Crossword clues for marc
- Connelly of stage lore
- A love of Cleo
- Kind of brandy
- Type of brandy
- Grappa's cousin
- A brandy
- Chagall or Blitzstein
- Chagall's brandy?
- Brandy for Chagall?
- German Expressionist Franz ____
- Grape residue
- Playwright Connelly: 1890–1981
- Vintage residue
- Chagall or Connelly
- Connelly or Chagall
- Residue of grapes
- Antony or Connelly
- Grape-press residue
- Brandy from grape residue
- Crushed grape skins
- Wine-press residue
- Variety of brandy
- Jacobs of fashion
- A French brandy
- Writer Connelly
- Grape refuse
- Brandy type
- Grapes' residue
- A cousin of grappa
- Artist Chagall
- Playwright Connelly
- Pulitzer dramatist Connelly
- Cleopatra's love ___ Antony
- Grape brandy
- French brandy
- Dramatist Connelly
- Grammy winner Cohn
- Antony of antiquity
- Singer Almond or actor Singer
- Film director AllГ©gret
- ___ Antony
- Painter Chagall
- Actor Singer
- Pulitzer winner Connelly
- Latin singer Anthony
- French film director AllГ©gret
- 1991 Grammy winner Cohn
- Playwright Connelly who won a Pulitzer for "The Green Pastures"
- Singer ___ Anthony
- Linguist Okrand who created the Klingon language
- ___ Cohn, 1991 Grammy winner for Best New Artist
- Singer Anthony
- Fashion designer Jacobs
- "WTF With ___ Maron" (popular podcast)
- Fashion designer Ecko
- Comedian Maron
- Made from residue of grapes or apples after pressing
- French film director All
- Film director All
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Marc \Marc\, n. [F.] The refuse matter which remains after the pressure of fruit, particularly of grapes.
Marc \Marc\, n. [AS. marc; akin to G. mark, Icel. m["o]rk, perh. akin to E. mark a sign. [root]106, 273.] [Written also mark.]
A weight of various commodities, esp. of gold and silver, used in different European countries. In France and Holland it was equal to eight ounces.
A coin formerly current in England and Scotland, equal to thirteen shillings and four pence.
A German coin and money of account. See Mark.
Etymology 1 n. 1 The refuse matter that remains after fruit, particularly grapes, has been pressed. 2 An alcoholic spirit distilled from the marc of grapes. Etymology 2
alt. 1 (context obsolete English) A weight of various commodities, especially of gold and silver, used in different European countries. In France and Holland it was equal to eight ounces. 2 (context obsolete English) A coin formerly current in England and Scotland, equal to thirteen shillings and four pence. 3 (context obsolete English) A German coin and money of account; the mark. n. 1 (context obsolete English) A weight of various commodities, especially of gold and silver, used in different European countries. In France and Holland it was equal to eight ounces. 2 (context obsolete English) A coin formerly current in England and Scotland, equal to thirteen shillings and four pence. 3 (context obsolete English) A German coin and money of account; the mark.
n. made from residue of grapes or apples after pressing
MARC (Mailing list ARChive) is a computer-related mailing list archive. It archives over 31 million e-mails from over 2400 mailing lists, with approximately 320,000 new mails added per month. The archive is hosted by the companies 10East (formerly called the AIMS Group) and KoreLogic, and is maintained by a group of volunteers led by Hank Leininger.
MARC was founded in 1996 to serve as a unified archive of electronic mailing lists, similar to what DejaNews (now Google Groups) did for Usenet.
MARC uses a MySQL relational database to store its messages and Perl to access the data. The archive can be searched for mailing list names, authors, subject lines and full-text of the e-mail messages.
Marc or MARC may refer to:
Marc is a British television series presented by T. Rex's lead singer Marc Bolan. It was produced in Manchester by Granada Television for the ITV network. A second series was planned had Bolan not died before it could be produced.
Produced by Muriel Young and directed by Nicholas Ferguson, it ran for six weekly episodes in the autumn of 1977, before its host died in a car crash on 16 September that year. A pop music show, it gave Bolan a chance to showcase punk bands such as Generation X, the Jam, Radio Stars and Eddie and the Hot Rods. T. Rex performed at least three songs each week, a mixture of new versions of their old hits, and fresh tracks, while the guests were slotted in between. Not all were as notable as those listed above, though they also included Roger Taylor, drummer with the rock band Queen, in a rare solo TV appearance. They were also joined by a dance troupe called Heart Throb.
The last episode featured Bolan duetting with his friend David Bowie. Before the song had reached its end, Bolan tripped over a microphone cable and fell off the stage. Bowie is said to have called out "Could we have a wooden box for Marc [to stand on]?". Following the show Bolan and Bowie co-wrote and recorded a rough outline of a new song, 'Madman'. The new wave band Cuddly Toys found a bootleg tape and recorded it, which became a UK Indie Chart single and featured on their 'Guillotine Theatre' album.
The final show was recorded on 7 September 1977, but not broadcast until after Bolan's funeral on 20 September 1977, which was also attended by David Bowie and Rod Stewart, among others.
An edited highlights compilation featuring T. Rex performances only was released in the United Kingdom on DVD in 2005, while 2007 saw an uncut DVD release in Japan only.
