Marquise (disambiguation)


Marquise (disambiguation)

Marquise may refer to:

  • Marquise, a French noblewoman, like Madame de Pompadour
  • Marquise, a Moroccan brand of cigarettes made by Imperial Tobacco
  • Marquise, Pas-de-Calais, a commune of the Pas-de-Calais département in northern France
  • Marquise, a diamond cut
  • Marquise, a variant of the Mitsubishi MU-2 aircraft
  • Marquise Gray, a Michigan State University basketball player
  • Marquise (film), a 1997 French film
  • Richard Marquise, FBI investigator into the Pan Am Flight 103 disaster at Lockerbie
  • Zechs Marquise (band), a band from El Paso, Texas
  • Chocolate Marquise - a rich chocolate dessert.
  • Marquise - a decorative glazed canopy fixed above an external door particularly in France and Latin countries, usually dating from 1880 - 1950.

See also

  • Marquee (disambiguation)

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