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Definition funny of Marinu:
1. To be full of oneself. Conceited. 2. An exaggeration of the length of one's penis or their sexual ability.
He is very marinus, he combs his pubic hair. He has such a marinus complex.
Songs about Marinu:
Bufo Marinus by Track & Field from the Album In Search Of...
Marinus by Maïkotron Unit from the Album Ex-Voto
Marinus by Bufo from the Album Bug Eyes
Marinus by Hans Nielsen Dot Wessman from the Album Bakkens Hvile 2000
Marinus Boarischer by Ebrachtaler Tanzlmusi from the Album 20 Jahre - Ebrachtaler Tanzlmusi
Mating Call of the Giant Toad (Bufo Marinus) by Unspecified from the Album Sounds of North American Frogs
The Rainy Season: Giant Toad (Bufo Marinus) by Unspecified from the Album Sounds of American Tropical Rain Forest: Produced for the American Museum of Natural History
Books about Marinu:
Doctor Who and the Keys of Marinus by Philip Hinchcliffe (May 1983)
Marinus Willett: Defender of the Northern Frontier (New Yorkers and the Revolution) by Larry Lowenthal (Aug 1, 2000)
Col. Marinus Willett The Hero of Mohawk Valley: An Address Before The Oneida Historical Society. by Daniel E. Wager (Jun 4, 2014)
A Narrative Of The Military Actions Of Colonel Marinus Willett: Taken Chiefly From His Own Manuscript by William M. Willett (Sep 12, 2007)
Marinus: Webster's Timeline History, 248 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Jul 11, 2009)
Chirurgus marinus: or, the sea-chirurgion. Being instructions to junior chirurgic practitioners, who design to... by John Moyle (Jun 16, 2010)
My Life History: Johan Marinus Jensen, 1863-1948 by John Marinus Jensen, Colin Jensen and Sonja Jensen (Aug 1, 2011)
Movies about Marinu:
Doctor Who: The Keys of Marinus 2010 NR - Runtime: 2 hrs 30 mins Starring: William Hartnell, Jacqueline Hill, et al. Directed by: John Gorrie
Wiki information Marinu:
Marinu is a village in Viru-Nigula Parish, Lääne-Viru County, in northeastern Estonia.
Mycobacterium marinum is a free-living bacterium, which causes opportunistic infections in humans. M. marinum sometimes causes a rare disease known as aquarium granuloma, which typically affects individuals who work with fish or keep home aquariums.