Merca


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Merca

(ˈmɛəkə)
n
(Placename) a port in S Somalia on the Indian Ocean. Pop: 189 000 (2005 est)
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Arrested during a buy-bust held by the Quezon City Police Station 10 was John Genu Merca a resident of Barangay Ramon Magsaysay.
Esto se manifiesta en la novela cuando el comandante les instruye a los policias inferiores a confiscar vehiculos y talco pero "nada de andar embolsandose o escondiendo recaudos de la merca" (Cornejo 68).
At the height of its power, around 2008-2010, it controlled the capital, Mogadishu, and a sizeable territory south and west of the capital, including the ports of Merca and Kismayo.
Para el analisis se seleccionaron dos periodicos generalistas identificados como los mas leidos por los mexicanos en 2016, segun el Estudio de Anual de Periodicos 2016 realizado por el Departamento de Investigacion de Merca 2.0 (2).
Fest representative Iulia Merca had informed Altarejos of the film's victory.
In Merca, for example, al-Shabaab set up a double IED trap: a small motorcycle alarm IED served as bait to lure in a bomb unit, while a second, much larger IED lay buried deeper than usual (in order to prevent detection by bomb sniffing dogs) exactly under the spot where the bomb-recovery vehicle would park while disarming the first IED.
"Doblan las campanas de Santiago", la iglesia mas proxima al domicilio de Larra, es el titulo de ese relato en el que un fandango marca epoca: la camisa vendo / quien la quie compra / si el que merca es majo / no ha de pagar na.