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Marco Mendoza Marco Mendoza started in the John Sykes' band Blue Murder, from 1991 until 1993. He is the current bassist for the reformed version of Thin Lizzy, which also features John Sykes (both as lead vocalist and guitarist).
Marco Motta Marco Motta (born 14 May, 1986 in Merate, Italy) is an Italian football defender, who currently plays for Udinese of Serie A. Marco began his career with Atalanta BC but due to their relegation, he moved to Udinese Calcio in co-wonership deal (i.
Marco Ngai Marco Ngai Chun Kit (Traditional Chinese: éŹé§żĺ‚‘) is a successful actor in Hong Kong and has been in many TV series such as Flying Fox of Snowy Mountain 1993 (he plays chan ga lok and fok hung on(twins)), To Catch the Uncatchable (2004) (he plays Romeo lo mak au) and one of the favourites, Armed Reaction 1,2,3,4 (he plays chun sam yuen's husband).
Marco Pallis Marco Pallis (1895-1990) was a British-born mystic and author with close affiliations to the Traditionalist School. Born in Liverpool of Greek ancestry, he served for the British in the First World War, after which he studied music under the tutorship of Arnold Dolmetsch.
Marco Pantani Marco Pantani (January 13, 1970 â€“ February 14, 2004) was an Italian cyclist widely regarded as being one of the best climbers of all times in professional road bicycle racing. The high point of his career was to win the Tour de France and the Giro d'Italia in 1998.
Marco Pastors Marco Pastors (Beneden-Leeuwen, 10 September 1965) is a Dutch politician. He is currently political leader of the local party Leefbaar Rotterdam, a member of the city council for Rotterdam and the political leader of Een NL, a Dutch political party at the national level.
Marco PeĂ±a Marco PeĂ±a was the guitarist for the American rock band The Ataris from 1999 to 2001. He is credited as having played on their album End Is Forever although it is thought that Kris Roe played all the guitar parts on this record.
Marco Pierre White Marco Pierre White (born 11 December, 1961) is a leading British chef and restaurateur, he is regarded as one of the most creative and talented chefs of his generation, known as much for his quick temper as for his exceptional skill as a chef.
Marco Polo (crater) Marco Polo is a lunar crater that is located in the rugged foothills to the south of the Montes Apenninus mountain range. It lies just 20 kilometers to the west of the Mare Vaporum, but is otherwise located in an undistinguished region of terrain with no notable craters nearby.
Marco Polo (Doctor Who) Marco Polo is a serial in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was first broadcast in 7 weekly parts from February 22 to April 4, 1964. Although audio tracks and still photographs of the story exist, none of the footage of this serial has survived.
Marco Polo (game) The children's game of Marco Polo is a form of tag played in a swimming pool. The game is popular in the United States, Australia, Argentina, Canada, Paraguay and Brazil, and possibly in other parts of the world.
Marco Polo Bridge Incident The Marco Polo Bridge Incident ([also known as ä¸ä¸äş‹č®Š, ä¸ä¸ç›§ćşťć©‹äş‹č®Š or the Luokuochiao Incident) was a battle] between the [[Empire of Japan's Imperial Japanese Army and the Republic of China's National Revolutionary Army, marking the beginning of the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945). The marble bridge itself, Lugouqiao, is an architectural work of eleven arches, restored by the Kangxi Emperor (1662-1722).
Marco Polo Expedition (1960) The Marco Polo Expedition was a motorcycle journey undertaken in 1960 by Tim Severin, Stanley Johnson and Michael de Larrabeiti. Severin and Johnson were, at the time, undergraduates at Oxford University; de Larrabeiti was working in the film business and was recruited through a newspaper advertisement.
Marco Polo Park Marco Polo Park was a theme park located just off Interstate 95 between Jacksonville and Daytona Beach near Bunnell in Flagler County, Florida. The park's theme was based on Marco Polo's legendary travels through Europe and the Far East with amusements and rides located in the different sections or "lands" of Venice, Turkey, China, India and Japan.
