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Marat

Jean Paul . 1743--93, French revolutionary leader and journalist. He founded the radical newspaper L'Ami du peuple and was elected to the National Convention (1792). He was instrumental in overthrowing the Girondists (1793); he was stabbed to death in his bath by Charlotte Corday
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We can for sure say that Marat Ibragimov was formed as equity research analyst within URALSIB financial corporation," Konstantin Chernyshev, head of research at URALSIB Capital, said.
Bail was granted to acting Prime Minister Namah and Attorney-General Marat.
I said to Marat a few times that maybe I shouldn't play but he just said I was crazy.
Now Marat has decided this is going to be his last year on the tour, which is sad considering there aren't too many players around with the image and devilment of this man from Moscow.
Marat Boshernitsan, Director of Research of Agitar Software Laboratories, +1-919-781-8096 or marat@agitar.
Not surprisingly, Corday's assassination of Marat produced a frenzied and spectacular afterlife.
Henman, who beat Marat Safin and Lleyton Hewitt to reach the third round, said: "I am shocked to play as I did and for him to play that badly.
Vernon Fisher's oblique 2002-2003 homage to David's Death of Marat, 1793, is an ingenious take on art's tragic postmodern condition: a fragment of wood bearing a dismal Romantic skyscape, bracketed by black wall-mounted parentheses (and thus "under suspension," as Edmund Husserl might say, but not "under erasure," a la Derrida), and accompanied by a kitschy cutout illustration of a toppled paint can and spilled black paint that nods to the death of painting.
He was beaten in straight sets by Russian Marat Safin and was picked up swearing by a courtside camera at the Westside Club in Houston, Texas.
TIM HENMAN admitted he lost to the better man as he crashed out of the Masters Cup in Houston to Russian Marat Safin.
After beating sixth-seeded Henrieta Nagyova in the final when the Slovak retired injured at 6-3, 4-0 down, the first thing Dinara did was to call Marat to boast about her victory.
My argument involves a close examination of a particular painting, La mort de Marat (The Death of Marat) by the French painter Jacques-Louis David.