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(mō'rō),
Ernst, German physician, 1874-1951. See: Moro reflex.
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The Senate is working on crafting a broad-based Bangsamoro Basic Law that will govern Moro areas and provide Moros with enhanced autonomy and replace the current Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao.
Her investigations into the Moro phenomenon have supplied the missing piece to my study on how to be truly wholistic in addressing this enigmatic muscle.
There are a significant number of Lebanese with US citizenship," Moro said.
Cho-Oyu Trekking claims that Moro and Steck have since descended to the lower reachs of Mt.
By the time FIHAV took place in November 2011, Moro was more upbeat about Cuba's investment climate, telling reporters the island offered "tremendous possibilities" for Spanish businessmen.
The chief political officer of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front cited the contribution of Central Mindanao's oldest Catholic radio network in helping generate support for peaceful means of resolving the decades-old uprising.
Pope Paul deplored what he called the "barbarous killing" of Mr Moro, a personal friend.
Moro is from Sioux Narrows originally and had worked in the hospitality industry before making a career change and apprenticing in a wood-working program.
Italian writer Javier Moro - and his French and more famous collaborator Dominique Lapierre - had come out in 2001 with Five Past Midnight in Bhopal.
Manila The Moro Islamic Liberation Front is urging candidates running in the May elections to come out with their own stand on how to resolve the decades-old conflict in Mindanao.
The author's aim is to explore how both Pasolini and Moro were viewed as sacrificial victims of the political and social climate that emerged in those years.
The escapees include five members of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), the main separatist group negotiating an autonomy deal with the Philippine government for minority Muslims, Major General Benjamin Dolorfino, the regional military commander, said.