- The, a region in central Italy, bordering the Adriatic. 3743 sq. mi. (9695 sq. km).
Italian Le Mar·che [le mahr-ke] /lɛ ˈmɑr kɛ/.
- Master of Architectural Engineering.
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Marche, as Marcheline was known, shot it down, thinking it was “too Hebrew.”12 Juicy Jolie Revelations
The Daily Beast
August 2, 2010
Marche picked up a crumpled roll of paper from the ground and opened it.
Marche stopped, took his pipe out of his mouth, and listened.
"I think I heard some such dialogue yesterday," said Marche, much amused.
Every one goes to the Marche and the company is mixed enough there.Rene Mauperin
Edmond de Goncourt and Jules de Goncourt
Marche leaned forward and scanned the water and sky alternately.Blue-Bird Weather
Robert W. Chambers
- a former province of central France
- the border area between England and Wales or Scotland, both characterized by continual feuding (13th–16th centuries)
- a region of central Italy. Capital: Ancona. Pop: 1 484 601 (2003 est). Area: 9692 sq km (3780 sq miles)Italian name: Le Marche (le ˈmarke)
- any of various other border regions
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