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Mocha

(mō`kə), town (1990 est. pop. 2,000), S Yemen, a port on the Red Sea. It was noted for the export of the coffee to which it gave its name but declined as a trading port in the late 19th cent. with the rise of Hodeida and Aden.

mocha

a. a dark brown colour
b. (as adjective): mocha coffee

Mocha

, Mokha
a port in Yemen, on the Red Sea; in the former North Yemen until 1990: formerly important for the export of Arabian coffee. Pop.: about 2000 (1990 est.)
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No es casualidad que Jose Donoso (1924-1996), en su novela postuma El Mocho (1997), situe la historia narrada en el mundo minero de Lota, espacio que ya habia sido 'ocupado' literariamente por Baldomero Lillo (1867-1932) con su conjunto de cuentos titulado Sub Terra (1904).
This condition is so far synapomorphic of Titanosauriformes only when is restricted to the last anterior and middle caudal vertebrae (see Mocho et al.
Dessa forma, faz-se necessario aplicar ferramentas de selecao direta para rendimento e acabamento de carcaca, melhorando os indices de produtividade da raca Nelore Mocho, com intuito de aumentar o progresso genetico dos rebanhos e, consequentemente, a rentabilidade do setor.
Al morir el viejo barbero y cuando "las grenas comenzaban a asomar por debajo de la peluca", y al no tener "quien le cortara el cabello", el rey busca un sustituto "joven, habil y discreto" quien, en el ejercicio de su funcion, descubre que "el rey era mocho de una oreja" y es amenazado de muerte si no guarda el secreto.
Sin embargo, lo maravilloso es que la lengua mocho aun sobrevive; que haya prevalecido durante quinientos anos a pesar de la presencia del espanol es digno de mencionar: a pesar de ser la lengua de un pequeno grupo, a pesar de que nunca tuvo reconocimiento ni por la Iglesia ni por el Estado, a pesar de que apenas ha sido escrita.
Disjointed drug battle between crippled Mocho (Alfredo Medina) and ambitious wannabes Pelao (Laureano Olivarez) and Cesar (Adolfo Cubas) racks up little more than a mounting body count and seems tangential to Oliver's downhill slide.
Jose Donoso's posthumous novel, El Mocho, is a game of optics.
NEW YORK -- Alcoa Named Citizenship Award Honoree for Jamalco's Mocho Greenhouse Farmer Training Program (November 22, 2011 10:00 AM) Source: Alcoa Foundation
After it reaches the valle floor, San Antonio Valley Road runs north parallel to Arroyo Mocho, then become Mines Road at the Alameda County line.
Jamalco, Alcoa's operations in Jamaica, was recognized for its Mocho Greenhouse Training Program sponsored by Alcoa and Alcoa Foundation.
Ademas, ya en Palacio el Papa pudo haber visitado el espacio que habito Benito Juarez como un simbolo de una reconciliacion de los dos Mexicos, el mocho y el libertario.
The Mocho community, comprising of three (3) districts (Dawkins, Cedar and Whitney) and a population of over 2,000 residents, has for many years been faced with water problems which has led to several other social and economic problems.