, RIA KARLA GARDE

12535 FANGED, JACKELYN ESTANGA

12536 FANGKI, JENNIFER BUGALING

12537 FANTONE, IVY MARIEZ MADJAD

12538 FANTONE, MESHYR VINLY ESTEBAN

12539 FANUNCIAL, JOHN PAUL GUARO

12540 FARAON, MA JANINA CARLA MORELOS

12541 FARAON, REYNATO JAN RIVERA

12542 FARENAS, AMIRAH GAIL ORDINARIO

12543 FARILLON, EDWIN

12544 FARIÑA, MELISSA DALORA

12545 FARIÑAS, ESTHER INES

12546 FARIÑAS, JENNY SIRUNO

12547 FARIÑAS, MELANIE ABAT

12548 FARNE, FRANZ AIN DIOKNO

12549 FARRALES, CHARRISE TUDTUD

12550 FARRALES, JOMAR VALMONTE



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12551 FARRALES, KIMBERLY ANN SISON

12552 FARRO, JAN MICHAEL MALABANAN

12553 FARROFO, MA CHRISTINA BAUSA

12554 FATEG, ROSE MARIE TAY-OG

12555 FAUNI, CHERRYLOU PERNITO

12556 FAUSTINO, FRANCIS REYES

12557 FAUSTINO, HAZEL JOY BULIAG

12558 FAUSTINO, JOAN SARSONA

12559 FAUSTINO, KERWIN EMIL EVANGELISTA

12560 FAUSTINO, KRIZEL MARIE CRUZ

12561 FAUSTINO, MAY RAZOL OLSIM

12562 FAUSTINO, MIACAR VITALICIA

12563 FAUSTINO, PAULO MIGUEL TIZON

12564 FAUSTINO, RACHELLE FLOR CLIDORO

12565 FAUSTINO, RAYMOND AMAZONA

12566 FAUSTINO, RICATHRINE MARFIL

12567 FAUSTINO, RYAN LARRIE MANLUTAC

12568 FAUSTINO, SATURNINO JR VIDAD

12569 FAUSTINO, WILFREDO BICOS

12570 FAVILA, APRIL CARISSA LUCERO

12571 FAVILA, MARYCEL CONSEJA

12572 FAVOR, MICHELLE ANN CAPUNDAG

12573 FAVORITO, CHERLAINE TAGLE

12574 FAVORITO, HARVEY HARNUEL JR MAGBITANG

12575 FAYLOGNA, CLIFFORD

12576 FAYLON, ANA MARGARITA RAMOS

12577 FAZ, CHRISTIAN MALO

12578 FEBRERO, JOSELLE CONCEPCION CRESENCIO

12579 FECHALIN, JUNELL SANTOS

12580 FEDERICO, JOHN JOSEPH GORTAYO

12581 FEDERIS, ROBERTINA DARA SAUZA

12582 FEDERIZON, CHRISTINE BALONDO

12583 FEGALQUIN, DONALEN LABOG

12584 FEGARIDO, ANIANA AILA VEGA

12585 FEGIDERO, BILLY JOEL QUIAMBAO

12586 FELARCA, AIMEE GRACE ORIG

12587 FELARCA, ALVIN LEJ PAMOCINO

12588 FELASOL, CLARIZA SILVINO

12589 FELECIO, KRISTINE ANGELI BERNARDO

12590 FELICIANO, ALLAN MARVIN AYENSA

12591 FELICIANO, ANNA LIZA CABASCO

12592 FELICIANO, BERNADETH DUMAYAS

12593 FELICIANO, BILLY JOE PASCUAL

12594 FELICIANO, EINAR KENNETH QUIAZON

12595 FELICIANO, ELAINE LINDSAY CAYCO

12596 FELICIANO, ENGELBERT DABU

12597 FELICIANO, ERICKSON ALVAREZ

12598 FELICIANO, GREGORY CARLO SAMSON

12599 FELICIANO, GREGORY CECILIO SAMSON

12600 FELICIANO, JENNIFER DETA



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Seq. No. N a m e

12601 FELICIANO, JOANNE MALLARI

12602 FELICIANO, JOHN JERICK GONZALES

12603 FELICIANO, JONAH PANUGALINOG

12604 FELICIANO, JOREN DOMINGO

12605 FELICIANO, MA JOYCE TAÑALA

12606 FELICIANO, MARICAR SANSON

12607 FELICIANO, MARY ANNE GARCIA

12608 FELICIANO, RENEE ANNE KARMELA LIBONA

12609 FELICIANO, ROCELLYN REONICO

12610 FELICIANO, RUBY POLICARPIO

12611 FELICIANO, RUSSELL MENDOZA

12612 FELICILDA, ARLENE DE RAMOS

12613 FELICITAS, MICHAEL LUMBANG

12614 FELINA, MA ALELIE BELENO

12615 FELIPE, ABIGAIL MANANSALA

12616 FELIPE, ALVIN ESTABILLO

12617 FELIPE, EARL JOISE MEDIAVILLO

12618 FELIPE, IRENEO JR NORCIO

12619 FELIPE, JULIUS CAESAR ADDUCUL

12620 FELIPE, NORSELL PAD-ENG

12621 FELIS, CLAIRE BALTAZAR

12622 FELISARTA, KEY BALDECAÑAS

12623 FELISILDA, PAMELA PELENIO

12624 FELIX, ALMA CABAÑERO

12625 FELIX, ARLENE AGAPITO

12626 FELIX, CHERRY LYN PADILLA

