- The name of a Plebeian Roman gens, also borne by early Christian saints; Latin diminutive of Marculus, from Marcus. (Wiktionary)
“Unidentified Man #5: Marcellus is pretty sure there's something rotten around here.”
“Marcellus is pretty sure something's rotten around here.”
“RECEIVING: SW TEXAS ST-Lee Davis 3-21, Justin Marcellus 2-19, Jason”
“A sizable portion of the southwestern part of New York state sits atop a geological formation called the Marcellus shale, where fracking is believed to be productive.”
“Your editorial "The Non-Green Jobs Boom" Nov. 26 referring to the Marcellus shale production in Pennsylvania omits mentioning the massive collateral benefits that demand notice.”
“The study, which will be published this week in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, tested drinking-water wells that sit atop a huge gas-bearing rock formation called the Marcellus Shale.”
“New drilling techniques have made it possible for energy companies to extract natural gas from a layer of rock deep underground called the Marcellus Shale, and the companies have paid Pennsylvania property owners billions of dollars since 2008 for the right to do so.”
“WASHINGTON—U.S. energy officials have cut their natural-gas-resource estimates, saying there is far less gas in a region known as the Marcellus Shale than previously thought.”
“In October, meanwhile, Republican Pat Toomey called the Marcellus "the biggest economic opportunity for Pennsylvania in a hundred years.”
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