- n. Cuban poet and revolutionary who fought for Cuban independence from Spain (1853-1895)
“Because what Marti is doing is similar to what Adolf Hitler did — making an entire people responsible for the questionable manipulations of a few egotistical, very wealthy men.”
“Come to find out, things have been decidedly messy in Marti's household.”
“As if this weren't complicated enough for a young family, Marti is now convinced that the MIL is haunting them.”
“One of the winners, a tall, red-haired entertainer called Marti Caine, actually went on to present the show.”
“After she told him to call her Marti, he said, Why?”
“We always recall Marti's words written in the field of battle.”
“Villena to Matanzas, and some 9 to 10 million will be transferred to Marti, which is to complete its own harvest on 10 May.”
“Take it up with the News-Gazette by Martha "Marti" Wilkinson on Tuesday, Oct 20, 2009 at 12: 02: 36 AM bias and objectivity by G Edwards on Sunday, Nov 1, 2009 at 9: 54: 01 AM”
“We have been fortunate in this sense; more fortunate than those who came before us in these struggles; more fortunate than those who fought for independence and who fought so hard, such as Marti, Maceo, Agramonte,”
“Marti," whom I have seen many a time, in the streets of Havana, after his reformation.”
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