12627 FELIX, CRISPINA MAE MENDOZA

12628 FELIX, HERBERTH PIANO

12629 FELIX, JILLIAN MARIE VEGA

12630 FELIX, KATHLEEN PEREZ

12631 FELIX, NORJEL UVERO

12632 FELIX, RIZA CARLA ACIBO

12633 FELIX, VENUS JAYNNE GERARDO

12634 FELIZARDO, JENNYVE OLANDIO

12635 FELLORES, CATHERINE MAY FACTO

12636 FENIQUITO, CHAILAN JADE GIMENA

12637 FENOL, STELLA CLARIZ NUESTRO

12638 FENOLLAR, MARTIN JOHN BURGOS

12639 FERANDEZ, VI FRANCES PONTILLAS

12640 FERANDOZ, EPHRAIM QUIZ

12641 FERANIL, MAEZEL ANN VICTORIE OTAYDE

12642 FERARO, IAN FAIGMANI

12643 FERATERO, ROWENA GAON

12644 FERIDO, FEBIE ROSE JALASCO

12645 FERIDO, GABRIELLE PAULA PAYAWAL

12646 FERIDO, JEFFREY ORIZAL

12647 FERIDO, LADY JENIFFER ORIZAL

12648 FERIDO, VANESSA ABENOJA

12649 FERMA, MARY ROZEN GATPANDAN

12650 FERMA, VALERIE ANNE TRUJILLO



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Seq. No. N a m e

12651 FERMALINO, MARY GRACE CARDIÑO

12652 FERMIN, ARNE MATTHEW DAGAL

12653 FERMIN, CAMILLE FRANCISCO

12654 FERMIN, GENIE ROSE CORTEZ

12655 FERMIN, JAN JOSEF PAYABYAB

12656 FERMIN, JEAN UTRERA

12657 FERMIN, JERICO AMOR REYES

12658 FERMINDOZA, ENRIQUE III CABAÑA

12659 FERMINDOZA, JUNALIN SINGSON

12660 FERMO, ANABELLA BAUTISTA

12661 FERMO, JOHN LYNDON ABARQUEZ

12662 FERNAN, ACE GORGONIO

12663 FERNAN, PILAR KYN DANCEL

12664 FERNANDEZ, ANGELO ROY DE GUIA

12665 FERNANDEZ, APRIL ROSE BIABAN

12666 FERNANDEZ, ARNEL NAGUN

12667 FERNANDEZ, BETHSAIDA OUANO

12668 FERNANDEZ, BRENDA MABANAL

12669 FERNANDEZ, CAMILLE ABERION

12670 FERNANDEZ, CARINA SABAY

12671 FERNANDEZ, CARLO ERNEST CAÑA

12672 FERNANDEZ, CATHERYN ROMERO

12673 FERNANDEZ, CELESTE PINEDA

12674 FERNANDEZ, CHARMAINE LYNNE JAVIER

12675 FERNANDEZ, CLARENCE KAYE VALINO

12676 FERNANDEZ, DANICA MARIE CATALASAN

12677 FERNANDEZ, DEXTER ORCALES

12678 FERNANDEZ, DORIS PAÑARES

12679 FERNANDEZ, EDWARD BRIAN MANALOTO

12680 FERNANDEZ, ENRIQUE JOANINO

12681 FERNANDEZ, EVA FE CAUNGSOD

12682 FERNANDEZ, EVER LYNE ACAP

12683 FERNANDEZ, FLORISA GALLOS

12684 FERNANDEZ, GERLIE JOYCE GRANADOS

12685 FERNANDEZ, GINA PASAPORTE

12686 FERNANDEZ, HANNA LUCERO

12687 FERNANDEZ, HAZEL JAYME

12688 FERNANDEZ, IAN DAVE ESTEBAN

12689 FERNANDEZ, IDA KIRSTIN RAMOS

12690 FERNANDEZ, JANE PANERIO

12691 FERNANDEZ, JANINA BORJA

12692 FERNANDEZ, JENNILOU CHOCK

12693 FERNANDEZ, JESSAMINE TORRES

12694 FERNANDEZ, JHOANNA BORJA

12695 FERNANDEZ, JUSTINE JOY PEREGRINO

12696 FERNANDEZ, JUVY LUCILLE DE GUZMAN

12697 FERNANDEZ, KAIRON MELGAREJO

12698 FERNANDEZ, KATHLEEN FLOY BUMANGLAG

12699 FERNANDEZ, KRISTIAN CAESAR BATALLA

12700 FERNANDEZ, KRISTINE MAE TAN



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Seq. No. N a m e

12701 FERNANDEZ, KRISTINE MARIE ALCAIDE

12702 FERNANDEZ, LECEL SAJA

12703 FERNANDEZ, LECEL SEFUENTES

12704 FERNANDEZ, LYRINE ORATE

12705 FERNANDEZ, MA KRISTINE VALENCIA

12706 FERNANDEZ, MAE-ANGELLI LAVA

12707 FERNANDEZ, MANILETTE ANN PANUYAS

12708 FERNANDEZ, MARIA VIRNADETTE MOLOD

12709 FERNANDEZ, MARICEL DE GUZMAN

12710 FERNANDEZ, MARIE GRACE HUYO

12711 FERNANDEZ, MARIELLE CARMELA ACULANA

12712 FERNANDEZ, MARITESS BUENO

12713 FERNANDEZ, MARTHA SALOME LERUM

12714 FERNANDEZ, MARY ANGELINE VINLUAN

12715 FERNANDEZ, MARY GRACE DAGASUHAN

12716 FERNANDEZ, MARY JOAN ESGUERRA

12717 FERNANDEZ, MARY JOY CASTRO

