Mari


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Mari

(ˈmɑːrɪ)
n, pl Mari or Maris
1. (Languages) another name for Cheremiss
2. (Peoples) another name for Cheremiss
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Noun1.Mari - a member of a rural Finnish people living in eastern Russia
Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic, Soviet Russia, Russia - formerly the largest Soviet Socialist Republic in the USSR occupying eastern Europe and northern Asia
Russian - a native or inhabitant of Russia
2.Mari - the Finnic language spoken by the Cheremis
Volgaic - a group of Finnic languages spoken around the Volga river
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"I doubt it," replied Sancho Panza, "because for my part I am persuaded that though God should shower down kingdoms upon earth, not one of them would fit the head of Mari Gutierrez.
Cicero, writing to Atticus of Pompey his preparation against Caesar, saith, Consilium Pompeii plane Themistocleum est; putat enim, qui mari potitur, eum rerum potiri.
"Monsieur sera-t-il aussi bon mari qu'il a ete bon maitre?"
"Mon mari se trompe," she added, speaking in French.
"Ne crois pas que le mari lui ressemble," apologized Margaret.
Maris then sprang on Antilochus in hand-to-hand fight to avenge his brother, and bestrode the body spear in hand; but valiant Thrasymedes was too quick for him, and in a moment had struck him in the shoulder ere he could deal his blow; his aim was true, and the spear severed all the muscles at the root of his arm, and tore them right down to the bone, so he fell heavily to the ground and his eyes were closed in darkness.
There is my pallet burning." And comparing himself to the pilot who suffers shipwreck by night, " Salve ," he added piously, " salve, maris stella !"
It is almost impossible to write about Enzo Mari the artist without writing about Enzo Mari the person--not just because of his eccentric character, but also because of his commitment to a methodology and because of the deeply political nature of his analytical, transformative, and redemptive work in art and design.
"Neither Mari nor I uploaded our first video." It was essentially because of those early videos that Keone and Mari finally met.
Today, it is only kept alive by a few folk associations - including a group in Chepstow that is proud of its annual Mari Lwyd.
As her condition worsened, Mari suffered everything from kidney failure to pneumonia and her weight dropped to seven–and–a–half stone.