[ US /ˈmɑɹʃ/ ]
  1. a region in central Italy
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  • I went on a lot of peace marches when I was a student.
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  • a demarche is the strongest sanction a country can exercise against another. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Soprano Rosalind Sutherland sings in the New Year with an excellent selection of arias, polkas, marches and waltzes from Strauss.
  • A group of promising young musicians, accompanied by Peter Duffy, played a selection of polkas, marches, and the lovely air ‘Inis Oirr’.
  • Wilson also dispensed with the ceremoniousness hamstringing Boston's other lyceums, such as their practice of staging elaborate quasi-military "Banner Marches," which they sometimes even performed before military veterans. Henry Louis Gates, Jr.: Harriet Wilson's Sunday School
  • And about 5 o'clock in the eavning we could see the Yankees a marchen up on the other side of the river by regiments and most all went back from on this Side of the river and General Earley thought that they was all a going back and taken all of his men but a Louisiana Bregaid and started to reinforce General Lea And about the time we had gone 6 miles they come The diary of Bartlett Yancey Malone,
  • Each group maintained a dignified silence as the marchers passed on their pilgrimage to uphold Republican martyrology.
  • A passive-aggressiveness marches through it: On one hand, Capitol doubts its salability and keeps it off the market; on the other, the label constantly attempts to justify its importance by hailing every burp and burble emanating from the recording booth. Pet Sounds : It's Not Rock 'n' Roll, But We Like It
  • Due to a combination of cowardice, claustrophobia and Crohn's disease, I do not react well to being kettled at marches.
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