Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of Marlovian.

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Examples

  • Maybe the whole thing would crack open under the pressure of sheer pasticheing and reveal a right load of old Marlovians.

    Sita Sings the Blues | clusterflock

  • Maybe the whole thing would crack open under the pressure of sheer pasticheing and reveal a right load of old Marlovians.

    Sita Sings the Blues | clusterflock

  • Currently, the Oxfordian school is enjoying a Web-enabled boom, but the Marlovians, who favor the playwright Christopher Marlowe, have made a good showing in the new century, as evidenced by the 2002 "Frontline" documentary

    Politics

  • It will be full of outraged Marlovians moaning about some rubbish or other and the music will ressemble something out of classic FM.

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  • It will be full of outraged Marlovians moaning about some rubbish or other and the music will ressemble something out of classic FM.

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  • It will be full of outraged Marlovians moaning about some rubbish or other and the music will ressemble something out of classic FM.

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  • It will be full of outraged Marlovians moaning about some rubbish or other and the music will ressemble something out of classic FM.

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