Marc is the surname of:
- Alessandra Marc (born 1957), American operatic soprano
- Andrei Marc (born 1993), Romanian footballer
- Franz Marc (1880-1916), German painter and printmaker
- Jeanny Marc (born 1950), a member of the National Assembly of France representing Guadeloupe
- Philip Marc, High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and the Royal Forests in 1208, proposed as the model for the Sheriff of Nottingham in the Robin Hood legends
- Robert Marc (artist) (1943–1993), French artist
- Robert Marc (fencer), French fencer in the 1900 Olympics
Marc is a French, Catalan, and Romanian masculine given name of Latin origin, derived from the Roman name Marcus.
Marc may refer to:
- Marc Albrighton, born 1989, English footballer
- Marc Alexandre, French judoka
- Marc Almond, English artist and one half of Soft Cell
- Marc Andreessen, chair of Opsware
- Marc Andreu, French rugby union player
- Marc Anthony, Puerto Rican-American singer-songwriter
- Marc Bell, drummer for The Ramones
- Marc Bell, Canadian absurdist cartoonist
- Marc Blitzstein, American composer
- Marc Blucas, American actor
- Marc Bolan (1947–1977), singer and songwriter for T. Rex
- Marc de Bonte, Belgian kickboxer
- Marc Isambard Brunel, French engineer, father of Isambard Kingdom Brunel
- Marc Bulger, American football player
- Marc Canter, well-known figure in the sphere of open standards, social networks and blogging
- Marc Cécillon, French rugby union player and convicted murderer
- Marc Chagall, Belarusian painter
- Marc Copland, American jazz pianist
- Marc Cohn, American Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter
- Marc Ecko, American entrepreneur
- Marc Ellis, an All Black rugby player
- Marc Emery, Canadian politician and marijuana advocate
- Marc Gagnon, Canadian athlete and Olympian
- Marc Garneau, Canadian astronaut
- Marc Gasol, Catalan basketball player
- Marc-André Hamelin, French-Canadian pianist
- Marc Hempel'', American cartoonist known for his work on '' The Sandman with Neil Gaiman
- Marc Hodler, International Olympic Committee member
- Marc Jacobs, American fashion designer
- Marc Janko, Austrian footballer
- Marc Kudisch, American stage actor
- Marc Lacroix (biochemist), born 1963, Belgian biochemist
- Marc Lacroix (photographer), French photographer
- Marc Lépine (1964-1989), Canadian mass murderer
- Marc May, American football player
- Marc Mero (born 1960), American professional wrestler
- Marc Munford (born 1965), American football player
- Marc Morley, American lacrosse player
- Marc Mozart, German songwriter, record producer and music manager
- Marc Okrand, creator of the Klingon language
- Marc Overmars, Dutch footballer
- Marc Panther, French- Japanese singer and member of the Japanese rock band Globe
- Marc Ravalomanana, president of Madagascar
- Marc Rich, Swiss-based Spanish billionaire who fled the United States in 1983 to live in Switzerland in order to avoid prosecution
- Marc Singer, Canadian actor, best known for his role in the film The Beastmaster and its sequels
- Marc Summers, American TV host
- Marc Waldie, American volleyball player
- Marc Woodard, NFL player
Usage examples of "marc".
Nolan, an Afterword by Allan Sohl, plus appreciations by Richard Matheson, George Clayton Johnson, Marc Scott Zicree and Jennifer Sohl.
Jonas resumed his reading aloud, Marc perched on a replacement stool and climbed down from time to time to add charcoal to the fire or make minute adjustments to the alembic, the contents of which seemed to change not at all.
Toen ze de laatste bocht in de rivier door waren en hij afmeerde bij de kade van Kashan, waren Marc Robichaux, George Edwards en Jimmy Quinn zich erop aan het voorbereiden te worden opgewacht door rouwende mensen.
The Duke de Matalona procured me the acquaintance of the two princes, Don Marc Antoine and Don Jean Baptiste Borghese, from Rome, who were enjoying themselves in Paris, yet living without display.
During the two hours that we spent together, the pacha enquired after several of his friends in Venice, and particularly after Marc Antonio Dieto.
Into this atmosphere of general mistrust and apprehension came the most ridiculous Deus ex machina that ever was in the person of the very young and very rash Marc Antoine Jullien.
Marc zag de volgende dag dat de gerechten waar niemand iets van had genomen uit het assortiment waren verdwenen en die waarvan ze het meest hadden genoten opnieuw werden aangeboden, samen met andere etenswaren die ze nog niet eerder hadden gezien.
Marc Moise turned slowly in his seat to better visualize the man in the console chair.
Marc Moise sat down in the chair before the main viewer, trying to reconcile the crusty voice that had spoken to him with the childhood memory of Uncle Sam Beasley.
Sam Beasley wore a white uniform with gold trim and shaking gold-braid epaulets that made Marc Moise think of an Italian admiral of the fleet.
Edward Avery, Toyo Biddle, Loren Bussert, Yee Chang, Eric Crystal, Paul DeLay, Timothy Dunnigan, Francesca Farr, Tim Gordon, Glenn Hendricks, Marc Kaufman, Sue Levy, Blia Yao Moua, Dang Moua, Ron Munger, George Schreider, Peter Vang, Jonas Vangay, Doug Vincent, John Xiong, and May Ying Xiong provided helpful background information.
Robichaux houdt van de natuur met een hoofdletter en vrouwen zijn voor onze ouwe Marc de natuur op haar best!
De provinciale overste moest die goeie ouwe Marc op een jongensschool laten werken om te voorkomen dat hij in de problemen kwam.
Marc Lichter, Leah Rozen, and Keith Johnson - for being there and for listening.
Marc Vilo, and behind them stood a pair of soapies in their sky blue jumpsuits and their silver-masked helmets.