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Tight weave textile amp; suede upper for lightweight durability . Scratch rubber toe cap amp; heel overlay for increased protection in crucial areas. Lightweight EVA midsole provides optimal cushioning . Built in EES plate for push through protections . High traction rubber lug outsole for ideal traction on a wide variety of terrain . Weight: 10.5 oz.

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Tagalog

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bubuin

Tagalog

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Tagalog

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Tagalog

n. pull; drawing out from a pocket, bag, etc.


n., zoo. fang; tusk of certain animals


n. significance; construction; interpretation; purport


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Tagalog

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itaon (itinataon, itinaon, itataon) v., inf. do or make at the same time with; make coincide


maglalatigo n. maker/dealer in whips


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Tagalog

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pag-akma-akmain

Tagalog

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n. September


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Tagalog

tag-init n. summer; hot season



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Tagalog

n. 1. uncle; 2. stepfather



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