MoROC

AcronymDefinition
MoROCMissouri Rural Opportunities Council
References in classic literature ?
The animals of Abyssinia; the elephant, unicorn, their horses and cows; with a particular account of the moroc.
But amongst all their birds there is none more remarkable than the moroc, or honey-bird, which is furnished by nature with a peculiar instinct or faculty of discovering honey.
Guests will then return to Moroc for dessert and wine.
Ruby, a Moroc can immigrant whose real name women is Karima El Mahroug, is expected to give evidence.
Flights Morocco from pounds 187 Take off for Marrakech with Royal Air Moroc from Heathrow and pay from just pounds 187 return if you book by December 31, for travel by March 31.
Fernandez will also travel to Tunisia 3-4 December, Libya 4-6 December and Moroc co 6-7 December immediately after the conference, to promote a new US - North Af r ica public-private partnership focused on boosting economic opportunity through s ocial networking, support for start-ups and youth entrepreneurship training in t h e region and greater people-to-people ties between the United States and the Mag h reb.
Following the trail of Ibn Battuta, various dining options are availble including the Chor Bazaar offering Indian cuisine, rustic Italian at Sicilia, Asian fusion at Shanghai Chic, the Moroc lounge, bar and terrace, Pastane gourmet shop, where guests can pick up fresh pastas, a Middle Eastern themed shisha lounge called Majlis, Olive Tree poolbar and Mistral, a total dining restaurant.
Chief executive Saud Al Duweish said he hoped Vivendi would have a change of heart after the French media group declined to sell its Moroc Telecom stake, but later told Al Arabiya TV that it had not made an official bid.
The idea for a top-quality and purpose-built "Royal Moroc" sporting facility is already well down the pipeline.
Now packaging financing for "Les Larmes d'argent," turning on the relationship between a French officer and Moroc can conscript in World War II, presented at San Sebastian's Cinema in Motion.
"I love the way indoors and outdoors blur at our Dar Moroc [House of Morocco]," says Jericho.