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  2. Zóbel de Ayala family - Wikipedia

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    The Zóbel de Ayala clan is a prominent Filipino family of Spanish and German descent who were the founders of Ayala y Compañía (now Ayala Corporation) and patrons of the Premio Zóbel literary awards. The clan is directly descended from Jacobo Zóbel y Zangroniz (1842–1896) and Trinidad de Ayala (1856–1918).

  3. List of Filipino billionaires by net worth - Wikipedia

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    Henry Sy and family $9.1 billion diversified 2: Lucio Tan and family $4.5 billion diversified 3: Enrique K. Razon: $3.6 billion ports 4: John Gokongwei and family $3.2 billion diversified 5: David Consunji and family $2.7 billion construction 6: Andrew Tan: $2.3 billion diversified 7: Jaime Zobel de Ayala: $2.2 billion diversified 8: George Ty ...

  4. Theological noncognitivism - Wikipedia

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    Theological noncognitivism is the non-theist position that religious language, particularly theological terminology such as "God", is not intelligible or meaningful, and thus sentences like "God exists" are cognitively meaningless.

  5. Sable - Wikipedia

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    Etymology. The name sable appears to be of Slavic origin and entered most Western European languages via the early medieval fur trade. Thus the Russian соболь (sobol) and Polish soból became the German Zobel, Dutch sabel; the French zibeline, Spanish cibelina, cebellina, Finnish soopeli, Portuguese zibelina and Medieval Latin zibellina derive from the Italian form (zibellino).

  6. Compliance (film) - Wikipedia

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    Compliance is a 2012 American thriller film written and directed by Craig Zobel and starring Ann Dowd, Dreama Walker, Pat Healy, and Bill Camp. The plot of the movie is closely based upon an actual strip search phone call scam that took place in Mount Washington, Kentucky in 2004. In both the film and the real-life incident, a caller posing as ...

  7. Demoulas family - Wikipedia

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    In July 2014, Forbes estimated the Demoulas family's net worth to be $2.2 billion. They also ranked the family as the 104th richest family in the United States. The following year, Forbes put their value at $3.3 Billion, which made them the 83rd richest family in the U.S. The Demoulas family dropped off the Forbes list in 2016. References

  8. Chino Roces - Wikipedia

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    Don Chino later headed the Roces family media empire composed of newspapers The Manila Times, Daily Mirror, Sunday Times, Taliba, Women's Magazine Variety, and the Associated Broadcasting Corporation, which first consisted of radio stations DZMT-AM, DZTM-AM, and DZWS-AM and the television station DZTM-TV.

  9. John Gokongwei - Wikipedia

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    The Gokongwei family controls over $20 billion of combined market capitalization for all the companies they own. In February 2008, Forbes Asia magazine's first Heroes of Philanthropy list included four Filipinos – Gokongwei, Jaime Zobel de Ayala, Ramón del Rosario Jr. and Oscar López. The list was composed of four philanthropists each from ...