American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Marc, Franz 1880-1928. German painter whose early expressionist works, such as Blue Horses (1911), featured intensely colored, mystical depictions of animals. His later works were increasingly abstract.
“He was published under the name Marc Gieser, and his two areas of expertise were southern France and French Polynesia.”
“Marc is a winner with extensive experience in this league, and I am confident he will get the most out of our hockey club. ...”
“I am glad Jean-Marc is getting a break even if Houston is hardly a break.”
“Audio File by Jean-Marc: listen to the French word pantoufle and the example sentence, above: Download "Pantoufle" Wav File.”
“Jean-Marc is marinating garrigue sanglier for roasting in our cheminée.”
“Jean-Marc is trying to order Italian wine as they have offered only French.”
“Jean-Marc is talking about France's qualification for the next Football World Cup which has been soured by the obvious (on video, but not to the match referee) hand ball by Thierry Henry, in the build up to the goal which got them through.”
“I agree with Annette - that photo of Jean-Marc is what struck me.”
“Jean Marc is an elegant man-What he wears doesn't make him less so.”
“I'm thinking of this happening while Jean-Marc is here, in the U.S.”
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