Martin

(1579-1639) Peruvian social reformer. He became a Dominican in 1603. His powers of healing, his saintly personal life, and his work among the poor and outcast established him as a pioneer social worker. He was...
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Martin

• (n.) One of several species of swallows, usually having the tail less deeply forked than the tail of the common swallows. • (n.) A perforated stone-faced runner for grinding.
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martin

<zoology> One of several species of swallows, usually having the tail less deeply forked than the tail of the common swallows. ... Alternative forms: marten. ... The American purple martin, or bee martin (Progne subis, or purpurea), and the European house, or window, martin (Hirundo, or Chelidon, urbica), are the best known species. Bank mart...
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Martin

noun United States actress (1913-1990)
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martin

noun any of various swallows with squarish or slightly forked tail and long pointed wings; migrate around Martinmas
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martin

(zoology) Any of several species of birds belonging to the swallow family. (Family Hirundinidae, order Passeriformes.)
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Martin

[1745 cricketer] Martin (first name and dates unknown) was an English cricketer who played in major matches during the 1740s. He is recorded playing for Richard Newland`s XI against Long Robin`s XI at the Artillery Ground on Wednesday, 26 June 1745. Long Robin`s XI won by `over 70 runs`. As Martin had established his reputation by 1745, he ...
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Martin

[Hampshire cricketer] Martin (full name and dates of birth and death unknown) was an amateur English cricketer. Martin represented pre-county club Hampshire in two first-class matches in 1816 against the Marylebone Cricket Club and The Bs. Martin scored 11 runs in his brief first-class career. ...
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Martin

[name] Martin may either be a surname or given name. Martin is a common given and family name in many languages. In some languages, and as a given name, it comes from the Latin name Martinus, which is a late derived form of the name of the Roman god Mars, the protective godhead of the Latins (and therefore the god of warring). The meaning i...
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Martin

[play] Martin is a play by Alasdair Gray, recorded on 6 January 1972 and broadcast as the last episode of the BBC TV series The Group. Gray later reworked this material for the chapter `The Proposal` in his novel Something Leather. ...
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Martin

[Sathankulam MLA] Martin was an Indian politician and former Member of the Legislative Assembly. He was elected to the Tamil Nadu legislative assembly as an Indian National Congress candidate from Sathankulam constituency in 1967 election. ...
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Martin

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Martin

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Martin

Mar'tin noun (Stone Working) [ Etymol. uncertain.] A perforated stone-faced runner for grinding.
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martin

any of several swallows belonging to the family Hirundinidae (order Passeriformes). In America the name refers to the purple martin (Progne subis) ... [1 related articles]
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Martin

HMS Martin was a British Lightning class destroyer of 1920 tons displacement built under the British War construction programme and launched in 1940 and sunk during the Second World War. She was armed with six 4.7-inch guns; several smaller guns and eight 21-inch torpedo tubes. She was powered by two Admiralty 3-drum type boilers providing a top sp...
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Martin

king of Aragon from 1395 and of Sicily (as Martin II from 1409). He was the son of Peter IV and brother of John I of Aragon.
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Martin

Martin is a French name for boys. The meaning is `from Mars, battle` The name Martin is most commonly given to Norwegian boys. Martin is at number 15 in the top 50 of Norwegian boys (average of 10 years data) Use for the other sex: Maartje What do they use in other countries? Marti (Catalan) Mart Martie Tijn (Dutch) The name sounds like: Marden, Ma...
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Martin

Martin, 1356–1410, king of Aragón and count of Barcelona (c.1395–1410) and, as Martin II, king of Sicily (1409–10). He succeeded his brother, John I, in Aragón and became king of Sicily on the death of his son, Martin I of Sicily, who had married Maria, last of the Sicili...
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Martin

Martin, Robert (World Traveler) Memoir of a trip from Tanzania to Iraq in 1965.
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martin

martin: see swallow.
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Martin

The later canonized Martin of Tours (316-397) is in many countries or wine regions as wine saint revered. He was born the son of a Roman tribune in Sabaria, today's Szombathely in Hungary and came as a soldier in the province of Gaul at the age of 15 years. At 18, he was baptized and resigned from the army. He spent more than 25 years as a hermit i...
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Martin

The martin (Chelidon) is a member of the swallow family, which always has the metatarsus and toes feathered, and bears white feathers over the rump; the tail is sometimes forked, and sometimes square. The best known form is the house-martin (Chelidon urbica) which builds a globular nest under the eaves of houses, or in the upper angles of windows. ...
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Martin

Type: Term Pronunciation: mar′tin Definitions: 1. August E., German gynecologist, 1847-1933. See: Martin tube, Martin-Gruber anastomosis
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