A steel bracelet on my wrists reads CPL BRIAN L. CHEVALIER - 14 mar 2007 – DIYALA.
Pujol was offering a choice of tasting menus that evening: mar (Surf) or Tierra (Turf).
Decor426 mar 8, 2008 I am in the same position as both of you.
Those at mar marrina are probably not later than the thirteenth century.
There is always some Mordecai sitting at the gate to mar the enjoyment.
It was a narrow, piquant face, with no lines to mar its delicacy.
You mar our labour: keep your cabins; you do assist the storm.
Certainly he was not the Comte de mar; but then he was the man who had killed Pontou.
It is not pleasant to mar this record of beauty, but one thing must be mentioned.
Engi mar mtti fara upp dalinn me hest er hund, vat at var egar drepit.
Old English merran (Anglian), mierran (West Saxon) "to waste, spoil," from Proto-Germanic *marzjan (cf. Old Frisian meria, Old High German marren "to hinder, obstruct," Gothic marzjan "to hinder, offend"), from PIE root *mers- "to trouble, confuse" (cf. Sanskrit mrsyate "forgets, neglects," Lithuanian mirszati "to forget"). Related: Marred; marring.