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Definition of the noun Merica

What does Merica mean as a name of something?

Merica is a genus of Cancellariidae, described by H. Adams & A. Adams in 1854.

Merica is a subgenus of Cancellariidae, described by H. Adams & A. Adams in 1854.


"Merica" a.k.a. "'Merica": 'Merica is a song by Kenny Rogers.

Phrases with Merica

Phrases starting with the word Merica:

  1. Merica Lussii
  2. Merica Elegans
  3. Merica Marisca
  4. Merica Oblonga
  5. Merica Aqualica
  6. Merica Boucheti
  7. Merica Deynzeri
  8. Merica Ektyphos
  9. Merica Gigantea
  10. Merica Sinensis
  11. Merica Stuardoi
  12. Merica Asperella
  13. Merica Laticosta
  14. Merica Promensis
  15. Merica Melanostoma
  16. Merica Purpuriformis

Phrase ending with the word Merica:

  1. Genus Merica

Other phrases containing the word Merica:

  1. Species Merica Lussii
  2. Species Merica Elegans
  3. Species Merica Marisca

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Merica

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Google previewPreparedU (2017)

How Innovative Colleges Drive Student Success by Gloria Cordes Larson

Merica is a political producer for CNN, a job that brings him into daily contact with the reporters and political players who shape the country's...

Google previewGood Morning God (2016)

Daily Devotions For One Year by Rick Coram

merica is a very unhealthy nation. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that six out of ten people in the United States are either overweight, obese, or engage in unhealthy behaviors like smoking, ...

Google previewPlaying with the Past (2013)

Digital Games and the Simulation of History by Matthew Wilhelm Kapell, Andrew B.R. Elliott

University merica is a nation with an origin story, a country particularly concernedwith itsown newness and uniqueness. But the welldefined startingpoints in the American narrative generate a particular anxiety: an anxiety about endings.

Google previewOne Great Insight Is Worth a Thousand Good Ideas (2006)

An Advertising Hall-of-Famer Reveals the Most Powerful Secret in Business by Phil Dusenberry

merica is a big nation, so big in fact that it is not just one enormous economic market. It is a collection of many different economies. In order to visualize and understand these various economies, we often resort to “branding” them, giving them ...

Google previewThe Christian Family: A Biblical Perspective (2016)

by E. G. Sherman Jr., PhD., DST, DA

merica is a nation saturated with numerous and often contradictory values. Ideally, it professes to believe in God, especially on the weekend. At the same time, however, this nation is driven by economic forces. America, in this ...

Google previewAirman's Guide (2016)

by Boone Nicolls

“Captain Merica is an A-10 driver” or “Maj. Crane is an KC-46 jock.” Electric jet: Slang for the F-16 tactical fighter jet, referred to as such because of its sophisticated avionics (aviation electronics) systems. Envelope: Term used by aviators when ...

Google previewThe Death and Life of American Labor (2014)

Toward a New Worker's Movement by Stanley Aronowitz

merica is a winner-take-all culture. Some European countries allow proportional representation, recognizing the right of minority unionsto participatein legislatures and collective bargaining, but not the United States. The landmark National ...

Google previewAdventures of Melvin the Mouse (2013)

by Ron Haslam

'T'f \ A“; Chapter Five merica is a huge country, 27 Adventures of'; ...

Google previewProfiles of Popular Culture (2005)

A Reader by Ray Broadus Browne

FADS A merica is a nation of ...

Google previewThe Assembly Herald (1912)

MERICA is the land of contrasts — physical, intellectual, moral. It is a far cry from ice drifts to drifts of palms and flowers. But in both the same □ kind of missionary work must be done; in both it is going forth to seek and to save the lost ...

Google previewThe International Horseshoers' Monthly Magazine (1919)

MERICA is the epic of man as a workingman. We have nothing precious that does not represent struggle. We have nothing of lasting value that does not represent determination. We have nothing admirable that does not represent selfsacrifice.

Google previewThe Introvert's Way (2012)

Living a Quiet Life in a Noisy World by Sophia Dembling

A The Great American Racket merica is a noisy culture.

Google previewThe Railroad Trainman (1919)

MERICA is the epic of man as a workingman. We have nothing precious that does not represent struggle. We have nothing of lasting value that does not represent determination. We have nothing admirable that does not represent self- sacrifice ...

Google previewAmerican Architect and Architecture (1920)

MERICA is a gigantic suicide club, accordA ing to the facts and figures of accidents, of recklessness and general disregard of life and limb. There is no use deluding ourselves with the notion that ours is necessarily a dangerous country owing ...

Google previewBiographical Dictionary of the History of Technology (2002)

by Lance Day, Ian McNeil

October 1957 Tarrytown, New York , USA American physical metallurgist who elucidated the mechanism of the age- hardening ofalloys. Merica graduated from the University of Wisconsinin 1908.

Google previewIndiana University Basketball Encyclopedia (2013)

by Jason Hiner


Google previewEncyclopedia of Kitchen History (2004)

by Mary Ellen Snodgrass

merica. s. Unliketherest of the world,the Americas hadno butteror cheese until Christopher Columbus's second voyage in late September 1493,

Google previewDictionary of Food (2009)

International Food and Cooking Terms from A to Z by Charles Sinclair

merica cabai Indonesia Whitepepper merica hitamIndonesia Peppercorn merienda Spain Snack meriendas Philippines Tapaslike dishes meringato Italy With meringue meringue England, France Awhisked mixture ofegg white ...

Google previewUnited Editors Encyclopedia and Dictionary (1907)

A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...

Amos merica, -n natomy, anatomical ancient, anciently n the year of the world [Anno Mumdi) allon. . . .

Google previewInternational Dictionary of Food and Cooking (1998)

by Charles Gordon Sinclair

merica. cabai. fidj. white. pepper. merica. hitam. (idl. Peppercorn. meriendas (Spl Snack, the term used in the Phillipines for tapas-like dishes meringato (Itl With meringue meringue (En & Frjfem. A whisked mixture of egg white and caster sugar ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis; or, Universal dictionary of Knowledge (1806)

by Encyclopaedia Perthensis

A- merica, formed by the junction of the Alabama, and Tombeckbee, in the SW. part of Georgia, in Lon. 87. 55. W, Lat 31. 16. N. Thence running a SW. course into W. Florida, it falls into the Gulf ...

Google previewDictionary: English-Neapolitan; Neapolitan-English (2014)

by Dale Erwin, Tessa Fedele

America n. America, Merica.

Google previewAmerican Immigration: An Encyclopedia of Political, Social, and Cultural Change (2015)

An Encyclopedia of Political, Social, and Cultural Change by James Ciment, John Radzilowski

La Merica: Images of Italian Greenhorn Experience. Philadelphia:Temple University Press, 2003. Laglaron, Laureen ...

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Scrabble value of M3E1R1I1C3A1

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