March.

March.

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Marchioness
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On the evening of the last day's march an order had been received that the commander in chief would inspect the regiment on the march.
Much mirth and festivity passed among the soldiers during their march.
According to the Police sources, a man was killed on 1st March, five on 2nd March, five on 3rd March, four on 4th of March, ten on 5th March, five on 6th March, six on 7th March, five on 8th March, four on 9th March, four on 10th March, eight on 11th March, fourteen on 12th March, ten on 13th March, seven on 14th March, eight on 15th March, nine on 16th March, eleven on 17th March, five on 18th March, twelve on 19th March, fifteen on 20th March, seven on 21st March and three killed on 22nd March.
PISCES February 20-March 20 The "prisoner of love" act ends after you take a stand during the last week of March.
About 20 deputies from the Los Angeles County sheriff's Temple Station where March worked wore their A-class uniforms - long-sleeved khaki shirts and black ties - in honor of March.
The parking lot was empty, people apparently preferring Thanksgiving dinner to praying for the success of a feminist march.
When I was at General Motors, my handicap was about plus three; now it's more like plus five or plus seven," says March.
2 percent because production of energy materials, which had declined during the relatively mild winter, rebounded in March.
Those that did stay felt that the parade march, which followed a route through a deserted downtown, stood in stark contrast to the high visibility of the Root Cause march.
4 -- ran in Valley edition only) Mourners, many of them law enforcement officers, grieve during Saturday's funeral services for David March.
Marches have also served an important economic role in developing groups, emphasizes Dianne Hardy-Garcia, executive director of this year's march.