Mar del Plata


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Mar del Pla·ta

 (mär′ dĕl plä′tə, -tä)
A city of east-central Argentina on the Atlantic Ocean south-southeast of Buenos Aires. It is a popular resort with a fishing industry.

Mar del Plata

(Spanish ˈmar ðɛl ˈplata)
n
(Placename) a city and resort in E Argentina, on the Atlantic: fishing port. Pop: 552 000 (2005 est)

Mar del Pla•ta

(ˈmɑr ðɛl ˈplɑ tɑ)
n.
a city in E Argentina. 512,880.
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En Mar del Plata, frente al Parque General San Martin se emplazan cinco edificios de perimetro libre o en torre, con los retiros de frente que preve el COT.
Reports in South America had suggested either Martin Jaite or Hernan Gumy would be the man to succeed Alberto Mancini, who stepped down from the post following this year's final defeat to Spain in Mar del Plata.
The final takes place in Mar del Plata, Argentina from November 21.
The 22-year-old withdrew fromthe season-ending Tennis Masters Cup Shanghai earlier this month citing fatigue, and a knee injury has now forced him to do likewise for the showpiece event in Mar del Plata which gets under way on November 21.
sobre las que se asienta la actual ciudad de Mar del Plata y su campana circundante, que le son concedidas.
The company has reportedly extended services to cities including Mar del Plata, Pinamar, Carilo, Villa Gesell and San Bernardo.
Todavia en 2003, en Mar del Plata, Argentina, la delegacion mexicana logro 220 medallas: 101 de oro, 74 de plata y 45 de bronce, ademas de calificar a 25 atletas para los Juegos Paralimpicos.
Yes, a small city called Mar del Plata, which means "silver sea.
Mar del Plata, Argentina: Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata y CONICET, pp.
This work is based on lectures and papers presented at the September 2004 Ninth International Symposium on the Properties of Water in Foods, held at Mar del Plata, Argentina.
HEADS OF STATE and government from thirty-four countries of the hemisphere met in Mar del Plata, Argentina, to debate how best to achieve sustained economic growth, create decent work, raise the standard of living, and promote democratic stability.
The November 2005 Summit of the Americas held in Mar del Plata, Argentina, and attended by leaders from thirty-four nations, once again witnessed vigorous opposition to the FTAA both through strident rhetoric and violent street protests.