Marco Ponti Marco Ponti (born 25 July 1967 in Avigliana, Val di Susa, Italy) is one of the biggest Italian film directors of recent years. In a period when Italian movie production is in crisis, he is trying to give something new to Italian cinematography with his mixture of strange characters which move in a world that is more like a comic book than a movie screen, where they talk of something that belongs only to their private world.
Marco Rizzo Marco Rizzo (born on 12 October 1959 in Turin) is an Italian politician and Member of the European Parliament for the North-West with the Party of Italian Communists, Member of the Bureau of the European United Left - Nordic Green Left and is vice-chair of the European Parliament's Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection.
Marco Rossi (porn star) Marco Rossi was an Italian-American pornographic actor who appeared in gay pornographic movies and magazines in the 1990s. He also toured the US widely as a stripper in gay night clubs, and appeared as a model in bodybuilding and fitness magazines.
Marco Ruas Marco Ruas is a former professional martial arts fighter and instructor. He is famous for being the founder of Ruas Vale Tudo, a hybrid of Brazilian submission fighting and kickboxing; he has instructed fighters such as Pedro Rizzo and Renato Sobral.
Marco Rubio Marco Rubio (born May 28, 1971, Miami, FL) is the Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives for the 2007 and 2008 Legislative sessions. He was first elected to the Florida House as a Republican on January 25, 2000, from the 111th district.
Marco Saligari Marco Saligari is a directeur sportif and former Italian road bicycle racer who raced during the 1990s. Since 2002, Saligari has served as manager of the Landbouwkrediet (formerly Colnago-Landbouwkrediet) squad.
Marco Scutaro Marco Scutaro (pronounced ; born October 30, 1975 in Yaracuy State, Venezuela) to an Italian father and a Spanish mother, is a Major League Baseball second baseman who plays for the Oakland Athletics (2004-present). Previously, Scutaro played with the New York Mets (2002-03).
Marco Simone Marco Simone (born January 7, 1969 in Castellanza) is an Italian former professional football (soccer) player in the striker or winger position. He most prominently played for AC Milan, with whom he won four Italian Serie A championships, as well as French clubs Paris Saint-Germain and AS Monaco.
Marco Solfrini Marco Solfrini (born January 30, 1958) is a former basketball player from Italy, who won the silver medal with his national team at the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow. He ended his career in 1994 at a club in Siena.
Marco Torlonia, 6th Prince of Civitella-Cesi Don Marco Torlonia, 6th Prince of Civitella-Cesi (born 1937) is the current Prince of Civitella-Cesi. He is the son of Alessandro Torlonia, 5th Prince di Civitella-Cesi and his wife, Infanta Beatriz of Spain, daughter of King Alfonso XIII of Spain.
Marco Tutino Marco Tutino (born 1954) is a contemporary Italian composer. Turinoâ€™s works are meant to be politically and socially relevant, as shown by the titles of such works as his Requiem Mass for Victims of the Mafia, Song of Peace, and Life, a work dealing with the topic of disease and illness.
Marco Williams Marco Williams is a documentary filmmaker and professor of film production at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. His films have received several awards, including the Gotham Documentary Achievment Award for Two Towns of Jasper and he has been nominated three times for the Sundance Film Festival grand jury prize (2007)
Marcolino Moco Marcolino Moco (born 1953) was the prime minister of Angola from December 2 1992 until June 3 1996. He was a member of the Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola, the party of President JosĂ© Eduardo dos Santos, which had been the ruling party until 1991, shortly before Moco became prime minister.
Marcomannic Wars The Marcomannic Wars were a series of wars lasting over thirty years during the reign of Marcus Aurelius from about AD 166 until 180, which pitted the Roman Empire against the Marcomanni, Quadi and other Germanic peoples along the Danube. The war began in 166, when Marcus Aurelius' co-emperor returned from Rome's eastern territories after the defeat of the Parthians, bringing back loot and plague.
