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merc

(mɜːk)
n
(Military) informal a man hired to fight for a foreign army; a mercenary
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a match Mercs in stakes, especially R-Sport This is certainly a high-end package that will hold its own in the executive car park or at the golf club - but if you still need an extra flourish to impress than you can also get it with Jaguar's wearable Activity Key.
Outclassed by the Mercs, Ferrari challenger Sebastian Vettel (right) joked: "With the speed they have, the music I listen to these days is 'Help' by The Beatles."
And with prices starting at PS24k, the CLA is that rare thing - a practical, sturdy and dramatic four-seater saloon built like Mercs of old.
The sportiness of Lamborghinis and Jaguars was matched by the flair of the AMG Mercs, BMW Z4s, M3s and M5s, and a host of other mean machines.
Last month, the iconic Mercs had distributed 150 cars including 13 S-, 74 E-, 39 C-, 6 GL- and 18 M-Class cars in Aurangabad
It really upset me so I'll never get a classic car like that again." Thankfully Jason is a lot happier this week as he dabbles with Mercs and Audis.
But if you would like to stand out from the crowd of Mercs and Beemers, take a look at the Volvo S80.
Mighty Mercs uses military-style missions based on computer games to lure seven to 13-year-olds out into the fresh air.
That kind of pace can only be matched by AMG Mercs and BMW's lighter and more aggressive M5.
With their BlackBerry-enabled phones, cool marketing, sexy office and matching Mercs, the pair and their staff are flying high.
Shklar, like many other late-twentieth-century liberal theorists, was immersed in an increasingly vibrant and consequential conversation about human rights, and that is the cultural context in which Golub's mercs and torturers emerged.
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