Definitions

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  • noun the area along a border
  • noun Plural form of march.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of march.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Sometimes the word marches side-by-side with anti-war sentiment, as it did in the Vietnam era when Sen. George McGovern issued his call to "Come home, America."

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  • These are the kinds of storylines that work best with such a large cast and I'm hoping that Fraction keeps that in mind as his tenure on the title marches on after Second Coming.

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  • NPR journalists may not participate in marches and rallies involving causes or issues that NPR covers, nor should they sign petitions or otherwise lend their name to such causes, or contribute money to them.

    News Organizations Telling Staffers: No Stewart & Colbert Rallies

  • In truth, those investigating anti-war protests are likely to spot signs saying, "Support the Troops, Bring Them Home," and to see veterans themselves present as honored participants in marches -- members of organizations such as Veterans for Peace.

    Mark Engler: Spitting in the Faces of U.S. Troops

  • NPR journalists may not participate in marches and rallies involving causes or issues that NPR covers, nor should they sign petitions or otherwise lend their name to such causes, or contribute money to them.

    News Organizations Telling Staffers: No Stewart & Colbert Rallies

  • NPR journalists may not participate in marches and rallies involving causes or issues that NPR covers, nor should they sign petitions or otherwise lend their name to such causes, or contribute money to them.

    News Organizations Telling Staffers: No Stewart & Colbert Rallies

  • In truth, those investigating anti-war protests are likely to spot signs saying, "Support the Troops, Bring Them Home," and to see veterans themselves present as honored participants in marches -- members of organizations such as Veterans for Peace.

    Mark Engler: Spitting in the Faces of U.S. Troops

  • "NPR journalists may not participate in marches and rallies involving causes or issues that NPR covers, nor should they sign petitions or otherwise lend their name to such causes, or contribute money to them," Senior Vice President for News, Ellen Weiss, wrote in a memo Wednesday morning.

    NPR Bans Employees From Jon Stewart's & Stephen Colbert's Rallies

  • In truth, those investigating anti-war protests are likely to spot signs saying, "Support the Troops, Bring Them Home," and to see veterans themselves present as honored participants in marches -- members of organizations such as Veterans for Peace.

    Mark Engler: Spitting in the Faces of U.S. Troops

  • "NPR journalists may not participate in marches and rallies involving causes or issues that NPR covers, nor should they sign petitions or otherwise lend their name to such causes, or contribute money to them," Senior Vice President for News, Ellen Weiss, wrote in a memo Wednesday morning.

    NPR Bans Employees From Jon Stewart's & Stephen Colbert's Rallies

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