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Marston

[mahr-stuh n] /ˈmɑr stən/
noun
1.
John, c1575–1634, English dramatist and satirical poet.
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  • "With a wife like you, he ought to go far," said Marston quietly.

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  • March Marston smiled as he said this, and Bounce grinned by way of reply.

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  • The hunter continued to smoke, and Marston continued to gaze at him till he fell asleep.

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  • “I see no smoke,” said March Marston in a tone of deep anxiety.

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  • "I imagine Peters will come later, but not to bargain with you," Marston said dryly.

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Marston

/ˈmɑːstən/
noun
1.
John. ?1576–1634, English dramatist and satirist. His works include the revenge tragedies Antonio and Mellida (1602) and Antonio's Revenge (1602) and the satirical comedy The Malcontent (1604)
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