"The scale of Wall Street is bigger by several orders of magnitude," says marron.
The vast majority of business," says marron, "is done at very high ethical standards.
But there was going to be a sit-down supper, and as Boon was not there, she had taken a marron glacé.
"They wanted me to stay with my boys at the first," said marron, with a shrug of his shoulders.
"Maurice Delarey is scarcely my idea of a mystery," said Mrs. Creswick, taking joyously a marron glacé.
marron, from which the English word “Maroon” is derived, has a Spanish origin.
marron is applied in all forms of the Creole patois to wild things; zhèbes marrons signifies “wild plants.”
Mrs. marron was voluble, ignorant, and a willing source of information.
Mrs. Rossiter selected a marron from the floor with care, wiped it daintily, and began to eat.
Two marron strains are mentioned as producers of very large nuts; otherwise this variety's record is not impressive.