Mary, born 1934, English fashion designer and entrepreneur.
a long pole for propelling a boat, esp a punt, by pushing on the bottom of a river or lake
to propel (a boat) with a quant
(informal) a highly paid computer specialist with a degree in a quantitative science, employed by a financial house to predict the future price movements of securities, commodities, currencies, etc
Mary. born 1934, British fashion designer, whose Chelsea Look of miniskirts and geometrically patterned fabrics dominated London fashion in the 1960s
by 1990s An expert in quantitative analysis of stock-market and other business trends: While not all the students entering business school can be classified as ”quant jocks,” those whose strengths lie in their quantitative abilities
[mair-ee-vil] /ˈmɛər iˌvɪl/ noun 1. a city in E Tennessee.
- Mary warner
noun phrase Marijuana (1920s+ Narcotics)
- Mary wollstonecraft
[woo l-stuh n-kraft, ‐krahft] /ˈwʊl stənˌkræft, ‐ˌkrɑft/ noun 1. Mary (Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin) 1759–97, English author and feminist (mother of Mary Shelley). /ˈwʊlstənˌkrɑːft/ noun 1. Mary. 1759–97, British feminist and writer, author of A Vindication of the Rights of Women (1792); wife of William Godwin and mother of Mary Shelley
[mahr-zuh-pan] /ˈmɑr zəˌpæn/ noun 1. a confection made of almonds reduced to a paste with sugar and often molded into various forms, usually diminutive fruits and vegetables. /ˈmɑːzɪˌpæn/ noun 1. a paste made from ground almonds, sugar, and egg whites, used to coat fruit cakes or moulded into sweets Also called (esp formerly) marchpane modifier […]