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Northwestern Mindanao Christian College It was founded in 1946 and currently headed by Glenda Priscille Sumabat-Hapitan.
Oo The provinces of the Philippines in the Spanish times were of two kinds–the civil provinces and the military provinces. The civil provinces were in the pacified regionds and were called alcadiasheaded by the alcalde mayor. The military provinces were the unpacified provinces calledcorregimentos and were headed by army officers knows as corregidores.
John Brantley Matapos magpunta sa Austin upang tignan ang The University of Texas, nagpahayag na ng commitment si Brantley para sa Longhorns. Sa isang panayam ng, muling sinabi ni Brantley ang kanyang pag-commit sa Texas, at ayon sa kanya,nararamdaman niya na ""a real special thing to be headed out there (Texas)."
Lungsod ng Cotabato Today, the majority of the city's population is Muslim, comprising about 80% of the population. The majority of Muslims in Cotabato City are Sunnites. The majority of Christians in Cotabato City are Roman Catholics, most of whom are Cebuanos, Ilonggos and Chavacanos. The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cotabato is headed by Orlando Cardinal Quivedo.
Mustafa Kemal Atatürk The last election to the Ottoman parliament held in December 1919 gave a sweeping majority to candidates of the "Association for Defense of Rights for Anatolia and Roumelia ("Anadolu ve Rumeli Müdafaa-i Hukuk Cemiyeti")", headed by Mustafa Kemal, who himself remained in Ankara. The fourth (and last) term of the Parliament opened in Constantinople on 12 January 1920. It was dissolved by British forces on 18 March 1920, shortly after it adopted the "Misak-ı Millî" ("National Pact"). Mustafa Kemal called for a national election to establish a new Turkish Parliament seated in Ankara – the "Grand National Assembly" (GNA). On 23 April 1920, the GNA opened with Mustafa Kemal as the speaker; this act effectively created the situation of diarchy in the country.