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Adrian R.

Ebron
#014 164 Int.2 Kilusan St. Old Balara Tandang Sora, Quezon City Contact Nos.: 456-11-87 / 09268242000 E-mail: adrian_ebron@yahoo.com Objective: Seeking for a full-time job to apply my skills in the field of Food Service Management and be a productive employee to the best of my knowledge.

PERSONAL VITAE
Age Date of Birth Place of Birth Gender Civil Status Citizenship Religion Height Weight Father Occupation Mother Occupation : : : : : : : : : : : : : 27 years old December 08, 1995 Quezon City Male Single Filipino Roman Catholic 59 67 kg Alegardo R. Ebron Carpenter Elenita R. Ebron Employee

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

tertiary

university of the Philippines diliman


1101 Diliman, Quezon City Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management Cum laude 2015 2016

secondary

don alejandro roces sr. science- technology high school


Don Roces Sr. Avenue Barangay Obrero, Quezon City Fourth Honorable Mention NC I Food Technology Passer 2011 2012

primary

old balara elementary school


Old Balara Tandang Sora Avenue, Quezon City Third Honorable Mention 2007 2008

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WORK EXPERIENCE
POSITION
Receptionist

OFFICE
Aberdeen Court Quezon Avenue, Quezon City

INCLUSIVE DATES
Jan 2016 March 2016 On the Job Training

Manager

Manila Hotel One Rizal Park, Manila,

May 2016 September 2019

Manager

Diamond Hotel Philippines Roxas Boulevard Corner Dr. J. Quintos, Manila

October 2019 May 2022

Manager

Edsa Shangri-La, Manila 1 Garden Way, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong,

June 2022 Present

SKILLS AND ABILITIES


Proficient in English both in written and oral communication y Good Personal Hygiene y Expert in table napkin folding, table skirting, table setting and flower arrangement y Has passion in cooking and baking y Leadership Skills

CHARACTER REFERENCES Mr. Jhonny Ong


Salesman Uni-Build Construction Supply 626 Mindanao Ave. Quezon City Telephone No. 920-35-74

Mr. Renato Granada


Employee / Barangay Kagawad Ever Bilena Company #11 164 Int.2 Kilusan St. Old Balara Quezon City

Mrs. Adelina Marikit


College Professor University of the Philippines Diliman Contact No. 09269353111

I hereby certify that the foregoing facts and figures are correct and honest to the best of my capabilities and belief.

Adrian R Ebron
Applicant
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WORK EXPERIENCE
POSITION
Receptionist

OFFICE
Aberdeen Court Quezon Avenue, Quezon City

INCLUSIVE DATES
Jan 2016 March 2016 On the Job Training

Manager

Manila Hotel One Rizal Park, Manila,

May 2016 September 2019

Manager

Diamond Hotel Philippines Roxas Boulevard Corner Dr. J. Quintos, Manila

October 2019 May 2022

Manager

Edsa Shangri-La, Manila 1 Garden Way, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong,

June 2022 Present

SKILLS AND ABILITIES


Proficient in English both in written and oral communication y Good Personal Hygiene y Expert in table napkin folding, table skirting, table setting and flower arrangement y Has passion in cooking and baking y Leadership Skills

CHARACTER REFERENCES
Available upon request.

I hereby certify that the foregoing facts and figures are correct and honest to the best of my capabilities and belief.

Adrian R Ebron
Applicant

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A metal is a chemical element that is a good conductor of both electricity and heat and forms cations and ionic bonds with non-metals. In chemistry, a metal (from Greek " " mtallon, "mine, quarry"[1], from Greek ' = "in search of other things"; compare wikt:meta- and wikt:allo-), is an element, compound, or alloy characterized by high electrical conductivity. In a metal, atoms readily lose electrons to form positive ions (cations). Those ions are surrounded by delocalized electrons, which are responsible for the conductivity. The solid thus produced is held by electrostatic interactions between the ions and the electron cloud, which are called metallic bonds. Metals in general have high electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity, luster and density, and the ability to be deformed under stress without cleaving.[2] While there are several metals that have low density, hardness, and melting points, these (the alkali and alkaline earth metals) are extremely reactive, and are rarely encountered in their elemental, metallic form. Optically speaking, metals are opaque, shiny and lustrous. This is because visible lightwaves are not readily transmitted through the bulk of their microstructure. The large number of free electrons in any typical metallic solid (element or alloy) is responsible for the fact that they can never be categorized as transparent materials. Mechanical properties of metals include ductility, which is largely due to their inherent capacity for plastic deformation. Reversible elasticity in metals can be described by Hooke's Law for restoring forces, where the stress is linearly proportional to the strain. Forces larger than the elastic limit, or heat, may cause a permanent (irreversible) deformation of the object, known as plastic deformation or plasticity. This irreversible change in atomic arrangement may occur as a result of: y The action of an applied force (or work). An applied force may be tensile (pulling) force, compressive (pushing) force, shear, bending or torsion (twisting) forces. A change in temperature (or heat). A temperature change may affect the mobility of the structural defects such as grain boundaries, point vacancies, line and screw dislocations, stacking faults and twins in both crystalline and noncrystalline solids. The movement or displacement of such mobile defects is thermally activated, and thus limited by the rate of atomic diffusion.

