[mahr-soh; French mar-soh]
- Mar·cel [mahr-sel; French mar-sel] /mɑrˈsɛl; French marˈsɛl/, 1923–2007, French actor and mime.
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Examples from the Web for marceau
Even now, Marceau is the preferred actress of 54 percent of French people.How Bardot Influenced Sex
September 27, 2009
His rise was even more rapid than that of Hoche and Marceau.
Hoche and Marceau had no stragglers; Wellington had few, and we do him the justice to mention it.Les Misrables
In the last engagement on the Lahn the young and brilliant Marceau was mortally wounded.
We shall receive word in an instant that the suburbs of St. Antoine and Marceau are ready to march; we await their delegates.
I was courier, valet, and cook to M. de Vareuil, aide–de–camp to the General Marceau; both lie dead together before you.The Prairie-Bird
Charles Augustus Murray
- Marcel (marsɛl). 1923–2007, French mime artist
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