Marconi Electronic Systems Marconi Electronic Systems (MES), or GEC-Marconi as it was until 1998, was the defence arm of The General Electric Company (GEC). It was demerged from GEC and acquired by British Aerospace (BAe) on November 30 1999 to form BAE Systems.
Marconi Foundation Guglielmo Marconi International Fellowship Foundation, shortly called Marconi Foundation, and currently known as the Marconi Society, was established by Gioia Marconi Braga in 1974. The Foundation was created by Braga to commemorate the centennial of his fatherâ€™s (namely, Guglielmo Marconi) birth, who was born on 24th April, 1874.
Marconi Prize The Marconi Prize is an annual award recognizing advancements in communications awarded by the Marconi Foundation. The Prize includes a $100,000 [and a work of sculpture, and honorees are called Marconi Fellows.
Marconi Research Centre Marconi Research Centre is the former name of the current BAE Systems Advanced Technology Centre facility at Great Baddow in Essex. Under its earlier name, research at this site spanned military and civilian technology covering the full range of products offered by GEC-Marconi, including radio, radar, telecommunications, mechatronics and microelectronics.
Marconi scandal The Marconi scandal was a British political scandal that broke in the summer of 1912, and ran on for about a year. It centred on allegations that highly-placed members of the Liberal government of the time, under H.
Marconi Stallions The Marconi Stallions are an Australian football (soccer) club from Sydney, Australia. The club was playing in the National Soccer League when it ended in 2004 and now play in the New South Wales Premier League.
Marconia Marconia is a small community in the region of Basilicata, Italy with about 8,000 inhabitants. It is located in the Province of Matera and is considered a "frazione," or administrative district, of the nearby city of Pisticci.
Marcopolo Marcopolo 1 and 2 were two satellites designed, launched and tested by Hughes Space and Communications (now part of Boeing Satellite Systems) for British Satellite Broadcasting, and were used for Britain's Direct Broadcast Service. Marcopolo 1 launched on August 27 1989, and Marcopolo 2 on August 17 1990.
Marcos Ayerza Marcos Ayerza is an Argentine rugby union footballer who plays loose-head prop for an English club, the Leicester Tigers. Marcos has been capped for Argentina in Rugby World Cup qualifying matches as well as against premier opposition such as Wales and the All Blacks.
Marcos Camozzato Marcos Camozzato or simply, Camozatto , (born June 17 1983 in Porto Alegre, Brazil), is a Brazilian footballer who plays as a right-wingback. He currently plays for Standard on loan from Internacional from January 2, 2006 until June 30, 2006.
Marcos Costa Marcos AndrĂ© Rocha Costa (born April 6, 1979 in Salvador, Bahia) is a boxer from Brazil, who won the bronze medal in the light welterweight division (â€“ 64 kg) at the 2003 Pan American Games in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
Marcos de Torres y Rueda Marcos de Torres y Rueda (April 25, 1591, AlmazĂˇn, Spainâ€”April 22, 1649, Mexico City) was bishop of Yucatan (1646-1649), viceroy of New Spain, and president of the Audiencia of New Spain. His term as viceroy ran from May 13, 1648 to April 22, 1649.
Marcos JimĂ©nez de la Espada Marcos JimĂ©nez de la Espada (1831 - 1898) was a Spanish zoologist, explorer and writer, born in Cartagena, Spain, although he spent most of his life in Madrid, where he died. He is known for participating in the Pacific Scientific Commission, with whom he traveled America from 1862 to 1865.
Marcos Moshinsky Marcos Moshinsky (born April 20, 1921) is a Mexican physicist of Ukrainian origin whose work in the field of elementary particles won him the Prince of Asturias Prize for Scientific and Technical Investigation in 1988.
Marcos Ondruska Marcos Ondruska (born December 18, 1972 in Bloemfontein) is a former tennis player from South Africa, who turned professional in 1989. He represented his native country at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia, where he defeated Goran IvaniĹˇeviÄ‡ in the first round before falling to Norway's Christian Ruud.