12718 FERNANDEZ, MELISSA CARILLAGA

12719 FERNANDEZ, MELISSA MORALES

12720 FERNANDEZ, MICHELLE BANTILLO

12721 FERNANDEZ, NICOLE CONSUELO CUEVAS

12722 FERNANDEZ, NIETO JR ENRIQUEZ

12723 FERNANDEZ, PRECIOUS ANN JUSOS

12724 FERNANDEZ, PRINCESS DEL MUNDO

12725 FERNANDEZ, RAYMOND CABUG-OS

12726 FERNANDEZ, RECHELLE ANN TRIVIÑO

12727 FERNANDEZ, RENE JOHN SANTOS

12728 FERNANDEZ, REY CHRISTOPHER SANTOS

12729 FERNANDEZ, RHEA LOZANO

12730 FERNANDEZ, RHOS-MHAG CABANILLA

12731 FERNANDEZ, RICHEL ALTEJAR

12732 FERNANDEZ, RICHMOND DE JESUS

12733 FERNANDEZ, RITA MAY PAAT

12734 FERNANDEZ, RIZ CARLO ORILLA

12735 FERNANDEZ, ROMELL AGUILAR

12736 FERNANDEZ, ROMMEL CALDERON

12737 FERNANDEZ, ROSALIE BALILI

12738 FERNANDEZ, ROWENA NICOLAS

12739 FERNANDEZ, RUDY CASTILLO

12740 FERNANDEZ, RUFFA LECTONIN

12741 FERNANDEZ, RUFFY ALFONSO

12742 FERNANDEZ, SABRINA ENESIO

12743 FERNANDEZ, SARAH MAE LOPEZ

12744 FERNANDEZ, SONNY CASTRO

12745 FERNANDEZ, STEPHANIE ANN DELA CRUZ

12746 FERNANDEZ, TINNE ASHLEY GALERA

12747 FERNANDEZ, TINSEL JEZREEL SARMIENTO

12748 FERNANDEZ, WILCIEMAY PULIDO

12749 FERNANDEZ, ZANDRA CORNEL

12750 FERNANDO, ABIGAIL FIGUEROA



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Seq. No. N a m e

12751 FERNANDO, ACE GORNE

12752 FERNANDO, ALVIN JOHN SUSTENTO

12753 FERNANDO, ANDREA PAMELA SOLITO

12754 FERNANDO, ANDREA PAULA SOLITO

12755 FERNANDO, BERNIE CATHERINE BANSIL

12756 FERNANDO, CHARIZ FRANCISCO

12757 FERNANDO, DELVI-ANN JOSE

12758 FERNANDO, DIANA TRISHA MAGAHIS

12759 FERNANDO, EDLENE JOY PAMINTUAN

12760 FERNANDO, EDWIN MANOLONG

12761 FERNANDO, GIAN CARLO ADVERSALO

12762 FERNANDO, JAKE JOHN LIM

12763 FERNANDO, JEAMHAR ROJO

12764 FERNANDO, JENNEY ANNE BUSCAS

12765 FERNANDO, JHOANA MARIE BAUTISTA

12766 FERNANDO, JOAN GRACE BRASILEÑO

12767 FERNANDO, JOSE MIGUEL VITUG

12768 FERNANDO, KOLLEEN DANTES

12769 FERNANDO, MARIA CARMELA CABINGAO

12770 FERNANDO, MARIZ LETARGO

12771 FERNANDO, MARWIN ROY MENDOZA

12772 FERNANDO, MICHELLE MACARAIG

12773 FERNANDO, NIÑO CAMANIA

12774 FERNANDO, PAUL NICOLIE LOPEZ

12775 FERNANDO, RACHEL JOY DAYOT

12776 FERNANDO, ROCHELLE CABRERA

12777 FERNANDO, SARA BIANCA MOLETA

12778 FERNANDO, ULYSSES MARJORIE JOSE

12779 FERNIZ, JOHNNY II SABANDAL

12780 FEROL, ANN ROTH ONGANIZA

12781 FEROLINO, JULIUS ERNFRED TANDOC

12782 FERRANCO, JETHRO KLOSS BUAGAYAN

12783 FERRANCO, LUKE ELISHA TABOR

12784 FERRANCULLO, JOMADEL PATNON

12785 FERRAREN, EDEN RUIZ

12786 FERRAREN, JHUFEL LERIOS

12787 FERRAREN, ORLAN FEROLINO

12788 FERRARIS, DARYL PERLAS

12789 FERRATER, JOHN RONDELL SARNO

12790 FERRER, ABIGAIL ESTEPA

12791 FERRER, ALVIN RAMOS

12792 FERRER, ANGILYNE ARANDA

12793 FERRER, CHESTER RAY LAYA

12794 FERRER, CHRISTALLENE ALONZO

12795 FERRER, CIPRIANO JR JAVIER

12796 FERRER, ELLEN BARBARA MARTINEZ

12797 FERRER, ELMA SAPLACO

12798 FERRER, EMILY HITO

12799 FERRER, FRANCHESCA ANDREA DEPANTE

12800 FERRER, FRANCIS MARVIN CASTRO



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Seq. No. N a m e

12801 FERRER, GEOFFREY PAULO CANCINO

12802 FERRER, GLADYS JEAN PUSTA

12803 FERRER, GLINIS MARIAN OCAMPO

12804 FERRER, GLORIA BELEN CURITANA

12805 FERRER, JENNY ROSE PEDONG

12806 FERRER, JHAI CARLO CAPALAD

12807 FERRER, JUAN MIGUEL MANULAT

12808 FERRER, KAMILLE ANNE CASTRO

