marquand marquand  /ˈmɑr kwənd/

Definition(s):

  • (n) United States writer who created the Japanese detective Mr. Moto and wrote other novels as well (1893-1960)

News

  1. Just in Time! More Eight-Figure Apartments on the Upper East Side

    Just when we were starting to fret that hundred millionaires would be left out in the heat, along comes the Marquand. The Marquand is an historic building, built 100 years ago on 68th St and Madison Avenue. In celebrating its centennial this year, the building has been completely remade into a modern luxury condominium. The starchitect behind the project is Lee Mindel of Shelton, Mindel ...
    on June 29, 2013     Source: The New York Observer

  2. Accents: Here's Waldo, Port’s flamboyant transplant artist

    Newburyport has had its share of modern famous writers, ranging from William Lloyd Garrison to John P. Marquand, from Truman Nelson to Andre Dubus III. Sam Sargent and Jim Mickelson are recognized as special Port artists. Robert Scott Jackson, Audrey Bechler and Jon Kodwick each appear to be on the cusp of such fame in the art world. Only years will tell.
    on June 26, 2013     Source: Amesbury News

  3. Hangover Observations: Inside a Lee Mindel-Designed $16 Million 5BR at The Marquand

    It was circa 9 a.m. when we toured a 5BR model unit at under-construction conversion The Marquand, and the only beverages on tap were orange juice and sparkling water, but architect Lee...
    on June 26, 2013     Source: Curbed New York

Quotes

  1. "Brady did a great job of looking off (Packers safety Marquand Manuel), made a great throw and put it right there," Caldwell said.
    on Nov 20, 2006 By: Reche Caldwell Source: Lexington Dispatch

  2. "I can see it," Harris said. "Everybody else can see it. Not to take anything away from Marquand _ I think Marquand is an excellent football player, a smart football player. But I can see Atari being a starter. If not here, somewhere else in...
    on Aug 13, 2007 By: Al Harris Source: Chippewa Herald

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