Definitions

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  • noun A small breed of chicken originating in France popular for poultry shows and its eggs, rather than for its meat.

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Examples

  • A canal runs from the far end of the bay to Marans, which is about ten kilometers inland.

    Maigret In Exile

  • (Dinakaran is a Tamil newspaper run by the Marans).

    Indian Anchorman

  • Karunanidhi, great-uncle to the Marans, took them back in his wings and eased all constrictions around Sun.

    Indian Anchorman

  • "We're living in a climate that inspires great ideas that are community-based that can step in on behalf of kids when parents and families can't," Marans said.

    Boy's gun goes off in elementary school lunchroom

  • The most powerful political family in Tamil Nadu -- that of Chief Minister Karunanidhi -- fumed at a newspaper report hinting at competing political ambitions of the Marans.

    Indian Anchorman

  • (Dinakaran is a Tamil newspaper run by the Marans).

    Indian Anchorman

  • Specifically, as Daniel Marans pointed out, the cost of extending the Bush tax cuts for the top 2% of Americans is equivalent to the cost of filling Social Security's 75-year shortfall.

    Richard (RJ) Eskow: Contempt

  • The most powerful political family in Tamil Nadu -- that of Chief Minister Karunanidhi -- fumed at a newspaper report hinting at competing political ambitions of the Marans.

    Indian Anchorman

  • Specifically, as Daniel Marans pointed out, the cost of extending the Bush tax cuts for the top 2% of Americans is equivalent to the cost of filling Social Security's 75-year shortfall.

    Richard (RJ) Eskow: Contempt

  • Karunanidhi, great-uncle to the Marans, took them back in his wings and eased all constrictions around Sun.

    Indian Anchorman

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