12809 FERRER, KEN FRANCIS ONG

12810 FERRER, KIM KAREN BAUTISTA

12811 FERRER, KRISTINE JOY PIOL

12812 FERRER, KRIZELLE LOTIVIO

12813 FERRER, KYLE CHRISTOPHER ESTOLAS

12814 FERRER, MA ANDREA AMOR SISON

12815 FERRER, MANESSA GLORINA DONATO

12816 FERRER, MARIA BRENDA ARAGON

12817 FERRER, MARICEL AGUILAR

12818 FERRER, MARIQUIT BUENA

12819 FERRER, MARISSE CALAGUIO

12820 FERRER, MARK ANTHONY PIMO-ON

12821 FERRER, MARK CHRISTIAN TIDALGO

12822 FERRER, MART IGNACIO III CAY

12823 FERRER, MARVIN KIM APO

12824 FERRER, MAY RUTH BASBAS

12825 FERRER, MILLICENT CAROLINO

12826 FERRER, MONIQUE LOUISE RECTO

12827 FERRER, MYRA ISABEL CASAMAN

12828 FERRER, NATHANIEL JAN TAYCO

12829 FERRER, PRINCESS ALMIRA MARIANO

12830 FERRER, PRINCESS MARRI

12831 FERRER, REYDAN BAYLES

12832 FERRER, RIZCHELLE MARIZ ECHAVARIA

12833 FERRER, SEÑORITA AMADO

12834 FERRERA, NIRRO CARL LIM

12835 FERRERAS, ERIKA LYN DAVID

12836 FERRERAS, HELEN NABEJET

12837 FERRERAS, MARY KATHERINE DINO

12838 FERRERAS, NOEMI AGUILAR

12839 FERRERIA, EMMANUEL JESUS ZAFE

12840 FERRIOL, ELAINE BALACUA

12841 FERROLINO, KATHLEEN TOLENTINO

12842 FERROLINO, SARAH DANIELLE CASER

12843 FESALVO, EURIKA TASHA TAPALLA

12844 FETALCORIN, JOHN MICHAEL FESTIN

12845 FETALCORIN, MONALIZA ABIERA

12846 FETALCORIN, ORLANDO EGAMINO

12847 FETALVERO, MARIAN PALMARES

12848 FEUDO, KATRINA SHEILA FABELLA

12849 FEUDO, RAINA MAE ELPEDES

12850 FIDEL, CERMINE AVINIANTE



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12851 FIDEL, RACHELLE ANNE GALINGAN

12852 FIECAS, RODALYN FABELLON

12853 FIEDACAN, BHEGEE MARIE FERRIOL

12854 FIEDALAN, DIVINE VERONICA CAMONAYAN

12855 FIEL, LOIDA BELINDA BATONGBAKAL

12856 FIGUEROA, CHRISTOPHER ARAGO

12857 FIGUEROA, DANICA GO

12858 FIGUEROA, ELOISA FRANCESCA VILLANUEVA

12859 FIGUEROA, FLOYD MULETA

12860 FIGUEROA, JAMMIELYN ROSALES

12861 FIGUEROA, JOSE BERNABE MARTIRES

12862 FIGUEROA, KATRINA XENIA HALOG

12863 FIGUEROA, RALPH LAURENCE AMBUNAN

12864 FIGUES, IVAN RAY PENADOS

12865 FIGURA, CHRISTINE GOMEZ

12866 FILLAG, JAYHAN CALAOA

12867 FILLE, JOSELITO II OBILLO

12868 FILLER, EMILY JANE CERRADO

12869 FILOMENO, JARDINE GAIL GALLARDO

12870 FINULIAR, ANNABELLE PAGHUBASAN

12871 FIRMA, ROY DAN EMPIG

12872 FIRMALAN, LIZETH FIECAS

12873 FIRMALINO, ELVIRO JR GALAPIN

12874 FIRMALO, ELIZABETH MUSA

12875 FISICO, MARJORIE DIMALIWAT

12876 FITERO, KENNETH CARLO RANCHEZ

12877 FIÑONES, DARYL DE GUZMAN

12878 FLAMEÑO, RUTH TOLENTINO

12879 FLANCIA, JERAHMEEL ARENAS

12880 FLOJO, MA SHARINA MAE AGOR

12881 FLOR, ARRIOSTO FERMIN LOSIÑADA

12882 FLOR, FREDYN WILL OJENDRAS

12883 FLOR, JAIVY MORILLO

12884 FLOR, JOANA MARIE MANUEL

12885 FLOR, PAULINE JOY PEÑAFIEL

12886 FLOR, RALPH PAULO ANDO

12887 FLORA, JANNINE MANUEL

12888 FLORA, KRISTINE QUIROGA

12889 FLORA, REGENE PICART

12890 FLORADA, KEITH JASON CAMA

12891 FLORANO, REY HARVEY ARZADON

12892 FLORDELIS, INEZ UNSON

12893 FLORECE, JULIUS TURALLO

12894 FLORENDO, HAYDENE EUGENIO

12895 FLORENDO, JAMES ALBERT TOLENTINO

12896 FLORENDO, JAN PHILIP GONZALES

12897 FLORENDO, JOHN LOUIE NAZARENO

12898 FLORENDO, JOYCE TORRES

12899 FLORENDO, KRISTINE CENA

12900 FLORENDO, KRISTINE FAITH SUPRANES



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12901 FLORENDO, KRYZ ANDREA PONCE