Marcos PaquetĂˇ Marcos CĂ©sar Dias Castro, better known as Marcos PaquetĂˇ, born 27 August 1958 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is the current coach of the Saudi Arabia national football team. He is nicknamed Marcos PaquetĂˇ because he was born in PaquetĂˇ Island.
Marcos Pontes Marcos CĂ©sar Pontes (born March 11, 1963) became the first Brazilian and the first Lusophone to go into space when he launched towards the International Space Station aboard Soyuz TMA-8 on March 30, 2006. He is the first and only Brazilian to join the NASA astronaut training program, although he began training in Russia after NASA's Space Shuttle program encountered problems.
Marcos Prado Troyjo Marcos Prado Troyjo is a Brazilian businessman, writer and diplomat. He is currently the International President of Gazeta Mercantil, Brazil's leading economic newspaper, as well as of the Jornal do Brasil, one of the country's most influential general interest dailies.
Marcos Riccardi Marcos Alejandro Riccardi (born March 2, 1982) is a field hockey midfielder from Argentina. He was a member of the national squad at the 2006 Men's Hockey World Cup in MĂ¶nchengladbach where they finished 10th place overall.
Marcos ValĂ©rio Marcos ValĂ©rio Fernandes de Souza (born January 29, 1961) is a Brazilian businessman in the field of public relations and a key figure in the mensalĂŁo scandal. He is the owner of two communications firms, DNA and SMP&B.
Marcos Valle Marcos Valle (born September 14 1943 in Rio de Janeiro) is a Brazilian singer, songwriter and record producer. His work has found success across many musical styles both within Brazil and in the rest of the world, including bossa nova, samba, incidental music for drama, and fusions of American/European rock and dance music with Brazilian styles.
Marcos VenĂ˘ncio de Albuquerque (CearĂˇ) Marcos VenĂ˘ncio de Albuquerque, best known by the nickname CearĂˇ (born June 16 1980 in Crato, CearĂˇ, Brazil), is a Brazilian footballer who plays as a wingback. He currently plays for Sport Club Internacional.
Marcos-Antonio Serrano Marcos Antonio Serrano RodrĂguez (born 8 September 1972) is a professional cyclist from Pontevedra, Spain. Turning professional in 1993, he joined the Kelme team and then in 1999 the lottery-sponsored OrganizaciĂłn Nacional de Ciegos EspaĂ±oles (ONCE).
Marcoule Marcoule is located in the Chusclan and Codolet French communes, near Bagnols-sur-CĂ¨ze in the Gard department, which is in the touristic, wine and agricultural CĂ´tes-du-RhĂ´ne region. Since 1956, Marcoule is a gigantic site exploited by the atomic energy organization Commissariat Ă l'Ă‰nergie Atomique (CEA) and Areva NC.
Marcovaldo Marcovaldo is a collection of twenty short stories written by Italo Calvino It was initially published as Marcovaldo ovvero Le stagione in cittĂ (Marcovaldo, or The Seasons in the City). It was published in 1963 but the first stories were written in the early 1950s.
Marcus and Gaius Geminus Marcus and Gaius Flavius Geminus are fictional characters in Caroline Lawrence's 'The Roman Mysteries' series.They are identical twin brothers,Marcus is the widowed father of Flavia Gemina,the series protagonist,and Gaius is her uncle.
Marcus Aemilius Lepidus (120-77 BC) Marcus Aemilius Lepidus (120-77 BC), was a Roman statesman. He was originally politically allied with Lucius Cornelius Sulla, Roman Dictator from 82-79 BC, but after Sulla's death sought to undermine the Sullan constitution.
Marcus Aemilius Lepidus (triumvir) Marcus Aemilius Lepidus (Latin: MÂ·AEMILIVSÂ·MÂ·FÂ·QÂ·NÂ·LEPIDVS),"Marcus Aemilius Lepidus, son of Marcus, grandson of Quintus" d.13 BC, was a patrician Roman politician of the 1st century BC who rose to become a member of the Second Triumvirate and Pontifex Maximus.
