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marly

[′mär·lē]
(geology)
Pertaining to, containing, or resembling marl.
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Vomiting blood just after Aimee gave birth, little Marly was whisked away to the neonatal unit at the University Hospital of North Tees in Stockton.
Through its original concept, Parfums de Marly rekindles the spirit of fragrances from the splendor of the XVIIIth Century, when the finest perfumes were created for King Louis XV as a tribute of the prestigious horse races he so fervently admired.
E aqui temos dialogos com Marly de Oliveira e Neide Archanjo.
A escritora Marly Monteiro Carvalho possui graduacao, mestrado e doutorado em Engenharia de Producao pela Escola de Engenharia de Sao Carlos da USP e pela Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina.
There is a small museum, Musee Promenade, on the grounds of the Marly park, where the Chateau de Marly once stood.
Christine has recently enrolled her young son in a private school populated by families far more privileged than hers and must constantly cope with the nattering judgments of bubble-headed soccer moms Marly (Tricia O'Kelley) and Lindsay (Alex Kapp Horner).
We're making church history with many of these decisions," said Marly Cail, Miramichi presbytery.
24: Workshop: Treating complicated couples with Marly Klein: Toronto: Leading Edge Seminars.
Of course, the NCAA is right to regard Low graduation rates among student athletes as a symptom of exploitation, Recruited by Division I schools solely in order to produce winning seasons for their football or basketball teams, marly of these athletes never receive a diploma, or genuine college education.
She plays Marly, reluctant owner of a family motel at the centre of some unscrupulous developers' plans to turn her rundown neck of the woods into a manicured resort.
Marly Haydt de Almeida, de la Barra Mexicana de Abogados
2000 83m prod National Film Board, p Eric Michel, Adam Symansky, d/sc Jacques Godbout, ph Francois Vincelette, s Serge Boivin, Andre Chaput, Jean Paul Vialard, Patrick Viegas, mus Maurice Druon, Joseph Kessel, Anna Marly, narr Thor Bishopric, Luis de Cespedes, Thomas Donohue, Hubert Fielden, Serge Houde, John Koensgen, Howard Ryshpan; with Gerard Filion, Jean-Louis Gagnon, Madeleine Parent, Jacques Godbout, Josh Freed.