12902 FLORENDO, SARAH JOY ENRIQUEZ

12903 FLORENTINO, IRENE MAE MISOLA

12904 FLORENTINO, LYNSLIE MAE NISNISAN

12905 FLORENTINO, MARIA ROZELLE PATEÑA

12906 FLORENTINO, MARICRIS FRANCISCO

12907 FLORENTINO, SHIELA MARIE SIBUG

12908 FLORENTINO, UNICE SAMUEL

12909 FLORES, AIDA LUCE

12910 FLORES, ALICE RHEA ISTURIS

12911 FLORES, ANGELINE CAPITULO

12912 FLORES, ANNE RICHELLE DE LA CRUZ

12913 FLORES, ARJAY MANAIT

12914 FLORES, ARLENE GAIL MANUEL

12915 FLORES, ARVIN BRYAN JAGNAAN

12916 FLORES, BERNADETTE VISPERAS

12917 FLORES, BESTARR MARTINEZ

12918 FLORES, BLISS BARBE REUYAN

12919 FLORES, CHERRY ANN LOR

12920 FLORES, CHRISTIAN JAY GARCIA

12921 FLORES, CHRISTINE JOY VILLANUEVA

12922 FLORES, CHRISTINE JOYCE MARTINITO

12923 FLORES, CLIFF MAVERICK PIAMONTE

12924 FLORES, CRISTY MAE CALATRAVA

12925 FLORES, CRYSTALYNE FE ACA-AC

12926 FLORES, DENNIS DANIEL

12927 FLORES, DHANARAE ANGELICA DULCE

12928 FLORES, EDUARDO JR COMPA

12929 FLORES, EMMANUEL MUDLONG

12930 FLORES, EZRA LYNN MORADOS

12931 FLORES, FAITH ANN TORRES

12932 FLORES, FLORECAR CAREO

12933 FLORES, FLORICA CALILUNG

12934 FLORES, FRANCO AQUINO

12935 FLORES, GENEVE MARIE PEREZ

12936 FLORES, GRACE CHIN LAGARAS

12937 FLORES, HANNA MARIZZE CENENA

12938 FLORES, HAZEL DE GUZMAN

12939 FLORES, HAZEL LEAH DY

12940 FLORES, HERLY CABARLES

12941 FLORES, JAIME AUGUSTO FIESTA

12942 FLORES, JAN DERICK DIANO

12943 FLORES, JAN IRIS MICHAEL GALANG

12944 FLORES, JENNIFER VICTOR

12945 FLORES, JENRIO BELTRAN

12946 FLORES, JESSICA CARMELA MARTINITO

12947 FLORES, JEZEL ANDREA BALMORIA

12948 FLORES, JOANNA WILLHELM PAGUIA

12949 FLORES, JOHN RENZ ANTONIO

12950 FLORES, JONNABETH CAUZON



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12951 FLORES, JORDAN DE VERA

