Quezon y Molina



[key-zon ee moh-lee-nuh, -sohn; Spanish ke-sawn ee maw-lee-nah] /ˈkeɪ zɒn i moʊˈli nə, -soʊn; Spanish ˈkɛ sɔn i mɔˈli nɑ/

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Manuel Luis
[mah-nwel lwees] /mɑˈnwɛl lwis/ (Show IPA), 1878–1944, Philippine political leader; 1st president of the Philippine Commonwealth 1933–44.
/ˈkeɪzɒn iː mɒˈliːnə; Spanish keˈθɔn i moˈlina/
noun
1.
Manuel Luis (maˈnwɛl lwis). 1878–1944, Philippine statesman: first president of the Philippines (from 1935) and head of the government in exile after the Japanese conquest of the islands in World War II

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