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Mo·ro

(mō'rō),
Ernst, German physician, 1874-1951. See: Moro reflex.
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On Saturday, armed followers of the two Moro fronts figured in a running gunbattle when they met in Barangay Kidama.
If the greater autonomy he seeks for the Moro people can be achieved by the "hybrid" system now existing in Hong Kong, he said, he was all for it.
Caption: Annual production at Cerro Moro is expected to be 150,000 oz of gold and 7.
We have people in charge to directly communicate and collaborate with the Moro fronts, he said.
Moro passed, during these years, severe judgment on the democratic credentials of the political parties of his time, including the Christian Democrat party.
MORO plans to collaborate with the SAP partner ecosystem to enable partners to offer solutions running on the private SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud on MORO Cloud Hub.
El lucumo se encuentra en un sector o en forma dispersa en huertos familiares con un area inferior a una ha, de acuerdo al 60 y 51% de los huertos de El Moro y Yautan respectivamente (Tabla 3), formando parte del 62.
The conflict between the government forces and the Moro rebels has resulted in the deaths of more than 150,000 combatants and civilians over nearly three decades.
tised narration', Moro has tried to understand the conflicts and struggles of Sonia's life.
Moro inventa en sus pinturas formas nuevas, de cuya asociacion se define la forma que constituye su signo grafico definitivo.
What may be surprising to many--as it was to me--is that this period of military governance is in fact remembered very fondly by Moro leaders today as 'not one of conquest and subjugation but, rather, one of agreement, compromise, and progress' (p.
Remembering Aldo Moro will provide the seasoned readership with emotional distance and a wider historical perspective on the tragic events.