Marriner noun Sir Neville. born 1924, British conductor and violinist; founder (1956) and director of the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, which specializes in baroque music
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He ignored, too, his chairman of the Federal Reserve, Marriner Eccles, a small, peppery Mormon banker from Utah.
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Historical Examples of marriner
But Saurin did not want companionship; he preferred that of Marriner and Company.
The man soon overpowered him; but Marriner came to the rescue.
But Marriner did not think this advisable when Saurin put the matter to him.
“Mrs. Marriner has, I should say, a hundred customers,” remarked Hawthwaite.
J. S. (Joseph Smith) Fletcher
Marriner was keeping a tavern in New York City before the war.
William Harrison Bayles