SAMASA

AcronymDefinition
SAMASASandigan Para Sa Mag-Aaral At Sambayanan (nationalist student party)
SAMASAStrategic Action of Mass-Based Alliances for Social and Agro-Industrial Progress (consortium under the DLSU-CSB AKIEBS)
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Viparita samasas are few, and tend to be isolated conventionalized forms (e.g., dantajata).
The UP Samasa, in its statement, said the burial of Marcos at the Hero's cemetery is a sheer violation of the spirit of democracy and will of the Filipinos.
The author of the pratisakhya had no explanation why in some cases there is a separation of krtvas with an avagraha, indicative of some sort of compounding (samasa), and why in other cases it was given as a completely independent separate pada.
Sunday's activity, according to Reyes, was also a follow-up to the Bawa't Bato initiative of the Martial Law Chronicles Project, Claimants 1081, UP Samasa Alumni and Nameless Heroes and Martyrs, whose members placed stones on which were written the names of martial law victims at the supposed grave site for the late dictator.
During Sunday's event, members of Bantayog, Martial Law Chronicles, University of the Philippines Samasa alumni, Claimants 1081, and Nameless Heroes and Martyrs went to the cemetery to place their stones on Marcos' supposed grave site.
I was aligned with the national democrats, represented by Samasa on the Diliman Campus, and he with the social democrats, represented by Tugon.
I'd go to a Samasa meeting and people there would look at me from head to toe as if I were a spy, he said.
Members of Samasa and Tugon on Friday called on fellow University of the Philippines alumni to stand up against the attempts of the Marcoses to rewrite history by obliterating the inhumanity of the martial law regime.
The alumni of Sandigan para sa Mag-aaral at Sambayan (SAMASA) and Nagkaisang Tugon (Tugon), rival political parties at the University of the Philippines-Diliman in the 1980s, shunned their differences as they joined forces and took a united stand against the possible return of a Marcos in Malacanang-this time, in the person of the late dictator's son and namesake, vice presidential candidate Senator Ferdinand Bongbong Marcos Jr.
This run is an act of remembering, said Susan Villanueva, chair of the UP Samasa alumni.
The alumni of UP Samasa (Sandigan para sa Mag-aaral at Sambayanan), in partnership with the UP Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, organized the run to mark the 28th death anniversary of Lean and the 43rd anniversary of the declaration of martial law.
I knew them from their involvement with Samasa, a student political party that carried on the work of activists from the 1970s.