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Merca

a port in S Somalia on the Indian Ocean. Pop.: 189 000 (2005 est.)
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Smaller ports are located at Merca, Brava, and Bossaso.
In April 2004 thousands of citizens marched through the streets in Mogadishu and in the southern coastal town of Merca to protest what they believed was an attempt by aid agencies to spread Christianity.
The airstrips, one at Daynile, outside Mogadishu, and the other at Merca, south of the capital, were ordered closed from 1 November.
The last recorded case was that ofAli Maow Maalin, cook at the hospital in Merca, Somalia, and sometime vaccinator in a World Health Organisation (WHO) smallpox eradication team.
Fastems, a subsidiary of Finnish privately held Helvar Merca Group, has offices in the U.
The first of the Paradiso passages alludes to the anti-imperial Florentine political forces that condemn Dante to exile: "Se la gente ch'al mondo piu traligna / non fosse stata a Cesare noverca, / ma come madre a suo figlio benigna, / tal fatto e fiorentino e cambia e merca .
Questo si vuole e questo gia si cerca, e tosto verra fatto a chi cio pensa la dove Cristo tutto di si merca.
The player's agent, Merca Pegescu, claimed the club wanted to land the under contract Cologne star before today's Champions League deadline.
The Eroski retail outlets and franchises operate under familiar brand names such as Eroski Hypermarkets, Eroski City, Eroski Center, Eroski Merca, Aliprox, Caprabo, Familia, Eroski Travel, Eroski Optics, IF Cosmetics, FORUM SPORT and ABAC.
Esto agrega ingresos cuando una estacion de TV que ha adquirido algunos titulos a lo largo de varios afios le permite al distribuidor vender algunas de esas mismas peliculas a otros merca.
The government has restarted construction of Santo Domingo's wholesaler market, Merca Santo Domingo, by taking another loan for US$45 million from the Deutsche Bank of Spain, reports Diario Libre (Feb.
The airstrips at Daynile, outside Mogadishu, and Merca, south of the nation's capital, are owned by local warlords and the government said that it had informed its trading partners Kenya, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Yemen and the United Arab Emirates of the decision to close the airstrips from 1 November.