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- proper n. A surname.
- proper n. A male given name
- proper n. A female given name
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A name applied in Guam to certain seabeans, especially to Stizolobium giganteum, a woody climber with slender glabrous branches, trifoliate leaves, and pale-greenish flowers. The hard brown orbicular seeds are sometimes called oxeye beans or, in Spanish, ojo-de-venado (buckeye).
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Marvin Gaye is another one of the many faces of God and his music is aging brilliantly
Marvin Gaye is from DC, but I suppose music by black people doesn’t count.
Marvin Gaye, another DC native son, was just beginning to make his mark at Motown when he released this song back in 1962.
The oddest part of the scenario is the list of "equipment" for the failed punking, which includes a music list: "Alicia keys, 80s romance songs, things that are typically James, avoid Marvin Gaye as too cliché."
The reason why I sang What's Going On by Marvin Gaye was because I felt like we're not paying attention to what's going on in Chile and Haiti.
I mean, I did twenty-nine songs and there are two Marvin Gaye songs out of the eleven that were left off the record.
Marvin Gaye recorded a hit song that lyrics went like this ....
In the words of the late, great Marvin Gaye, "what's going on?"
And it wasn't Marvin Gaye, who'd been a Doggoned, Peculiar bit of Pride and Joy since that same time.
Harwell invited Feliciano to perform the anthem before Game 5 of the 1968 World Series — after booking Marvin Gaye and Margaret Whiting — and Feliciano created a stir with a folk-tinged interpretation of the song, leading to calls for Harwell to be fired.
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