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Mos·so

(mos'ō),
Angelo, Italian physiologist, 1846-1910. See: Mosso ergograph, Mosso sphygmomanometer.
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<B Mossos d'Esquadra officers clash with protesters near the Llotja de Mar in Barcelona yesterday
Caption: Members of the Catalonian Mossos d'Esquadra equipped with FR-8s.
Mossos, the police of Catalonia, and the Spanish National Police launched a large-scale operation against the Armenian mafia on June 26, the Spanish newspaper El Pais reported.
(Two off-duty police officers from the Catalan police force, the Mossos d'Esquadra, were also in the vehicle, making for an uncomfortable conundrum that needs to be resolved by Spanish police authorities too.)
La explotacion de estas masias genero basicamente tres tipos de situaciones: a) Para explotar una parte de las tierras, las masias necesitaban mano de obra externa permanente (mossos que vivian en la misma masia) y de forma temporal (colles -grupos organizados de personas- que iban de casa en casa cuando los cultivos requerian una gran cantidad de trabajo).
"Around the same time Mossos - Regional Mossos d'Esquadra, the Spanish police - received a call from the stranded taxi driver.
For example, between the referendum October 1 and the unilateral declaration of independence October 27, many Spaniards didn't even know which side Catalonia's 16,000 police, the Mossos d'Esquadra, were on.
For example, between the referendum, on October 1, and the unilateral declaration of independence on October 27, many Spaniards didn't even know which side Catalonia's 16,000 police, the Mossos d'Esquadra, were on.
Among the interviewees were officials from Catalonia's autonomous police, or Mossos d'Esquadra (hereafter Mossos), Cuerpo Nacional de Policia (CNP, National Police), Guardia Civil (GC, Civil Guard), Centro de Inteligencia contra el Terrorismo y el Crimen Organizado (CITCO, Center for Intelligence on Terrorism and Organized Crime), Centro Nacional de Inteligencia (CNI, National Intelligence Center), and the Prosecutor's Office of Audiencia Nacional (National Court).