12952 FLORES, JOY PAMELA BAMBAO

12953 FLORES, JUDITH GAJASAN

12954 FLORES, JULIE ANN OLIVER

12955 FLORES, KAREN ASHLEY MACABANTE

12956 FLORES, KATHERINE GUILLERMO

12957 FLORES, KATHRINE VI DAGUIO

12958 FLORES, KRISANNA MARIA RUEGA

12959 FLORES, KRISTEL ANN PAMINTUAN

12960 FLORES, KRISTIAN FRANCE DE LA ROSA

12961 FLORES, LAILANIE DELA CRUZ

12962 FLORES, LEAH KRISTINA BUGNOT

12963 FLORES, LEONORA RUBY GUDMALIN

12964 FLORES, LOU FRANZ BENEDICTO

12965 FLORES, LOU NORMAN HONTUCAN

12966 FLORES, LOUELA MAE TORRES

12967 FLORES, MA BEATRIZ GENEVIEVE CARITAN

12968 FLORES, MA RICHELLE ANN GONZALES

12969 FLORES, MARC LAUREN DEJANO

12970 FLORES, MARGARITA HAMBRE

12971 FLORES, MARICHU DEL ROSARIO

12972 FLORES, MARIGOLD YEE

12973 FLORES, MARJORIE GEALON

12974 FLORES, MARY ANTONETTE SORIANO

12975 FLORES, MARY AVERDEEN TINGSON

12976 FLORES, MARYSHELL AUSTRIA

12977 FLORES, MAYVILLENE HIPONA

12978 FLORES, MENCHIE ADORIO

12979 FLORES, NESTOR JR ESPANTO

12980 FLORES, PAUL ALLAN ALMODAL

12981 FLORES, PENROD JOHN HONORARIO

12982 FLORES, PRINCESS ALYSSA GONZALES

12983 FLORES, RASSHEL ANNE SAN PEDRO

12984 FLORES, RENZ RONNIE SERDOÑEZ

12985 FLORES, RHEA GRACE ANCHETA

12986 FLORES, RITCHELLE RIVERA

12987 FLORES, ROANNE PRESBITERO

12988 FLORES, ROMEO JR APOSTOL

12989 FLORES, RONALYN RIVERA

12990 FLORES, ROSARIO SORIMA

12991 FLORES, ROSELLE CONSTANTE

12992 FLORES, ROY ARELLANO

12993 FLORES, RYAN LANUZO

12994 FLORES, SHEENA ROSACAY

12995 FLORES, SHEILA MARIE GLIPA

12996 FLORES, SHYNETH GRACE RICIO

12997 FLORES, STEPHANIE MARTIN

12998 FLORES, STEPHEN GONZALES

12999 FLORES, WENIE MENESES

13000 FLORES, XY-RA TEODORO



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Seq. No. N a m e

13001 FLORES, YENZIE YOANNE GAYE CABAHUG

13002 FLORESCA, MARIA ABIGAIL SABADO

13003 FLORESCA, VILLA LICTAO

13004 FLORESE, MARIE ANGELIE PAROHINOG

13005 FLORESTA, KHARENE FERRER

13006 FLORESTA, KRYSTINA CAMILLE DEL ROSARIO

13007 FLOREZA, MARIE DENISE DONGON

13008 FLORIDO, KRISTINE CHERNOBYL VILLASEÑOR

13009 FLORITA, MONICA MUYARGAS

13010 FLORO, RYAN RAFAEL MARFIL

13011 FLORON, JANELYN GALON

13012 FLOTILDES, CELFA MACAPALAN

13013 FOCK, ABEGAIL DE LEON

13014 FOKNO, KATRINA MASINNAY CAPUYAN

13015 FOLLOSCO, ESTEFANIE VICTORIA

13016 FOLLOSCO, LALIS RIVERA

13017 FONACIER, ALFRED III URBINA

13018 FONACIER, NICOLE LEI MA PAZ SOCORRO PEREZ

13019 FONACIER, RICARDO JR TINGA

13020 FONANG, ROSE MARIE SAKID

13021 FONDEVILLA, JOSEPH REUBEN MALONZO

13022 FONG, MA MARGARETTE SOLER

13023 FONG, MICHAEL CARPO

13024 FONTANAR, DAWN ANDREA NODALO

13025 FONTANAR, RISSA BEHAG

13026 FONTANILLA, APRIL ANN BARBERO

13027 FONTANILLA, BRYAN CHRISTOPHER BASILIO

13028 FONTANILLA, JAMES ROXAS

13029 FONTANILLA, JOSELITO JR PACLEB

13030 FONTANILLA, KATHLEEN JOY BARTOLOME

13031 FONTANILLA, KATHLYN CHLOE ABKILAN

13032 FONTANILLA, KRISTALE ABAD

13033 FONTANILLA, LISSETTE EMMANUELLE BETITA

13034 FONTANILLA, MA ROCHELLE SIRINEO

13035 FONTANILLA, MARIA ISABEL PIZARRO

13036 FONTANILLA, MICHAEL BIE

13037 FONTANILLA, XARYZZ RHEA JUAN

13038 FONTANOS, NATHANIEL GANADEN

13039 FONTANOZA, JOAN PARIOLAN

13040 FONTEJON, JONAVEL ACENA

13041 FONTILLAS, ADRIAN DE SILVA

13042 FONTZ, MARIA ADELFA FE ABAYA

13043 FOOKSON, DENISE MARIE MUNAR

13044 FORBILE, EDRALIN CATUNGAL

13045 FORINAS, FAITH JABINES

13046 FORLALES, DOROTHY JOY VALENZUELA

13047 FORMANES, SWEET MELODY ENRICO

13048 FORMARAN, FARRAH JANE BALANDO

13049 FORMENTO, NESANIE MAYUGA

13050 FORMON, SHIENA LAINE FONTABLA



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13051 FORMOSO, ASHER EZRA LADDRAN

