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marque

1. a brand of product, esp of a car
2. an emblem or nameplate used to identify a product, esp a car
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I've found that you have to be complete with your information," Marquez says.
After a heated battle that received "Fight of the Year" honors in 2009, reigning and defending Ring Magazine, WBA and WBO Lightweight World Champion Juan Manuel 'Dinamita' Marquez and former three-time Lightweight World Champion Juan 'Baby Bull' Diaz will appear larger-than-life on the big screen for their highly anticipated rematch on Saturday, July 31.
Money has only posted an Instagram picture of Pacquiao face-flat after his last defeat to Marquez as his response to all the clamour for the super-fight
When he accepted the Nobel prize in 1982, Garcia Marquez described Latin America as a "source of insatiable creativity, full of sorrow and beauty, of which this roving and nostalgic Colombian is but one cipher more, singled out by fortune.
Marquez kept his hopes of a third consecutive championship mathematically alive by winning in the wet at Misano last time while Lorenzo crashed and titlechase leader Valentino Rossi finished fifth.
Rossi holds the world title by a 15-point difference over his opponent Andrea Dovizioso, as Rossi has 82 points against 67 for Dovizioso, while Lorenzo has 62 points, and Marquez holds fourth place with 56 points.
Marquez will work closely with the Association's Illinois Executive Council and State Director Bob Gallo, leading AARP's 1.
com/sports/2014/12/03/1398627/marquez-pressures-mayweather-fight-pacquiao) Philippine Star , Marquez reportedly said that the people will blame Mayweather if the Pacquiao fight doesn't take place.
There are also typewriters and computers used by Garcia Marquez, who lived most of his life in Mexico City and died there in April at age 87.
Marquez set the tone in his homeland by breaking the lap record, only for Pedrosa to record an even better time of one minute 47.
Born on March 6, 1927, Garcia Marquez grew from humble beginnings in Columbia, to worldwide fame.
MARC MARQUEZ endured a racelong battle with Jorge Lorenzo from start to finish before claiming victory in the British Grand Prix at Silverstone.

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