Marion

(from the article `Cyprus`) ...specifically of the Arcadian origin—of the immigrants. They founded new cities, which became the capitals of six ancient Greek kingdoms on Cyprus: ...
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Marion

[sternwheeler] Marion was a small sternwheel steamboat that operated in several waterways in inland British Columbia from 1888 to 1901. ==Design and Construction== Marion was built at Golden, BC in 1888 for Frank P. Armstrong by Alexander Watson, a shipbuilder from Victoria, BC. Klahowya`s engines were manufactured by Polson Iron Works. Mar...
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Marion

city, seat (1824) of Marion county, north central Ohio, U.S., approximately 45 miles (70 km) north of Columbus. Laid out about 1820, it was first ...
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Marion

city, seat (1831) of Grant county, north-central Indiana, U.S., on the Mississinewa River, 67 miles (108 km) northeast of Indianapolis. Settled in ...
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Marion

Marion is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Marion

Marion is a French name for boys and girls. The meaning is `star of the sea, beauty` The name Marion is most commonly given to Walloon girls. Marion is at number 29 in the top 50 of Walloon girls (average of 10 years data) In Italia, Scotland, Flanders, England and Wales, Norge, Wallonie, Belgi?nd France it is (almost) solely given to girls What do...
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Marion

Type: Term Pronunciation: mah-rē-awn′ Definitions: 1. Georges, French urologist, 1869-1932. See: Marion disease
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