13052 FORMOSO, PRUDENCIO DALAFU

13053 FORNEA, DEAN DAVID PICACHE

13054 FORNELOSA, NICOLE PINKY HALUM

13055 FORNOLLES, DARYL JAKE SITOY

13056 FORONDA, ALYSSA ASHLEY ANCHETA

13057 FORONDA, MARY GRACE DE GUZMAN

13058 FORONES, MARY PAULINE ASUTILLA

13059 FOROSUELO, JOANNA MICHELLE ROA

13060 FORRO, JIGUEL GARDOSE

13061 FORRO, RISHEL CABAÑAS

13062 FORROZA, JOYCE SIA

13063 FORTALEZA, FROILAN BAUTISTA

13064 FORTALEZA, KIMBERLY MACATANGAY

13065 FORTALEZA, NORRICE RELLITA

13066 FORTALEZA, ROILYN LIM

13067 FORTALEZA, WILMA ORGANO

13068 FORTES, GLENN PERALTA

13069 FORTES, P-JAY DOMINGO

13070 FORTEZ, ERINE ARGELINE ESGUERRA

13071 FORTICH, MIKHAIL JANUS ORION

13072 FORTICH, STEFFI NICHELLE GUIRNELA

13073 FORTICH, TRACY NICOLE GUIRNELA

13074 FORTICH, ZARAH GRACE CORSIGA

13075 FORTIN, KATRINA CALAYAN

13076 FORTO, LOVELYN GREGORIO

13077 FORTU, CHERY FAYE ARAIS

13078 FORTUITO, COREYHARDT ILIGAN

13079 FORTUITO, JEZREEL CALINGACION

13080 FORTUN, MARIA THERESA PLAZA

13081 FORTUNA, JERYL GRACE CAMALING

13082 FORTUNA, MARIFI CATIPON

13083 FORTUNA, MAY ANN BUENAVIDES

13084 FORTUNADO, GOLDA CHRITEL TABUÑAR

13085 FORTUNO, FLOYD ENCARNADO

13086 FORTUNO, MARIE JOY GO

13087 FORTUS, CRISTINE PASION

13088 FOSTANES, PRENTICE PAUL FUMOTO

13089 FOZ, DYAN PATRICIA DE CASTRO

13090 FRADEJAS, MARC JOSHUA VILLALOBOS

13091 FRADEJAS, VISITACION MAGRAMO

13092 FRAGANTE, JANA FLORES

13093 FRAGANTE, KRISTINA GONZALES

13094 FRAGANTE, MARIA ANA ABELLANO

13095 FRAGATA, DIAMOND LOURME SERVANIA

13096 FRAGATA, MA KRISTINA ERIKA PESAYCO

13097 FRAMIL, AMELIA GILONGOS

13098 FRAMIL, JHERSON AMARILLO

13099 FRAMO, CYMBELINE MADRIAGA

13100 FRANADA, LIWANAG POSTAZA



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Seq. No. N a m e

13101 FRANCIA, IRVIN PATRICK PUA

13102 FRANCIS, LUCKY ROSE GURAY

13103 FRANCISCO, AARON CALAMBA

13104 FRANCISCO, ALMA ACOSTA

13105 FRANCISCO, ANGELICA MANABAT

13106 FRANCISCO, ANGELYN CRUZ

13107 FRANCISCO, ARACELLI LACSON

13108 FRANCISCO, ARIANE LOZANO

13109 FRANCISCO, ARMIELA GALLANO

13110 FRANCISCO, BABY JANE OBINA

13111 FRANCISCO, BENEDICT BEZA

13112 FRANCISCO, BERNADETTE SALVADOR

13113 FRANCISCO, BETHEL ANN REYES

13114 FRANCISCO, CARMEN EUSEBIO

13115 FRANCISCO, CHERRY MANALO

13116 FRANCISCO, CHRISTINE MAGHIRANG

13117 FRANCISCO, CHRISTINE JOYCE CABIGAO

13118 FRANCISCO, CRAIG GARWYN SIA UY LIONG

13119 FRANCISCO, CRISTINA ALBAYALDE

13120 FRANCISCO, DARREL BAUTISTA

13121 FRANCISCO, DIANE NANCY VILLANUEVA

13122 FRANCISCO, EDELIZA REBOLLOS

13123 FRANCISCO, ELAINE FERNANDEZ

13124 FRANCISCO, ELVIN DE GUZMAN

13125 FRANCISCO, EMELYN LARASE

13126 FRANCISCO, EMIL JOSEPH

13127 FRANCISCO, EMMANUEL CANLAS

13128 FRANCISCO, GRACIELYN DURANTE

13129 FRANCISCO, HANZEL DIÑO

13130 FRANCISCO, HELEN BRIDGETTE TAYAB

13131 FRANCISCO, JACQUELINE HERSHEY AZOTILLO

13132 FRANCISCO, JANICE GARCIA

13133 FRANCISCO, JANICE GRACE HILARIO

13134 FRANCISCO, JAY VILLANUEVA

13135 FRANCISCO, JAY R NAVARRO

13136 FRANCISCO, JENNELYN PACHECO

13137 FRANCISCO, JENNIFER YBANEZ

13138 FRANCISCO, JERCY GARCIA

13139 FRANCISCO, JESUSA KARLA ENCINARES

13140 FRANCISCO, JOEMEL DY

13141 FRANCISCO, JONALYN BARBASA

13142 FRANCISCO, JONATHAN ORLINA

13143 FRANCISCO, JUAN PAOLO CAALIM

13144 FRANCISCO, JUDY TOLEDANO

13145 FRANCISCO, JUSTINE MALIONES

13146 FRANCISCO, KATHLEEN MAE VINCULADO

13147 FRANCISCO, KENNETH DELA CRUZ

13148 FRANCISCO, KRIS PETER MEDRANO

13149 FRANCISCO, KRYSTELLE JOY DATO

13150 FRANCISCO, LEW AGERO



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Seq. No. N a m e

13151 FRANCISCO, LOVELY MANAHAN

13152 FRANCISCO, LUCY OCAMPO

13153 FRANCISCO, MA DANIELLI RIVERA

13154 FRANCISCO, MABEL CABRAL

13155 FRANCISCO, MARCO RAZON

13156 FRANCISCO, MARIA ELISA INTERINO

13157 FRANCISCO, MARIA NIÑA ROSE YAP

13158 FRANCISCO, MARIE JOAN DOMINGO

13159 FRANCISCO, MARINETTE MARIANO

13160 FRANCISCO, MARISSA MANINGAS

13161 FRANCISCO, MARY ELISSE LUCAS

13162 FRANCISCO, MARY JELENNIE QUIMSON

13163 FRANCISCO, MARY MILYNS SANTOS

13164 FRANCISCO, MELANIE GACUTAN

