mercat

mercat

(ˈmɛrkət)
n
(Commerce) a Scot word for market
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If it's wet, dancers will perform in The Mercat but the events will take place on beach the and stalls will be on the Prom as normal.
a BRIGHT neon pavilion encircling the Mercat Cross, a giant head of archibald Simpson trundling through the streets and onlookers marvelling at things only they can see in Marischal Quad...
Campaigners for better access for those with disabilities and visual impairments took to the Mercat Cross yesterday to voice their concerns about the uneven surface.
"You regularly see people coming up from the city centre, looking at the sign and then heading down St Mary'sWynd before returning after they realise they have gone the wrong way," Linda Friel said at the meeting ONTHURSDAY of Mercat Cross and City Centre Community Council.
This year, two iconic performing arts centers in Europe will become partners with the NTCH, including the TheStre National de Chaillot in France, and the Mercat de les Flors - Dancehouse in Spain.
On Sunday, 27 swimmers from the junior squad travelled to East Lothian for a one-day novice swim meet held at Mercat Gait Sports Centre, Prestopans.
The claims provoked a furious response from homeless charity Shelter but Police Scotland were last night standing by the report, made for the Mercat Cross and City Centre Community Council.
For Halloween, Mercat Tours are Ed cr fa jus back Chepstow offering a Midnight Hour walk starting at 11pm from the Mercat Cross on the Royal Mile and heading off into the darkest corners of the Old Town and down through the Blair Street Underground Vaults.
Mercat de la Boqueria (91 La Rambla) is recognized as one of the best in the world, and the oldest in the city, dating back to 1217.
The TV chefs were caught at the Mercat de Peix in Mahon on the Spanish island of Menorca this week.
Book at mercat olivar.com/vistas-guidas Raise a glass The Cross at Kingussie has been awarded the coveted three AA Rosettes.