[mahr-boo rk; English mahr-burg] /ˈmɑr bʊərk; English ˈmɑr bɜrg/
a city in central Germany.
German name of .
/ˈmɑːˌbɜːɡ; German ˈmaːrbʊrk/
a city in W central Germany, in Hesse: famous for the religious debate between Luther and Zwingli in 1529; Europe’s first Protestant university (1527). Pop: 78 511 (2003 est)
the German name for Maribor
noun, Pathology. 1. a viral disease producing a severe and often fatal illness with fever, rash, diarrhea, vomiting, and gastrointestinal bleeding, transmitted to humans through contact with infected green monkeys. noun 1. a severe, sometimes fatal, viral disease of the green monkey, which may be transmitted to humans. Symptoms include fever, vomiting, and internal bleeding […]
- Marburg virus
Marburg virus Mar·burg virus (mär’bûrg’) n. A virus that is considered to contain RNA and that is known to cause Marburg virus disease but whose taxonomic classification remains undetermined.
- Marburg virus disease
Marburg virus disease n. An often fatal infection of humans by the Marburg virus that is characterized by severe fever, diarrhea, a maculopapular rash, and hemorrhaging.
- Marbury versus madison
A case decided by the Supreme Court under Chief Justice John Marshall in 1803. The Court declared unanimously that a certain law passed by Congress should not be enforced, because the law was opposed to the Constitution. Marbury versus Madison established the principle of “judicial review” — that the Supreme Court has the power to […]