- n. A female given name borrowed from German in early 20th century.
“Can't Post | Private Reply revised link in Marlene's post should now work - enjoy!”
“Marlene is correct, all Mexican beaches are public.”
“(Thanks to my very knowledgeable cousin Marlene Kasting for bringing this to my attention.)”
“Marlene is right, consider a small house as an option.”
“The group comes together to report their findings and Ariel is given the name Marlene by Scott for she is in the likeness of his deceased fiancee, Marlene Rush.”
“A family – a mother, her teenage daughter, her young son and an elephant called Marlene – flee westwards from the holocaust and from the advancing Russian armies.”
“Gilfillan and the other archaeologist, the one he'd called Marlene, were crouched in front of this wall, examining the stonework beneath the wood panelling.”
“Our Marlene is a tribute car built to honor the original, but with upgraded GM drive line, stereo and air conditioning.”
“Returning to Esmeralda, lowering her voice, she said, "If you want hair, call Marlene!”
“For additional information, participant registration or an event flyer, please call Marlene Casillas at (213) 480-4317 or visit: www. lafra.org”
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