TANAUAN , a
See also:town of the province of
See also:Batangas, Luzon, Philippine Islands, about 38 m . S.S.E. of
See also:Manila . Pop . (1903) 18,263 . Tanauan is situated on a
See also:rolling upland plain . It formerly produced much
See also:sugar, but its inhabitants are now engaged chiefly in the cultivation of
See also:Indian corn and fruit . Oranges and hogs are sent from Tanauan to the Manila market . The language is Tagalog .
TANCRED (d. 1112)
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