Anonymous source at Kremlin, dressed as Princess merida, denies Russian version of GPS will be called GulagMaps.
In some cases the riches of the churches were also surrendered, as at merida, and hostages given.
The official date of the founding of the city of merida was Jan. 6, 1542.
Armed with these he published the facts in the merida newspaper, demanding an investigation.
The crop of sisal-hemp is shipped mainly from Progresso and merida.
The spittoons in the cathedral at merida had replicas, we found, in most of the churches.
There are hundreds of these cabs in merida, and everybody uses them all the time.
They were a very different breed of men from those Indians we had seen nearer merida, and some of them even looked truculent.
And merida is in no sense a noble city; never has been and never can be.
The environs of merida are interspersed with numerous haciendas; amongst these Ascorra is certainly one of the most picturesque.
said to be from a local word meaning "massacre."