Marcel [mahr-sel;; French mar-sel] /mɑrˈsɛl;; French marˈsɛl/ (Show IPA), 1909–1996, French film director.
Contemporary Examples

He demanded an answer by the time he carne back from Europe in the spring of 1983.
The Strange and Mysterious Death of Mrs. Jerry Lee Lewis Richard Ben Cramer January 10, 2014

After all, they long possessed the byproduct of that surgery: the carne vera sacra, the real holy flesh, as the locals called it.
Happy Holy Circumcision Day! David Farley December 30, 2009

Think all-tequila margaritas, carne asada tacos spritzed with lemon, key lime pies that are mounds of crust and nothing more.
Limepocalypse! Inside the Great Lime Shortage of 2014 Kara Cutruzzula April 29, 2014

Historical Examples

carne, in his Letters from the East, says the length is sixty miles, and the breadth from eight to ten.
Dealings with the Dead, Volume I (of 2) A Sexton of the Old School

Mrs. carne bustled up and spoke to the lady in her effusive way.
The Beth Book Sarah Grand

carne drew a letter from an inner pocket, and carefully unfolded it.
Springhaven R. D. Blackmore

“What I love about your work is the style,” said Mrs. carne.
The Beth Book Sarah Grand

The doctor told Hester that he could do nothing without being called in and seeing for himself that Mr. carne was out of his mind.
The Curse of Carne’s Hold G. A. Henty

Mrs. carne asked with exaggerated deference to Ideala’s opinion.
The Beth Book Sarah Grand

Mrs. carne, Mrs. Jeffreys, and Mrs. Petterick were on their best behaviour, but Beth had only to be natural.
The Beth Book Sarah Grand

Marcel (marsɛl). 1906–96, French film director. His films include Le Jour se lève (1939), Les Portes de la nuit (1946), and La Bible (1976)


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