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What does TAG stand for?

TAG stands for Tagalog (Filipino language)

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Tagalog for Beginners Joi Barrios Tuttle Publishing 364 Innovation Drive North Clarendon, VT 05759-9436 9780804841269, $19.
At present Catholic Radio proposes to offer programming in English, French, Italian, Spanish, Ukrainian, Polish, German, Korean, Tagalog, Vietnamese, Mandarin, and Cantonese if its licence is granted.
Although one might expect the term "Bojinka" to be either Arabic or Tagalog (a Filipino dialect), a terrorism analyst with extensive linguistic expertise told THE NEW AMERICAN it is "a Serbo-Croatian term with Turkish roots," probably originating during the period when the Ottoman Turks ruled the Balkans.
Kambal, which means "twins" in Tagalog (Filipino language), may be conjoined (physically connected) twin pigs.
The company is planning to add notes in Polish, Portuguese and Tagalog, Mike Weiner, a partner in the firm, wrote in an e-mail.
9) Witches and devils Before examining the case of Seberina Candelaria to see what light it sheds on the supernatural beliefs of a rural Tagalog community in the early nineteenth century, the concept of witchcraft both in western and indigenous societies requires some explanation and historical elaboration.