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I live in South Florida and listen to 106.7 FM, ciento seis siete. During the station identification, they use a phrase that sounds like "mas cara a hora". I think it means "more music per hour" but I can't find cara in a dictionary.

Thanks for the help.

Sid

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updated ABR 10, 2012
posted by Sid-Breman

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updated ABR 10, 2012
posted by 0031c0ec
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Hello dear

My name is queen(single). I was impressed when i saw your profile today at and i will like to establish a long lasting relationship with you. In addition,i will like you to reply me through this my private e-mail box(queensamale46@yahoo.com) Thanks waiting to hear from you soon. queen I will send to you my pictures in my next mail through this my mail box

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updated ABR 10, 2012
posted by 001c7326
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Definetely, cara would be...odd.

updated ENE 1, 2008
posted by manutd
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From the context, a radio station promo, it would make the most sense for it to be "más cada hora" like Cherry and N.Limones said.

updated ENE 1, 2008
posted by Voces
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Thanks to all. I'll check out the "cada" v. cara.

Sid

updated ENE 1, 2008
posted by Sid-Breman
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Seems like they are saying "Mas cada hora" ( more each hour) your 'r' in spanish sometimes sounds like a very soft 'd'

updated ENE 1, 2008
posted by N-Limones
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It might be, "Más cada hora." More every hour.

updated ENE 1, 2008
posted by Cherry
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cara = face
I think it means something like more face (time) per hour.

updated ENE 1, 2008
posted by manutd