marvy


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marv•y

(ˈmɑr vi)

adj. Slang.
marvelous.
[1965–70]
Translations

marvy

adj (+er) (US sl) → prima, klasse (inf)
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Smith Rebecca, David Bensman, and Paul Marvy (2012), "The Big Rig: Poverty, Pollution, and the Misclassification of Truck Drivers at American Ports," National Employment Law Project.
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245 (2006) (surveying state law); Paul Marvy, Advocacy for a Civil Right
For example, only spirits consumption was significantly related to changes in liver cirrhosis mortality in a beverage-specific times-series analysis of five English-speaking countries conducted by Kerr, Fillmore, and Marvy (2000) and to suicide and homicide mortality in similar studies of Russia by Razvodovsky (2009) and Stickley and Razvodovsky (2011), whereas both spirits and beer had significant effects on homicide and suicide in a study of Sweden and Norway carried out by Norstrom and Rossow (1999).
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1507 (2004); Paul Marvy & Debra Gardner, A Civil Right to Counsel for the Poor, HUM.