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Lexicographical Neighbors of Baguio
bags of bones
baguio (current term)
Literary usage of Baguio
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Daniel H. Burnham; Architect, Planner of Cities by Charles Moore (1921)
"(Signed) DH BURNHAM PEIRCE ANDERSON REPORT ON THE PROPOSED PLAN OF THE CITY OF baguio PROVINCE OF BENGUET, PIi THE lands reserved by the Government for ..."
2. An Observer in the Philippines: Or, Life in Our New Possessions by John Bancroft Devins (1905)
"A church has been built in baguio on a hill overlooking the town. baguio is to be the summer capital of the Philippines, and already a large number of ..."
3. The Philippines to the End of the Commission Government: A Study in Tropical by Charles Burke Elliott (1917)
"... of Civilian Officials—Creation of the Department of Mindanao and Sulu—The Cities of Manila and baguio—Local Governments Reasonably Successful. ..."
4. Manila, the Pearl of the Orient: Guide Book to the Intending Visitor by Manila merchants' association, Daniel O'Connell (1908)
"baguio.—Situated at a distance of one hundred and seventy miles from Manila, nestling among the pine-clad mountains of Benguet and at an altitude of about ..."
5. Barbara's Philippine Journey by Frances Williston Burks (1914)
"CHAPTER XII A BENGUET baguio While we were in Benguet, we all heard a great deal about ... In fact the town was named baguio, the Filipino name for typhoon, ..."