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Macrophage receptor MARCO also known as macrophage receptor with collagenous structure (MARCO) is a protein that in humans is encoded by the MARCO gene.

Marco (comics)

Marco is a fictional character in the DC Comics universe. He is a martial artist created by writer Dennis O'Neil and artist Denys Cowan as a supporting character to The Question, and he first appeared in The Question Quarterly #2 (1991). Marco's name is a pun, a reference to the question mark.

Marco (given name)

Marco is an Italian masculine given name of Latin origin, derived from Marcus. The name is common in Italy, Austria, Portugal, the Netherlands and Switzerland. It derives from the ancient Latin god Mars.

Marco (actor)

Marco (; born July 12, 1977) is a South Korean model and actor, born and raised in Argentina.

Marco (album)

Marco is the second studio album released by Marco Antonio Solís on September 30, 1997. It was nominated for a Lo Nuestro Award for Pop Album of the Year.

Marco (Marco Borsato album)

Marco is the fourth studio album by Dutch artist Marco Borsato. It was released on 17 September 1994 through Polydor Records.

Marco (Better Call Saul)

"Marco" is the tenth and final episode of the first season of the AMC television series Better Call Saul, the spinoff series of Breaking Bad. The episode aired on April 6, 2015.

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What bothered her the most was that Marco had asked a question that burned through to her very core, Exactly what was being done to the babies that led to such low Apgar scores?

Venetian traveller, visited far Cathay, following somewhat the itinerary of his predecessor, reaching however nearer to Australia than Marco Polo ever did, for, whereas the latter described the Australasian regions only from hearsay, the Franciscan Monk Odoric actually visited Java and some of the islands of the eastern Archipelago.

In the midst of this Bacchanalian orgy the beautiful Marco remained mute, drinking nothing and leaning quietly on her bare arm.

Marco Antonio Casanova, secretary to Cardinal Pompeo Colonna, who died of the plague in Rome, in the year 1528, under the pontificate of Clement VII.

There were mild chuckles at that, and no one looked at them twice as Marco half-carried, half-manhandled Aldanto towards the door.

Marco stroked him under his non-existent chin, murmuring consolingly to him.

Marco had gone back several centuries, between removing the new paint and the grime that had so discolored the original canvas.

The only casualties had been, unfortunately, Marco Galliani and his bronze dragon, Duluth, who had collided with a sled.

It cost sixty euros, and Marco reluctantly placed them on the counter.

Aldanto got halfway through his finocchio soup before he noticed Marco standing there, twisting his cap nervously in his hands.

Like your Jesus, I warn you not to flirt with Hell, Marco Folo, and not to pursue any temptations that might put you there.

Ramos o Malaita, Galera, Florida, San Dimas, San German, Guadalupe, Arrecifes, San Marcos, Treguada, Tres Marias, Santiago, San Urban, San Christobal o Pauro, Santa Catalina o Aguari y Santa Ana o Itapa.

He stood, peering out into the gray gloom and listening to the lessening plash of the oar, until the gondola of the gastaldo was already far on the way to San Marco, where sat the Ten.

Marcos, born in the East and educated among the sun-baked plains and fierce heats of Aragon, remained to a large extent impervious to the rising temperature.

HH60 Jayhawk helicopter carrying a search-and-rescue crew lifted off and headed south along the coast, passing directly over Naples, Marco Island and then Cape Romano Shoals.