- a city in E Massachusetts.
- (lowercase) a twisted, usually iced cruller, combining strands of plain and chocolate dough.
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The name, she says, implies Britishness, like Marlboro or Parliament, but more modern.E-Cigarettes, Facing Ban, Still Figuring Out What They Want to Be
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Belmokhtar earned the nickname “Marlboro Man” for his extensive tobacco smuggling.Syria’s Jihadists Linked to Organized Crime
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Dice cracks a window so he can chain-smoke Marlboro Lights, using a glass of water as an ashtray.Andrew Dice Clay on ‘Blue Jasmine,’ His Alleged Misogyny, and More
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After his father's death, they went to live in the Marlboro' Street house.The Man Who Wins
At this point, Maxwell, the tragedian from Marlboro, obtained the floor.
Benjamin Stevens was a tailor, at 33 Marlboro' Street, in 1789.Tea Leaves
There had been high doings indeed in Marlboro' Street that miserable week.Richard Carvel, Complete
About a mile past Marlboro, we came in sight of the "Boys in Blue."History of the Sixteenth Connecticut Volunteers
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