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When Bowser first ran for mayor in 2014, a profile of her in The Washington Post recounted how Mercia gently teased her for following in the politically active footsteps of their father from the time she was a child.Mercia Bowser, sister of D.C. mayor, dies of coronavirus at age 64|Julie Zauzmer|February 24, 2021|Washington Post
In 655, this place was the seat of a bishopric, the largest in England, including the whole of Wessex and Mercia.The Towns of Roman Britain|James Oliver Bevan
The sheep was valued at a shilling in both Wessex and Mercia, from early times till the 11th century.
The host was quiet in winter quarters in Mercia, and the Danes in our country grew friendly with us, harming no man.Wulfric the Weapon Thane|Charles W. Whistler
It is not improbable that the Mersey derived its name from Mercia, or the territory from the boundary river.
It, in conjunction with the Humber, divided Northumbria from Mercia during the heptarchy.