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Merced

[mer-sed] /mərˈsɛd/
noun
1.
a city in central California.
2.
a river in central California, flowing W to the San Joaquin River. 150 miles (241 km) long.
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  • I told him it was dangerous for me to remain in Merced, and I wanted to waive, and go to Modesto for safety.

    Hunted Down Harry Granice
  • Vuesa Merced,” the epithet of ordinary courtesy, is literally “Your Grace.

    Clare Avery Emily Sarah Holt
  • The Puente and Merced are sheep ranches, and have 20,000 sheep on them.

    Glimpses of Three Coasts Helen Hunt Jackson
  • Merced to Yosemite Village, round trip, rail and stage, $18.50.

    Your National Parks Enos A. Mills
  • But a week is seven nights away, and all of them your own, Merced mia!

    For the Soul of Rafael Marah Ellis Ryan
  • Just above the lake is Merced Lake Lodge, with excellent accommodations.

    Guide to Yosemite Ansel Hall
  • The Tuolumne tumbles in less effectively than the Merced enters Yosemite.

    A Backward Glance at Eighty Charles A. Murdock
  • The Merced, which takes its rise in the valley of Yosemite, is partial to melons and figs.

    California Mary Austin
  • We travelled from Merced to this place in our own wagons, pitching our tents every night.

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