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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.
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Mar del Plata

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

(ˈmɑr ðɛl ˈplɑ tɑ)
a city in E Argentina. 512,880.
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Milagros, originally from the Atlantic coast city of Mar de Plata, was rushed to hospital after attending a music event in Son Fusteret where Italian DJ Marco Carola performed.
Relatives of the crew had arrived at Mar de Plata Monday, filled with an optimism that had all but disappeared by Friday.
Cuando Alfonsina Storni (1892-1938) se despidio de este mundo, por entre la aguas de la ciudad de Mar de Plata, Sylvia Plath acabada de nacer (1932-1963).
The 23 year-old Casimero won the vacant title last February 2012 against Luis Lazarte of Argentina by 10th round TKO and was attacked by partisan fans in Mar de Plata. Last August 2012, Casimero defeated Pedro Guevara by split decision in Mexico for his first title defense then beat Luis Alberto Rios by unanimous decision in Panama March 17 of this year.
A continuacion se incluye el articulo: <<Limitantes para la implementacion de buenas practicas agricolas en la produccion de papa en Argentina>>, de las investigadoras Julia Gonzalez y Elsa Rodriguez ambas de la Universidad Nacional del Mar de Plata, Argentina.
The Foundation's base is in one of the largest maternal-child hospitals in the province, located in Mar de Plata. There, the children's family members approach them and tell them about the child's situation and about his or her greatest wishes.