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Marius

Gaius . ?155--86 bc, Roman general and consul. He defeated Jugurtha, the Cimbri, and the Teutons (107--101), but his rivalry with Sulla caused civil war (88). He was exiled but returned (87) and took Rome

Marius

young pagan who follows the original philosophical tenets of Epicurus in his search for an answer to life. [Br. Lit.: Pater Marius the Epicurean in Magill II, 630]
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A statement from World Rugby read: "World Rugby has confirmed that Marius van der Westhuizen will be replaced by Nigel Owens as assistant referee two for the Six Nations match between England and Ireland at Twickenham on Saturday.
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Set in Rome 549 AD, "The Silk Tree" is the story of merchant Nicander and legionary Marius who are forced to flee the heart of the Roman Empire and escape to a new life in Constantinople.
Marius Borg, el hijo mayor de Mette-Marit de Noruega, que cumplio 20 anos el 13 de enero, se muda a California para estudiar Administracion de Empresas.
It's a style that befits the show's lead, Marius (Giovanni Ribisi), a smooth-talking con man who is always extemporizing, adding frills to a con that is ever on the verge of coming apart.
In the song, Valjean says to Marius he is the son he might have known if he ever had one.
He provides a brief biography of the remarkable Gaius Marius (158/157-86 BC), an important Roman general, albeit one with mixed reviews.