Marvin

[name] Marvin is a male given name, derived from the Welsh name Mervyn. It is also found as a surname. Marven is a variant form. ==People with the given name Marvin== Notable people with this name include: In music: In other fields: ===Fictional characters=== ==People with the surname Marvin== ==People with the name Marven== ...
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Marvin

[robot] Mobile Autonomous Robot Vehicle for Indoor Navigation (Marvin) is a mobile robot developed at Robotics Lab at University of Kaiserslautern, Germany. This platform consists of a differential drive, a bumper for basic operational safety, planar laser range scanners at the front and back side for obstacle detection, a belt of ultrasoni...
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Marvin

[horror host] Marvin was a television horror host, played by Terry Bennett, who originally appeared on Chicago`s WBKB from 1957 to 1959. It began with a dark night sky, broken by long fingers of lightning that ripped down from the sky. Deep-throated thunder followed, and another flash of lightning. That dark old house would then appear on t...
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Marvin

Marvin is a Celtic name for boys. The meaning is `friend of the sea` The name Marvin is most commonly given to Walloon boys. (2 times more often than to American boys.) Use for the other sex: Marva What do they use in other countries? Meryn The name sounds like: Murvyn, Merven, Morven, Morvyn, Morfin See also: Darvin, Marvell, Mervin, Merfyn, Merv
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Marvin

[comic strip] Marvin & Family is a daily newspaper comic strip created by cartoonist Tom Armstrong and distributed in the U.S. by Hearst`s King Features Syndicate. It debuted in 1982. It revolves around the life and times of a young baby boy named Marvin, his father and mother, Jeff and Jenny Miller, and their dog Bitsy. Other characters in...
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Marvin

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