Marrow

  • 1 Marrow — est une super vilaine mutante appartenant à l univers de Marvel Comics. Elle est apparue pour la première fois, enfant, dans Cable #15 en 1994 ; en tant qu adulte dans X Men Prime. Sommaire 1 Origines 1.1 Gene Nation 1.2 Chez …

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  • 2 Marrow — Mar row, n. [OE. marou, mary, maruh, AS. mearg, mearh; akin to OS. marg, D. merg, G. Mark, OHG. marg, marag, Icel. mergr, Sw. merg, Dan. marv, Skr. majjan; cf. Skr. majj to sink, L. mergere. [root]274 Cf. {Merge}.] [1913 Webster] 1. (Anat.) The… …

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  • 3 Marrow — may refer to: Bone marrow, the flexible tissue interior to bone Squash (plant) Marrow (comics), a character in the X Men comic series Marrow (novel), a science fiction novel by Robert Reed The Marrow Controversy, occasioned by the republication… …

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  • 4 marrow — (n.) late 14c., from O.E. mearg marrow, earlier mærh, from P.Gmc. *mazga (Cf. O.N. mergr, O.S. marg, O.Fris. merg, M.Du. march, Du. merg, O.H.G. marg, Ger. Mark marrow ), from PIE *mozgo marrow (Cf …

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  • 5 marrow — [mar′ō] n. [ME merow < OE mearg, akin to Ger mark, marrow < IE base * mozgho , marrow, brains > Sans majján , marrow] 1. the soft, vascular, fatty tissue that fills the cavities of most bones 2. the innermost, essential, or choicest… …

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  • 6 marrow — ► NOUN 1) Brit. a long gourd with a thin green skin and white flesh, eaten as a vegetable. 2) (also bone marrow) a soft fatty substance in the cavities of bones, in which blood cells are produced. ● to the marrow Cf. ↑to the marrow ORIGIN Old… …

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  • 7 Marrow — ist der Name folgender Personen: Lee Marrow (* 1957), italienischer Disco Musiker Queen Esther Marrow (* 1941), US amerikanische Gospel Sängerin und Lead Singer der Harlem Gospel Singers Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung …

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  • 8 Marrow — Mar row, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Marrowed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Marrowing}.] To fill with, or as with, marrow or fat; to glut. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 9 marrow — index consequence (significance), gist (substance), main point, substance (essential nature) Burton s Legal Thesaurus …

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  • 10 marrow — [n] heart, essence bottom, core, cream, essentiality, gist, kernel, meat, pith, quick, quintessence, quintessential, soul, spirit, stuff, substance, virtuality; concept 826 …

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  • 11 marrow — [[t]mæ̱roʊ[/t]] marrows 1) N VAR A marrow is a long, thick, green vegetable with soft white flesh that is eaten cooked. [BRIT] (in AM, use squash) 2) N UNCOUNT Marrow is the same as bone marrow. The marrow donor is her 14 month old sister. 3) N… …

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  • 12 marrow — I. noun Etymology: Middle English marowe, from Old English mearg; akin to Old High German marag marrow, Sanskrit majjan Date: before 12th century 1. a. bone marrow b. the substance of the spinal cord 2. a. the choicest of food b …

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  • 13 Marrow — The bone marrow. * * * 1. A highly cellular hematopoietic connective tissue filling the medullary cavities and spongy epiphyses of bones; it becomes predominantly fatty with age, particularly in the long bones of the limbs. 2. Any soft gelatinous …

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  • 14 marrow — n. 1) bone marrow 2) vegetable marrow (BE; AE has squash) * * * [ mærəʊ] bone marrow vegetable marrow (BE; AE has squash) …

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  • 15 marrow — noun 1 (U) the soft fatty substance in the hollow centre of bones; bone marrow: a bone marrow transplant 2 (C, U) a large long dark green vegetable that grows along the ground compare squash 2 (3) 3 chilled/frozen/shocked to the marrow very cold… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 16 marrow — marrow1 marrowish, adj. marrowless, adj. marrowy, adj. /mar oh/, n. 1. Anat. a soft, fatty, vascular tissue in the interior cavities of bones that is a major site of blood cell production. 2. the inmost or essential part: to pierce to the marrow… …

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  • 17 marrow — mar|row [ˈmærəu US rou] n [: Old English; Origin: mearg] 1.) [U] the soft fatty substance in the hollow centre of bones = ↑bone marrow ▪ a bone marrow transplant 2.) [U and C] BrE a large long dark green vegetable that grows on the ground 3.) …

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  • 18 marrow — mar|row [ merou ] noun uncount the soft substance inside bones, where blood cells develop: BONE MARROW to the marrow used for emphasizing how much something such as cold or fear affects you: frozen/chilled/scared to the marrow …

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  • 19 marrow — noun 1》 Brit. a long white fleshed gourd with thin green skin, eaten as a vegetable. 2》 the plant of the gourd family which produces this. [Cucurbita pepo.] 3》 (also bone marrow) a soft fatty substance in the cavities of bones, in which blood… …

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  • 20 marrow — UK [ˈmærəʊ] / US [ˈmeroʊ] noun Word forms marrow : singular marrow plural marrows 1) [countable/uncountable] British a large long vegetable that has a dark green skin and is white inside 2) [uncountable] medical the soft substance inside bones,… …

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