An arthropod is an invertebrate animal having an exoskeleton (external skeleton), a segmented body, and jointed appendages. Arthropods are members of the phylum Arthropoda (from Greek rthron, "joint", and pods "foot", which together mean "jointed feet"), and include the insects, arachnids, crustaceans, and others. Arthropods are characterized by their jointed limbs and cuticles, which are mainly made of -chitin; the cuticles of crustaceans are also biomineralized with calcium carbonate. The rigid cuticle inhibits growth, so arthropods replace it periodically by molting. The arthropod body plan consists of repeated segments, each with a pair of appendages. It is so versatile that they have been compared to Swiss Army knives, and it has enabled them to become the most species-rich members of all ecological guilds in most environments. They have over a million described species, making up more than 80% of all described living animal species, and are one of only two animal groups that are very successful in dry environments the other being the amniotes. They range in size from microscopic plankton up to forms a few meters long. Arthropods contribute to the human food supply both directly as food, and more importantly as pollinators of crops. Some specific species are known to spread severe disease to humans, livestock, and crops. Lepidoptera ( / l p d pt r / le-piDOP-t -r ) is a large order of insects that includes moths and butterflies (called lepidopterans)

The planet Victoria was founded as a prison colony, but the original mission expired. The descendents of the prisoners and guards/wardens evolved into two prime groups: the Shantih farmers and those who live in the City. The agricultural residents of Shantih believe in independence for the individual and peaceful coexistence as a group. Bosses reign over the City and employ force to severely rule over the farmers. Tired of tyranny, some farmers decide to begin a new colony far away from their oppressors. However, the Bosses believe that one escapee could destroy their positions of power. Luz, daughter of the Big Boss of the City, knows oppression first hand though she has lived a relatively pampered life. She decides to grasp at freedom at all costs by joining the rebellious farmers. Ursula Le Guin's Earthsea books were some of my first fantasy novels so this reviewer has a special bias for one of the genre greats. THE EYE OF THE HERON is a reprint of a late 1970s tale that occurs on another world, but nothing unique really makes the reader feel that they are off-planet. Still, the key cast members, especially Luz and her father, come across as genuine, so that the audience sees the quest for independence and few societal restrictions and intrusions on two levels, that within a family and that between two castes with one enjoying the fruits of a dominant position that they refuse to cede (South Africa before Mandela). This still remains a solid work of fiction just not science fiction. Plot summary The planet of Victoria received two waves of colonists from Earth: first two prison ships founding a penal colony and then one ship of political exiles. The descendants of the prisoners mostly inhabit the City. The descendants of the political exiles, the "People of Peace", inhabit Shantih Town, which is known to the City dwellers as Shanty Town. The Shantih Towners, whose primary occupation is farming, want to settle another valley further away from the City. The City "Bosses" do not want to lose the control they believe they have over the Shanty Towners and so they take action to try to prevent any settlement beyond their sphere of influence.

Characters in The Eye of the Heron City characters

Captain Eden
Shantih Town characters

Luz Marina Falco Cooper Luis Burnier Falco (Luz's father and a Boss) Herman Macmilan

Vera Adelson Lev Shults Southwind

Andre Hari Elia

Ursula Kroeber Le Guin ( / rs l kro b r l w n/; born October 21, 1929) is an American author. She has written novels, poetry, children's books, essays, and short stories, notably in fantasy and science fiction. First published in the 1960s, her works explore Taoist, anarchist, ethnographic, feminist, psychological and sociological themes. Awards Le Guin has received five Hugo awards and six Nebula awards,[7] and was awarded the Gandalf Grand Master award in 1979 and the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America Grand Master Award in 2003. She received nineteen Locus Awards for her fiction, more than any other author.[8] The World Fantasy Awards presented her with Lifetime Achievement in 1995.[9] Her novel The Farthest Shore won the National Book Award for Children's Books in 1973. Le Guin was the Professional Guest of Honor at the 1975 World Science Fiction Convention in Melbourne, Australia. She received the Library of Congress Living Legends award in the "Writers and Artists" category in April 2000 for her significant contributions to America's cultural heritage.[10] The Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association gave her a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2001. In 2004, Le Guin was the recipient of the Association for Library Service to Children's May Hill Arbuthnot Honor Lecture Award and the Margaret Edwards Award. She was honored by The Washington Center for the Book for her distinguished body of work with the Maxine Cushing Gray Fellowship for Writers on October 18, 2006.[11] In 2002, Le Guin received the PEN/Malamud Award for "excellence in a body of short fiction."[12] At their 2009 convention, the Freedom From Religion Foundation awarded the Emperor Has No Clothes award to Le Guin.[13] The FFRF describes the award as "celebrating 'plain speaking' on the shortcomings of religion by public figures" Much of Le Guin's science fiction places a strong emphasis on the social sciences, including sociology and anthropology, thus placing it in the subcategory commonly known as soft science fiction.[15] Le Guin has objected to this classification of her writing, expressing her distaste for the divisiveness of the term and its implication of what constitutes valid science [4] fiction.