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- v. Present participle of march.
- n. An action described by the verb "to march".
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- a. & n., fr. march, v.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of marching; walking with regular steps (especially in a procession of some kind)
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This is what they call the marching season and it typically produces quite a bit of tension.
Before I came on board, Osun State had deposited about N288 million in the board's account waiting for what we call marching grant from Abuja.
I also laughed uproariously when two of the Jackasses, dressed in marching band uniforms, climbed into a pen with a very aggressive ram, under the pretense of trying to sooth the savage beast with music.
In Paris, huge crowds started marching from the Place d'Italie in the south toward the gilded-domed Invalides, where Napoleon is buried.
November 7th, 2009 at 4: 13 pm fuckin marching band
They still aren't and never will take responsibility for their conspiratory role in marching us to war!!!
I believe it's time for women to begin marching again.
The same network (s) that aided and abetted the Bush adminstration in marching us to war in IRAQ without doing a fraction of the investigative journalism they've done throughout this primary on issues of little relevance.
When I was in marching band, drum corps were the pinnacle of cool.
Fortunately, Brigade HQ has issued new marching orders, and all the units are once again marching in lock-step, singing cadence, and telling us why they found it impossible to be happy and optimistic for ONE DAY.
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