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Morón

(mōrōn`), city (1991 pop. 641,541), Buenos Aires prov., E Argentina. It is a district administrative center in the Greater Buenos Aires area. Settled in the early 16th cent., Morón became an outpost on the route between Buenos Aires and Chile and Peru. It has meatpacking and food-processing industries.

Morón

 

a city in Cuba. Population, 29,000 (1970). Moron is a railroad junction and the site of a cigar factory; local products also include food and leather footwear. It is a fishing port and has railroad repair shops.

moron

[′mȯr‚än]
(psychology)
A mentally defective individual with a mental age between 7 and 12 years; a child with an IQ between 50 and 69.
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The question I want to ask all Welsh football 'supporters' is how do I explain to a nine-year-old who loves his football, that the sport is infested with a moronic yob culture that defies belief?
Condemning both incidents, a West Midlands fire brigade spokesman said: 'These are the latest examples of moronic behaviour that rolls around at this time of year, every single year.
Nothing was more downmarket, patronising or moronic.
IT really is sickening to read comments by people like Medwyn ap Robert (Daily Post, August 22) trying to make political capital out of moronic acts of vandalism.
However, as long as unsophisticated people like Mike James and his ilk continue to giggle hysterically at the moronic antics of this juvenile, witless, wildly overacted tosh, the situation will not improve.
Suffice to say that, judging from the tributes of his incredibly dignified family, Anthony appears to have been a model citizen who lived and loved more in his short life than his moronic attackers would manage in 1,000 years.
He said by Christmas the Tories will have had five leaders in eight years and added: "This arises from the mistaken premise that the public, being moronic, can only appreciate a message if it is delivered by Tom Cruise or Brad Pitt.
Though the Slovakian police didn't cover themselves in glory, the moronic monkey sounds which greeted Emile Heskey and Ashley Cole every time they touched the ball in
It is the same sort of moronic idiots who go around smashing up telephone boxes.
What with welfare state-induced social change, trendy child-centred teaching methods and moronic Big Brother type television to which Mr Wareing refers, I would have thought the average IQ would be less than 100 by now.
But tragically the number of injuries is soaring, both for unlucky children and a growing number of moronic adults who think inflatables were meant for them.