Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Obsolete forms of merchant, merchandise.
“All I can say to the other Glen Marchand is to suck it up.”
“One of the advantages we have found in the now divided portfolios of Labour, under Mr. Nicholson, and Manpower, under Mr. Marchand, is they are able to refer you from one to the other, each saying that it is the other's responsibility.”
“Chef Gregory Marchand aka Frenchie worked in New York and London before opening his much-praised bistro.”
“Delcassé was finally able to quiet the French people, to recall Marchand from”
“The video, entitled Marchand d'Acier: Tueur de Region”
“The video, entitled Marchand d'Acier: Tueur de Region - Steel Merchant: Region Killer - has been visited over 30,000 times after it was uploaded two weeks ago.”
“Swiss designer Christophe Marchand has created an interesting height adjustable desk/table that features a frame covered in an elastic textile material that stretches when the height is raised.”
“Glen Marchand of Louisdale picked his own name and was declared a winner by provincial Natural Resources Department staff during a public draw in Sydney Forks, but he was told Wednesday that he had actually picked his similarly named neighbor as a winner.”
“I'm also certain that this entire column is just me venting on too many years watching my own favorites lose The Practice's Holland Taylor over The Sopranos' Nancy Marchand.”
“MR: You produced this project yourself, in association with Leonard Cohen, but you also did it with Pierre Marchand, right?”
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