noun, plural mer·ca·dos [mer-kah-thaws]. /mɛrˈkɑ ðɔs/. Spanish.
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As a young woman who values her independence above all else, Mercado was suddenly living a total nightmare.
On Indiegogo, Mercado described how the thieves took more than just a set of wheels.
Despite the initial challenges, Mercado reports that most people in the industry have welcomed her with kindness.
Five months ago, Mercado was visiting a friend and left her chair outside a brownstone apartment.
Mercado, Gins Vsquez de, search for treasure in Durango, 55.The Colonization of North America|Herbert Eugene Bolton
The church of San Juan del Mercado seems to be in some respects even more interesting than the other.Some Account of Gothic Architecture in Spain|George Edmund Street
Often, while Mercado—or Matak—paddled, he trolled a flashing bait to lure the gamefish which swarmed in the depths.
As he watched he saw the soldierly figure of Sergeant Mercado emerge from the cuartel and hurry toward him.
Mercado looked up quickly, pleased with this mark of confidence from his uncommunicative chief.