March.

March.

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Marchioness
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References in classic literature ?
"A scientific interest, I suppose?" observed March.
"Is Sir Howard Horne your cousin?" asked March. "I'm going to Torwood Park to see him myself; only about his public work, of course, and the wonderful stand he is making for his principles.
"I can't make head or tail of it," said March. "Was he blind?
"Torwood Park doesn't belong to your cousin?" inquired March.
"But wouldn't the shot be heard at the inn or somewhere?" asked March.
"But you said he would have to be a very good shot," protested March.
"Your excellency, you gave him leave yourself, on the march."
Much mirth and festivity passed among the soldiers during their march. In which the many occurrences that had passed at their last quarters were remembered, and every one, with great freedom, made what jokes he pleased on his officers, some of which were of the coarser kind, and very near bordering on scandal.
This will result is total of 30 matches being played during the league stage from 22nd February 16 March. The playoffs stage will be held from 18th March onwards.
The lowest temperature record was 16.6 C set on the 16th 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. Killing spree has not ended yet.
MARCH Lola sees lots of number-crunching in March. Don't worry--you'll shake the math-itis if you put in some extra effort.