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March

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He may be a rogue, but he’s no fool on the march. (French, sur la marche likewise.)

March borrows three days from April. (See Borrowed Days.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Marabout (in French)
Marabuts
Maranatha (Syriac, the Lord will comei.e. to execute judgment)
Maravedi
Marbles
Marcassin (The Prince)
Marcella
Marcellina
Marcellus (in Dibdin’s Bibliomania, a romance,)
March
March Dust
March Hare
Marches (boundaries)
Marchaundes Tale (in Chaucer)
Marching Watch
Marchington (Staffordshire)
Marchioness (The)
Marchpane
Marcionites
Marck (William de la)

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