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Maris

[ mar-is ]

noun

  1. Roger (Eugene), 1934–85, U.S. baseball player.


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By and large, those are pretty disappointing results for a duo that had Maris-and-Mantle potential on paper.

Here, as in the cole des maris, Molire turns to the ethics of marriage for his materials.

Qui, diuiso cum fratre regno, maris possessionem sortitus, regem Sclaui Scalcum maritimis copiis lacessitum oppressit.

The leading author is Bynkershoek, whose standard work, "De dominio maris," appeared in 1702.

To one 'lasso maris et viarum,' like Horace, these words brought the first promise of approaching rest.

Whoso sheddeth maris blood, by man shall his blood be shed; for in the image of God made he man.

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