13165 FRANCISCO, MICHAEL JOHN LEGASPI

13166 FRANCISCO, MICHELLE CINDY RAMOS

13167 FRANCISCO, NOEL AVENDAN

13168 FRANCISCO, NOUVEA MANACMOL

13169 FRANCISCO, PEEWEE LASAM

13170 FRANCISCO, RACHELLE MARY MANCILLA

13171 FRANCISCO, RAYMOND ROBERTS SANBORN MONTESA

13172 FRANCISCO, RAZZEL RUBIO

13173 FRANCISCO, RICA VARGAS

13174 FRANCISCO, RIMMON JERSON DE JESUS

13175 FRANCISCO, ROBERTO PUEO

13176 FRANCISCO, ROMA TERNIZA

13177 FRANCISCO, ROXANNIE DAQUIOAG

13178 FRANCISCO, RUDEILYN TABLIZO

13179 FRANCISCO, STEEVE MICHAEL FLORES

13180 FRANCISCO, SUNNY MENDEGUARIN

13181 FRANCO, ANNE ROSE MALANA

13182 FRANCO, CATHERINE RELUCIO

13183 FRANCO, CHRISTOPHER BERMUDEZ

13184 FRANCO, EDGARDO JR DAQUIZ

13185 FRANCO, ERROL ACE MANANSALA

13186 FRANCO, HAZIEL JAN PRUDENTE

13187 FRANCO, IVY CHRISTINE ALAVA

13188 FRANCO, JOHANNA MARIE DUMAIL

13189 FRANCO, JOY ANNE VALLE

13190 FRANCO, KRISTA KAMILLE QUIÑAL

13191 FRANCO, LESLIE MIRANDA

13192 FRANCO, LISA GISELA APELIT

13193 FRANCO, MARIA CATHRINA CAYLAO

13194 FRANCO, MARIE FRANCE MARIANO

13195 FRANCO, RACHEL ANNE BALATON

13196 FRANCO, RICCA AYRA PANGILINAN

13197 FRANCO, VANESSA MARIE ARRIBA

13198 FRANDO, JAYPEE SOLIS

13199 FRANDO, VIRGILIO PANOGALINGA

13200 FRANI, CONRAD DE LOS REYES



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Seq. No. N a m e

13201 FRANK, DONATO JR VILLEGAS

13202 FRANZA, DENNES CARALLAS

13203 FRASCO, JAN REYMUND EBALLENA

13204 FRAYALDE, R-JAY CO

13205 FREDELUCES, ERICK VON PARREÑO

13206 FREDELUCES, MARY GRACE EBALLARAN

13207 FREGILLANA, LADY LEI DE VILLA

13208 FRIANELA, MARIE JERELA KRISTINA RILLORAZA

13209 FRIAS, CAMILLE ARIES BUENAVENTE

13210 FRIAS, JEFFREY MAMARIL

13211 FRIAS, MARICAR CUNETA

13212 FRIAS, ROSELLE ANOYO

13213 FRIAS, RYAN MARTIN TIU

13214 FRIGILLANA, VICTOR MANUEL PASCUA

13215 FRIJAS, NAOMI RUTH MACANAS

13216 FRILLARTE, DAN RAFAEL MACENAS

13217 FRIO, AIMEE YU

13218 FRIO, HAZEL DELA ROSA

13219 FROGOSO, CHERRYROSE CAGURUNGAN

13220 FRONDA, CHRISTIAN JOHN BALLON

13221 FRONDA, IVY JOYCE YAMBOT

13222 FRONDA, JAFFLYNE MAE RASHEL BARROGA

13223 FRONDARINA, JHOANNA RICA ROGAYAN

13224 FRONDARINA, JOAN FRANCIA

13225 FRONDOSO, MERESA RONCAL

13226 FRONDOZO, FLORENZ BASCO

13227 FUCANAN, KRISTINE JOYCE ABARQUEZ

13228 FUCHS, KRIMHILD BELINDA PALISOC

13229 FUELLAS, KAREN THERESA IMPERIAL

13230 FUELLOS, KAREN DIANA ROSE TAYONG

13231 FUENTEBELLA, DAN BASCO

13232 FUENTEBELLA, HESTHER MARIE GATUMBATO

13233 FUENTEBELLA, LIZA ANN VILLAROSA

13234 FUENTECILLA, MA KASSANDRA RIONNA BUENAVENTURA

13235 FUENTES, ARCHIE CLENT SANGUENZA

13236 FUENTES, CECILLE POL

13237 FUENTES, CHERRY MAE JURADO

13238 FUENTES, CHRISTINE SOMBREA

13239 FUENTES, FLORENCE NAVARRO

13240 FUENTES, FROILAN POSTRERO

13241 FUENTES, GIAN CYBEL TABAY

13242 FUENTES, JAY LINUS LUMANOG

13243 FUENTES, JERELENE RAMOS

13244 FUENTES, JULIENNE LEDESMA

13245 FUENTES, RYAN TORRECAMPO

13246 FUENTES, VENEE MAREE YBAÑEZ

13247 FUERTE, DANA MICHELLE MORTEL

13248 FUERTES, KATRINA RACHEL ILAC

13249 FUERTES, KHIM DOREYN ESCOBAR

13250 FUERTES, MARIFLOR LOMOD



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Seq. No. N a m e

13251 FUERTES, RYAN INDIONGCO

13252 FUJIWARA, ERIKA FAY PABALAN

13253 FUKABORI, KHAZY LOU SIBAYAN

13254 FULARON, VANESSA BATAC

13255 FULGAR, DJOANA PAULA PANLAQUE

13256 FULGAR, GWYN MHAR NUEVACOBITA

13257 FULGENCIO, ALLAINE AGULLANA

13258 FULGENCIO, JOEPET TARIGA

13259 FULGENCIO, MA RIA ANGELIC MERCADO

13260 FULLEDO, XERLYN PANGANIBAN

13261 FULLEROS, JAN MIKHAEL GUPETEO

13262 FULLO, CHERYL MAE ORNIDO

13263 FULLON, JOHN CHRISTIAN GOFOLCO

13264 FUMBUENA, MYLENE SAMSON

13265 FUMOTO, MICHAEL KENICHI DURAN

13266 FUNDANO, RECCY ROSE TACUD

13267 FUNTANILLA, KAYCEE FRANCESCA DOMINGO

13268 FURIGAY, LORIE MAE NONO

13269 FURIO, DJUNE RIVERA

13270 FURIO, MARIA ARIANNE ESPAYOS

13271 FURO, GLADYS ANN FORTE

13272 FUSANA, TALA APRIL VIÑAS

13273 FUSCABLO, DHENNIS RYAN GADOR

13274 FUSTANES, JULIE PERL COJANO

13275 FUTALAN, MA SHEILA JANSON


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