Marcus Agius Marcus Ambrose Paul Agius (born 22 July 1946) is a British financier and businessman, currently chairman of the London branch of investment bank Lazard and non-executive chairman of BAA plc. He is Chairman-designate of Barclays.
Marcus Allen (publisher) Marcus Allen is the British distributer and publisher of Nexus magazine, and a well known proponent of, as he puts it, "news and information that is overlooked, unreported or ignored by the mainstream media". He worked as a photographer in the 1960s, and is a proponent of the idea that NASA faked the Apollo Moon landings.
Marcus Amphitheater The Marcus Amphitheater is an amphitheater on the south end of the Henry Maier Festival Park (also known locally as the Summerfest grounds) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The amphitheater plays host to a variety of concerts and events during the spring, summer and fall.
Marcus Annaeus Lucanus Marcus Annaeus Lucanus (November 3, 39 AD â€“ April 30, 65 AD), better known in English as Lucan, was a Roman poet, born in Corduba (modern-day CĂłrdoba), in the Hispania Baetica. Despite his short life, he is regarded one of the outstanding figures of the Silver Latin period.
Marcus Antonius Antyllus Marcus Antonius Antyllus Creticus (47 BC - 1 August 30 BC) or Marcus Antonius Minor (Minor, Latin for the younger) also known as Antonius or Antyllus (a nickname, given to him by his father). Antyllus was the eldest son and child of Roman Triumvir Mark Antony from his third wife Fulvia.
Marcus Antonius Coccius Sabellicus Marcus Antonius Coccius Sabellicus (1436-1506) was a scholar and historian from Venice who authored a history of the world in 1504 entitled Enneades sive Rhapsodia historiarum. He was a pupil of Pomponius Laetus, was professor of eloquence at Udino and Venice.
Marcus Antonius Creticus Marcus Antonius Creticus (lived 1st century BC) was a Roman politician, member of the Antonius family. Creticus was son of Marcus Antonius Orator and by his marriage to Julia Antonia (cousin of Julius Caesar) he had three sons, Gaius, Lucius and his namesake Mark Antony.
Marcus Antonius Orator Marcus Antonius Orator (died 87 BC) was a Roman politician of the Antonius family and one of the most distinguished Roman orators of his time. He started his cursus honorum as quaestor in 113 BC, and in 102 BC he was elected praetor with proconsular powers for the province of Cilicia.
Marcus Atkinson Marcus Wajda (Warsaw, 1978 â€“ present), born Marcus Wajda, achieved status on the European stages primarily for dance and then in America for theater and musical theater performances. Taking his early training from Stevan Grebel (famous from Pushkin ballet), Marcus proteged under the master and performed in many of his original productions and standard classics.
Marcus Aurelius Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus (April 26, 121Augustan History, "Marcus Aurelius" â€“ March 17, 180) was Roman Emperor from 161 to his death. He was the last of the "Five Good Emperors" who governed the Roman Empire from 96 to 180, and is also considered one of the most important stoic philosophers.
Marcus Benjamin Marcus Benjamin (1857â€“1932) was an American editor, born at San Francisco, California, and educated at the Columbia University School of Mines. After following his profession of chemist for several years, he turned to editorial work.
Marcus Bent Marcus Nathan Bent (born 19 May 1978 in Hammersmith, London) is an English footballer, who in a short career has managed to play for several different professional sides. He currently plays for Charlton Athletic.
Marcus Bignot Marcus Bignot (born 22 August, 1974) is an English professional footballer who plays for QPR, where he plays as a right-back. Bignot is currently in his second spell at the club, having rejoined the club from Rushden in 2004.
Marcus Brinkmann Marcus Brinkmann (*25 August 1975 in Dortmund, Germany) is one of the lead developers of the microkernel Hurd/L4 which is supposed to supersede the GNU Mach microkernel in the GNU Hurd operation system. He also initiated Debian GNU/Hurd to push forward the development of GNU Hurd.
