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Definition of Marrot

Marrot
Marrot Mar"rot, n. (Zo["o]l.) (a) The razor-billed auk. See Auk. (b) The common guillemot. (c) The puffin. [Prov. Eng.] [Written also marrott, and morrot.]

Meaning of Marrot from wikipedia

- Paule Marrot (17 April 1902 – 22 December 1987) was a Parisian textile designer widely known for her textile prints with a flat, two-dimensional, upbeat...
- stronger opinions about a car's colors than about the car itself (See below, Marrot at Renault). Engineers spent the next five years developing the Dauphine...
- ISBN 978-1-78301-221-3. Göring, Hermann (1934). Germany Reborn. London: E. Mathews & Marrot. OCLC 570220. Archived from the original on 3 August 2004. Leffland, Ella...
- of the Prix Blumenthal, textile artist Paule Marrot received the stipend in 1928, which allowed Marrot to open her workshop in Batignolles on rue Truffaut...
- Vitti: Angela Ravelli Michel Bouquet: Francis Jobin François Périer: Prof. Marrot Jean-Claude Bouillon: Bernard Moulin Georges Chamarat: Gardener Jean Rougerie:...
- textile print by Marrot[permanent dead link] See: Clayton Marcus chair for Rowe Furniture using Marrot Print See: Nike shoe using Marrot Print "Florence...
- Going Further. London: E. Mathews & Marrot. Malins, Geoffrey (1931). Going Further. London: E. Mathews & Marrot. p. v. Malins, Geoffrey (1931). Going...
- and Marrot. It consists of two autobiographical pieces. "Sherwood Anderson (1876-1941). Alice and The Lost Novel. London: Elkin Mathews and Marrot, 1929"...
- (1930) [1929]. Verdun. Translated by MacVeagh, M. London: Elkin Mathews & Marrot. OCLC 1890922. Retrieved 31 May 2016. Philpott, W. (2009). Bloody Victory:...
- Paule Herreman (1919–1991), Belgian actress and television presenter Paule Marrot (1902–1987), French textile designer Paule Maurice (1910–1967), French composer...
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