Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of marge.

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Examples

  • In Latvia the marges released by 40% wage fall were immediately occupied by monopoly profits.

    The Economic Consequences of Mr. Hugh | afoe | A Fistful of Euros | European Opinion

  • Dynamique de la végétation sur les marges glaciaires récentes de la réserve d'Aletsch (Alpes valaisannes, Suisse). 15 ans d'observation dans les placettes-témoins (1971-1986).

    Jungfrau-Aletsch-Bietschhorn, Switzerland

  • The man was like that wild hare they had out along the marges of the Takes, always zigging just when the wild dogs expected it to zag.

    The Tower of Fear

  • Upon its outer marges under the westward mountains Mordor was a dying land, but it was not yet dead.

    The Lord of the Rings

  • Le seul problème réside dans les prix prohibitifs pratiqués par les sociétés d'édition, dans les marges commerciales de produits qui n'ont plus rien à voir avec la création artistique ou les droits d'auteurs, mais relèvent de marketing, de parts de marché, de ratios comptables et de marges de profits.

    Entretiens / Interviews / Entrevistas

  • The Prophets were alarmed, and they sent a company of angels over the earth and a company under the earth; and the angels came back; one company said: "We searched the swampy marges and saw neither a god nor a heaven nor any prayer," and the other company said: "We probed the lofty emptiness and we did not touch a god or a heaven or any prayer."

    My Neighbors Stories of the Welsh People

  • Finally Jack built a large concrete pond on his house acres, leaving much corn on the clean marges.

    Child and Country A Book of the Younger Generation

  • The yellow irises that stood about its marges held a pale radiance, and were like butterflies enchanted into immobility.

    Gone to Earth

  • It tells me that it is nine o'clock, and it shows me, too, a dial of delicate color where the sky is reflected in rose-pink and blue, and the fine fret-work of bushes that are planted there above the marges of the trench.

    Under Fire: the story of a squad

  • 'I hear and obey, O our lord,' answered he; and they followed him, till they came to a lofty and splendid palace of curious ordinance, such as no king possesses, rising from the dust and laying hold upon the marges of the clouds.

    The Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night, Volume III

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