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Meriç:

see MaritsaMaritsa
, river, c.300 mi (480 km) long, rising in the Rila Mts., W Bulgaria, and flowing SE between the Balkans and Rhodope Mts., past Plovdiv, to Edirne, Turkey, where it turns south to enter the Aegean Sea near Enez. The Tundzha is its chief tributary.
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, river.
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Meric, a student at Paris's prestigious Institute of Political Studies, is thought to have hit his head on a post during the fight.
Speaking on the sidelines of a customer engagement conference in Dubai yesterday, French national Meric - who previously worked for entertainment giant Disney - conceded the firm's in-store experience could be better.
A Gainesway-consigned son of Giant's Causeway, scratched from the Keeneland September Ye a rl i ng Sa le , toppe d t he first-day session when bought by de Meric for $200,000 for Klaravich Stables.
Meric said Turkey should have political control over the NATO ballistic missile system without undermining its operations capibility.
Meric is no stranger to the food industry, having owned and operated Ruth Meric Catering from 1998-2007, during which time the company was recognized as one of the top five caterers in Houston and Caterer of the Year by My Table magazine.
Meric Senduran, MSc, PT; (1) Mehtap Malkoc, PhD, PT; (2) Oztekin Oto, MD (3)
According to the MERIC Web site, there are more than 34,000 projected Grade A openings in the Kansas City region.
Meric and Meric (1999) show an increase in the long-term of price comovements and a decrease in international diversification benefits for the twelve largest European equity markets.
Rhodia was able to maintain overall demand because we supply ingredients for premium, mid-tier and value brands," said Sebastien Meric, vice president-home and personal care, Rhodia Novecare.
On the plus side at least it meant there was no problem seeing singer/guitarist Meric Long, drummer Logan Kroeber and newest member Keaton Synder on what at first sight appeared to be a prop from Close Encounters but actually turned out to be a vibraphone.
HAVING cut his teeth playing 'nu-folk' in cafs and restaurants, San Francisco-based songwriter Meric Long became fascinated by the percussive force of West African music.
Time To Die is produced by Phil Ek, a man who has also helped Fleet Foxes and The Shins develop their distinctive sound, with new recruit Keaton Snyder joining original duo Meric Long (guitar) and Logan Kroeber (percussion).