Marly-le-Roi


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Marly-le-Roi

(märlē`-lə-rwä), town (1990 pop. 16,775), Yvelines dept., N France, on the Seine River near Versailles. Nearby is the hamlet of Marly-la-Machine, where in 1682 a huge hydraulic engine, the machine de Marly, was built to supply the fountains of Versailles. Considered one of the wonders of the world, the engine was in use until 1804. In the town is a church (1689) built by J. H. Mansart.
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Situated between Versailles and Marly-le-Roi, the 17th century-inspired home has indoor and outdoor pools, a private cinema, a squash court, two ballrooms and a nightclub.
They stand in the heart of the 1,000-acre forest of Marly-le-Roi. The club has hosted the 2000 French Senior Open and a Challenge Tour event, won by Kenneth Ferrie, the following year.
Fewer than 25 cases of falciparum malaria that failed to respond to atovaquone-proguanil (A-P) have been noted in published articles since the 1996 registration of Malarone (GlaxoSmithKline, Marly-le-Roi, France) (1,2).
Her other sister-in-law, Babette, lives in France, in Marly-le-Roi, west of Paris.
Earlier this month, I caught her performance at the Centre Culturel Jean Vilar, in the Parisian suburb of Marly-le-Roi. Not much bigger than Cannon Hill Park's mac, this was an ideal venue to showcase Mariza's intensely dramatic delivery.