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Costa was to prove himself equally boorish when, ten minutes into the second-half, he headbutted Martins Indi, a Dutch midfielder.Dutch Treat: The Netherlands Sinks Spain In World Cup 2014|Tunku Varadarajan|June 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
To fill demand, the Martins collaborated with baker John Gendusa who developed a 40-inch loaf of French bread to reduce waste.
To show their solidarity with the strikers, the Martins gave their union brothers free sandwiches.
Today, fashion students from Saint Martins still head to clubs, now in artsy Dalston and Shoreditch, decked in their own designs.New Exhibition Club to Catwalk at Victoria & Albert Museum|Chloë Ashby|July 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
A graduate of Central Saint Martins, Kane drew industry-wide acclaim just out of college with an imaginative senior collection.
Miss Wayne thought all the Martins wanted of her was what presents they could get, but you see Essie really loves her doll.Heart of Gold|Ruth Alberta Brown
All their other skins seemed to be of an inferior quality; particularly those of their foxes and martins.
She did not intend to have those no-account Martins win more praise than was given to her.Dixie Martin|Grace May North
Our Martins, considered as birds, were often reminded that their proper food was “hempen seed,” which at length choked them.Calamities and Quarrels of Authors|Isaac Disraeli
Prizes may be awarded for the best houses made for the more common birds, such as wrens, bluebirds, and martins.Bird Houses Boys Can Build|Albert F. Siepert