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MARAUDER. One who, while employed in the army as a soldier, commits a larceny or robbery in the neighborhood of the camp, or while wandering away from the army. Merl. Repert. h.t.

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The Marauder was repainted in preparation for its relocation from the Museum of Air and Space at Le Bourget Airport, Paris, to the Musee du Debarquement Utah Beach in Sainte Marie du Mont, France, where it is on permanent display in a new hangar.
More than 10 million UK viewers saw the Marauder, which is designed and built by the Paramount company of South Africa, take on and pass all the tests it was set by Top Gear presenter Richard Hammond in the urban jungles of Johannesburg.
On the Mercury Marauder it is fitted with travel stops due to this car's wider front tires, and it gets firmer tuning.
The Marauder was designed and built by George Mackie, Spen King - who went on to design the Range Rover - and the late Peter Wilks, who helped with the development of the Rover 2000.
Only 15 such cars were built: five in Dorridge and ten in Kenilworth, before the Marauder Car Company was wound up.
It is unlikely that Maori Venture or Red Marauder would have survived the upright pre-1961 Grand National fences.
In prairie dogs, however, the payoff for male marauders is not so clear.
Coming off an easy 68-42 win over the Executive Boutique Lycans, the Marauders leaned on the inspired game of Jan Isiah Gabest and Arnel Azarcon, who fired 15 and 12 points, respectively, to help their team stay unbeatenm in the young season.