Marcus Buckingham Marcus Buckingham holds a masterâ€™s degree in social and political science from Cambridge University and is a member of the Secretary of State's Advisory Committee on Leadership and Management. He lives with his wife and two children in Los Angeles.
Marcus Buckland Marcus Buckland is a presenter on Sky Sports, mainly focusing on Prem Plus Matches and occasionally UEFA Champions League matches. He also does international cricket matches involving neutral teams, such as the Indians' tour of the West Indies, 2006.
Marcus Center The Marcus Center for the Performing Arts is a performing arts center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It serves as the home of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Florentine Opera, Milwaukee Ballet, First Stage Children's Theater and other local arts organizations.
Marcus Claudius Marcellus (Julio-Claudian dynasty) Marcus Claudius Marcellus (42-23 BC) was the eldest son of Octavia Minor, sister of Augustus, and Gaius Claudius Marcellus Minor, a former consul. He was descended through his father from Marcus Claudius Marcellus, a famous general in the Second Punic War.
Marcus Corvinus Marcus Valerius Mesalla Corvinus, the main protagonist in David Wishart's series of detective novels set in Imperial Rome, is thinly based on a real historical character, but as the author admits, considerable liberties have been taken. Of senatorial rank (i.
Marcus di Rollo Marcus Di Rollo was not favoured by the former Scotland national rugby union coach Matt Williams despite the support of respected Scottish rugby commentators such as Allan Massie. But under Frank Hadden, Di Rollo is becoming a regular fixture in the national team.
Marcus Davis Marcus Davis (August 24, 1973), nicknamed "the Irish Hand Grenade", is an American mixed martial arts fighter. He currently fights as a welterweight in the UFC and in independent MMA promotions in the USA.
Marcus Didius Falco Marcus Didius Falco is the endearing central character and narrator in a series of novels by Lindsey Davis. Using the conceits of modern detective stories (with Falco as the private investigator, roughly translated into the classical world as a 'private informer'), Ms.
Marcus Einfeld Marcus Richard Einfeld AO QC is an Australian lawyer, judge and social activist who served as Justice of the Federal Court of Australia and the Supreme Courts of New South Wales, Western Australia and the Australian Capital Territory as well as the President of the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission between 1986 and 1990.
Marcus Fabius Buteo Marcus Fabius Buteo was a Roman politician during the 3rd century BC. He served as consul and as censor, and in 216 BC, being the oldest living ex-censor, he was appointed dictator, legendo senatui, for the purpose of filling vacancies in the senate after the Battle of Cannae.
Marcus Fenix Marcus Fenix is a fictional soldier and principal character in the Xbox 360 game, Gears of War. In the storyline created by Epic Games, Fenix leads a squad of human inhabitants of the planet Sera, fighting a subterranean enemy known as the Locust Horde.
Marcus Fleming Marcus Fleming (who died in 1976) was Deputy Director of the research department of the International Monetary Fund for many years; he was already a member of this department during the period of Mundell's affiliation. At approximately the same time as Mundell, Fleming presented similar research on stabilization policy in open economies.
Marcus Foster Marcus A. Foster (1923â€“1973) was a charismatic and highly esteemed African-American educator who gained a national reputation for educational excellence while serving as principal of Gratz High School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as Associate Superintendent of Schools in Philadelphia, and as the first black Superintendent of the Oakland Unified School District in Oakland, California.
Marcus Fulvius Flaccus (consul 125 BC) Marcus Fulvius Flaccus was a Roman senator and an ally of the Gracchi. He became an administrator of the agrarian reform in 130 BC, and as a solution to the problem of land division among the allied cities, proposed Roman citizenship for the allies' citizens, thus introducing a question that vexed Roman politics for many years.
Marcus Furius Camillus Marcus Furius Camillus (circa 446- 365 BC) was a Roman soldier and statesman of patrician descent. He was censor in 403 BC, triumphed four times, was five times dictator, and was honoured with the title of Second Founder of Rome.
