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Marck (William de la)

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or “The Wild Boar of Ardennes,” A French nobleman, called in French history Sanglier des Ardennes, introduced by Sir Walter Scott in Quentin Durward (1446–1485).

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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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March
March Dust
March Hare
Marches (boundaries)
Marchaundes Tale (in Chaucer)
Marching Watch
Marchington (Staffordshire)
Marchioness (The)
Marchpane
Marcionites
Marck (William de la)
Marcley Hill (Herefordshire)
Marcos de Obregon
Marcosians
Mardi Gras
Mardle
Mardonius (Captain)
Mare
Mare’s Nest
Mareotic Luxury
Marfisa