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The next morning, his wife, Daysi, made frantic calls to the power company and Marin’s doctor’s office, but nobody was answering in the midst of the storm.
Marin, 44, and his wife had heard there might be brief, rolling power outages — 45 minutes or an hour, at most — as a massive winter storm swept across Texas last month, overwhelming the state’s electric grid.
Marin tried to slow his breathing, hoping to ration his limited oxygen supply as he lay awake all night, watching the needle on each tank’s gauge slowly turn toward zero.
For the next two days, Marin struggled for air and shivered under a pile of blankets.
Sylvia and Marin consistently rank among Coldwell Banker’s top three Mid-Atlantic teams out of more than 2,000 agents.
The Branson School holds an elite reputation in tony Marin County, charging around $40,000 a year for tuition.
The Gonzo Option Marin Cogan, National Journal Brian Schweitzer is a one-man challenge to the scripted nature of modern politics.
She shed each one like a petulant child, reciting all of their names alphabetically: col marin, col Medicis.Tilda Swinton and Oliver Saillard Perform the Creation of Fashion in ‘Eternity Dress’|Sarah Moroz|November 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
She remained the most unfettered of spirits as she lived in France and then in Marin County, California.The Little Girl Who Welcomed Mossadegh to New York|Michael Daly|September 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Marin also suggests that forcing men into the delivery room when they would rather be elsewhere is unwise.Is Prince William Trying to Miss the Royal Baby’s Birth?|Tom Sykes|July 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Individual dwelling units would have been more appropriate in the colony at this stage, thought Marin.
Marin pumped them full of antibiotics, bandaged their wounds, fed them through their veins, and shot them into sleep.
Marin conferred with the executive, outlined the problem as he saw it and his ideas on what could be done to combat the nuisance.
Marin sat and stared at the wall, turning over hypotheses in his mind, discarding them when they failed to make sense.
"Between a hundred million years and twenty thousand years ago, something happened to Glade," Marin went on.