American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of west-central Germany in the Ruhr Valley north of Essen. First mentioned in the ninth century, it is now highly industrialized. Population: 90,100.
“Marlton stems from the name "Marl" which is a fertlalizer, that is a natural mix of green clay and shell which became popular for use as a fertilizer and was used into the mid-twentieth century. while the names Evesham and Marlton are usually interchanged, Marlton is actually several blocks in the area of Main Street and Maple Avenue, the area surrounding this is Evesham.”
“Does Marl Koldys squeal like a pig when you do him from behind?”
“Stop by Weather Marl Tavern to see if you agree with her.”
“I've got a whole fauna from the Bluffport Marl (Demopolis Chalk) of Sumter County, Alabama waiting to be prepared and described (including a large marine turtle and the youngest Cretaceous bird from Alabama).”
“It updated it's graphics, changed hosts (Prince Dejour hosted from 1991-1994) and even adopted a theme song in King Tee's "At Your Own Risk" (Marley Marl Remix).”
“Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Baby Photo Friday: Piano Marl:”
“Marl--Part of our plan for the house is that it be filled often with friends, colleagues, relatives, etc.”
“Agithetta and Tranquilla shall demure umclaused but Marl-borough-the-Less, Greatchrist and Holy Protector shall have open virgilances.”
“When Milo was about two years of age, his parents moved and located upon a small farm near the Marl Ponds in Cortlandville, where the childhood of our subject was spent.”
“I just finished a book called the Assignment by Marl Andrew Olsen.”
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