American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A region and former kingdom of southeast Spain on the Mediterranean Sea. Settled by Carthaginians, it was conquered by the Moors in the 8th century and became an independent Moorish kingdom in the 11th century. It was annexed by Castile in 1266.
- A city of southeast Spain north-northwest of Cartagena. Originally a Roman settlement, it was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Murcia. Population: 423,000.
- From Spanish Murcia. (Wiktionary)
“Then Rivets left the band and died and was replaced by Sly Slyvian, and after the band was dropped from their label Murcia died of a drug overdose and was replaced by Jerry Nolan.”
“Bodegas y Viñedos de Murcia is not a winery, but the commercial arm of the Casa de la Ermita group of wineries in southeastern Spain.”
“ISIC: the information behaviour conference, 2010, will take place in Murcia, Spain from 28 September to 2 October, 2010.”
“It was hard to find a rhythm, but I felt better than I did in Murcia," Armstrong said of the time trial in his last race — the Vuelta de Murcia in Spain earlier this month.”
“I Googled "Tory in Murcia" and your blog does appear in the search results.”
“But a blogger who has "A Tory in Murcia" as their headline can reasonably be assumed to be a supporter of the Conservative party.”
“Murcia has a railway station called Murcia del Carmen, located in the neighborhood of the same name.”
“There are three Facebook groups that come up when you search 'Murcia' and 'Starbucks'.”
“En el 2005 esta como Dee Jay resident en Vengue Bar, en el puerto deportivo de la ciudad de Cartagena '' Murcia '' (España) y alternando en varios clubes durante el verano europeo.”
“For the moment, those who go to the Starbucks store locator screen and enter "Murcia" will continue getting the following message: "There are no stores matching your search parameters.”
‘Murcia’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
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