Marlboro

Marlboro is the name of various geographical locations, frequently named after the town of Marlborough in Wiltshire, England: Marlboro also refers to: ...
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Marlboro

(from the article `smoking`) ...women, once associations of smoking with deviant sexuality began to fade in the 1920s. This development had less to do with the efforts of ... ...`40s, and `50s it expanded its interests in tobacco processing and marketing and became a principal maker of cigarettes. In the mid 1950s Philip ... [2 relat...
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Marlboro

[cigarette] Marlboro (oʊ, ə or ə) is the largest selling brand of cigarettes in the world. It is made by Philip Morris USA (a branch of Altria) within the US, and by Philip Morris International (now separate from Altria) outside the US. It is well known for its billboard advertisements, magazine ads of the Marlboro Man, and its long asso...
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Marlboro

county, northeastern South Carolina, U.S. It is located between the Great Pee Dee River to the west and North Carolina to the north and northeast. ...
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Marlboro

Marlboro or Marlborough (märl'burō) , city (1990 pop. 31,813), Middlesex co., E Mass.; settled on the site of a Native American village 1657, inc. as a city 1890. A shoe-manufacturing center for many years, Marlboro now produces plastic and paper products, sporting goods, computer equ...
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