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merc

(mɜːk)
n
(Military) informal a man hired to fight for a foreign army; a mercenary
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Kuwait's Meshari al-Thefiri began the event in strong contention for both the MERC and MERC 2 titles and third overall did the Mitsubishi Lancer driver's chances no harm at all.
MERC President Fred Shusterich said the 500 millionth ton transshipped represents another significant MERC milestone: the loading and transshipment of its 10,000th vessel, American Steamship Co.
He retweeted a post from a follower, which read: "Come on @MercedesBenz please give @stu-manley the Merc for his Hole in One.
The speed camera flashed and the Merc cut in front of the police car and left at Nad Al Sheba 2.
Your enemies, for if you are able to afford a Merc you would have many, would seethe and rant at you and it would make you feel good.
The Merc schemes have been very well accepted and appreciated in the channel and we wish to continue & provide beneficial schemes for our partners every quarter" said Sushmita Das, Country Manager India at Mercury
A finalist in last year's Harold's Cross Puppy Derby behind Melodys Royal, Kielduff Merc landed the EUR3,000 Barry''s Tea Open 750 final on his last race at Cork before joining Charlie Lynch.
Kelly ended with "Assumption will always be your home, Merc.
Working at one of Solihull's newest clothing outlets Merc, Solihull College apprentice Craig Merrick is steering his way to a successful career in retail.
The company added that the ticker symbol will remain as MERC.
Sixty-three drivers from 26 countries will compete over the championships' titles, in which 33 cars are competing for the WRC and 30 others the MERC.
Al Qasimi, who went into the final day already eight seconds ahead of nearest challenger and compatriot Rashid Al Ketbi, made light work of the Kuwait route to clinch his seventh MERC win in emphatic fashion.