Definition of Marciano
1. Noun. United States prizefighter who won the world heavyweight championship in 1952 (1924-1969).
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Literary usage of Marciano
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Venetian Republic: Its Rise, Its Growth, and Its Fall 421-1797 by William Carew Hazlitt (1900)
"... Cassandra Fedeli, Veronica Franco, Giustina Renier Michiel— The Marciano—Its origin and benefactors—Other libraries incorporated with it—Loss of the ..."
2. Bullettino dell'Istituto di diritto romano by Istituto di diritto romano (1901)
"A riprova delle cose dette non sarà male avvertire che nel libro III, in cui le Istituzioni di Marciano furono poco adoperate, non occorrono che poche ..."
3. History of the Reign of Henry IV., King of France and Navarre: From Numerous by Martha Walker Freer (1860)
"Entry into France of the duke de Monte-Marciano and the papal legion.—Nuptials of the viscount de Turenne.—Capture of Stenay.—Mission of the president ..."
4. Travels on the Continent: Written for the Use and Particular Information of by Mariana Starke (1820)
"... erected by Cosimo 1, in memory of the battle of Marciano —the Granite Column, near Ponte Santa ..."