Marcus Garvey Marcus Mosiah Garvey National Hero of Jamaica (August 17, 1887â€“ June 10, 1940) was a publisher, journalist, entrepreneur, Black nationalist, and founder of the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League (UNIA-ACL).
Marcus Gavius Apicius Marcus Gavius Apicius was a notorious Roman gourmet and lover of luxury who lived in the 1st century AD. He is sometimes mistakenly said to be the author of the Roman cookbook Apicius, which was actually compiled about 300 years later; there is in fact no early evidence that Apicius was an author.
Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger Marcus Gheeraerts was born in Bruges in 1561 or 1562, and was brought to England in 1568 by his father, a painter of whose work hardly anything is known. Trained by his father and perhaps also a pupil of Lucas de Heere, Marcus produced his first surviving inscribed portrait in 1593; by this date, however, he was already under the powerful patronage of the royal pageant master, Sir Henry Lee.
Marcus Gilbert Marcus Gilbert is an actor, best known for his roles in Jilly Cooper's Riders and Evil Dead 3 - Army of Darkness. Since 1984 he has appeared in films, some of which are, A Hazard of Hearts (1987), A Ghost in Monte Carlo (1990), Biggles (1986), Rambo III (1988) and Legacy (1990), and on television and in commercials.
Marcus Giles Marcus William Giles (born May 18, 1978 in San Diego, California) is a San Diego Padres Major League Baseball player who most recently played for the Atlanta Braves. He is a second baseman and bats right-handed.
Marcus Gunn jaw winking syndrome The Marcus Gunn jaw-winking syndrome is a unilateral congenital ptosis with aberrant/synkinetic innervation of the levator palpebrae superioris and ipsilateral pterygoid muscles.Ophthalmology Secrets 2nd Edition.
Marcus Gunn pupil Marcus Gunn pupil (also known as a relative afferent pupillary defect) describes the finding during the swinging-flashlight test whereupon the patient's pupil dilates instead of constricting when the light swings from the unaffected "good" eye to the affected "bad" eye.
Marcus Haber Marcus Haber (Born January 11, 1989 in Vancouver, British Columbia) is a young Canadian soccer player and one the country's top prospects. Marcus is the oldest child of David and Carla Haber and grew up in the Dunbar neighbourhood of Vancouver where he became proficient at soccer as well as baseball.
Marcus Haislip Marcus Deshon Haislip (born December 22 1980 in Lewisburg, Tennessee) is an American professional basketball player. He rose to prominence while playing college basketball at the University of Tennessee from 1999 to 2002.
Marcus Hamilton Marcus Hamilton is a recurring character on the final season of the TV series Angel. He is played by actor Adam Baldwin, who also worked with Angel creator Joss Whedon in the series Firefly, playing mercenary Jayne Cobb.
Marcus Harris Marcus Jermaine Harris (born March 14, 1975) is an author and entrepreneur. Songs In Search Of A Voice, his bestselling debut collection of poetry, sold over 6000 copies in less than six months after its official release in March 2006, an exceptional accomplishment for a work of poetry from a small publishing house.
Marcus Hurley Marcus Latimer Hurley (December 22, 1883 - March 28, 1941) was an American cyclist who competed in the early twentieth century. He specialized in sprint cycling and won 4 gold medals in Cycling at the 1904 Summer Olympics and a bronze medal in the 2 mile race.
Marcus Hutter Marcus Hutter (born 1967) was born and educated in Munich, where he studied physics and computer science. In 2000 he joined JĂĽrgen Schmidhuber's group at the Swiss AI lab IDSIA, where he developed the first mathematical theory of optimal Universal Artificial Intelligence, based on Kolmogorov complexity and Ray Solomonoff's theory of universal inductive inference.
Marcus Choleva Marcus Choleva (April 12, 1933) is a Danish billionaire and CEO of a quite successful Danish concern called KFI (KĂ¸bmĂ¦ndenes Finansieringsinstitut) which is translated to "The Merchants' financing-institute".