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The teacher marched the student into the principal's officeToday, we are marching for peace, and an end to the threat of nuclear war.

The teacher marched the student into the principal's office.

Caitlin marched into her brother's room, and demanded her portable MP3 player.

There is a march downtown to support the rights of homosexuals.

The soldiers marched into the square, and stood at attention.

The new recruits were sent on a five hour march with full gear in the blazing sun.

The children were marching around the park, pretending to be soldiers.

Auguste Renoir once remarked that you've got to be a fool to want to stop the march of time.

In the opening procession of the Olympics, the team representing the host nation always marches last.

North and South Korean athletes marched under a single flag for the first time in Olympic history at the 27th Olympiad at Sydney, Australia.

Indian elephants often march through the jungle in a line.

A Ugandan proverb notes that caution is not cowardice; even the ants march armed.

In 1917, 50,000 British and Indian troops marched into Baghdad, capturing 9,000 Turkish prisoners.

In March of 1965, Martin Luther King led the start of a 4,000-strong civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama.

Mao Zedong and his Communist forces ended their Long March at Yan'an, in Shaanxi, northwest China in October of 1935.

In October of 1915, 25,000 women marched in New York City for the right to vote.

Someone once noted that civilized man has marched across the face of the earth and left a desert in his footprints.

Find someone who has marched in a parade or as a soldier.

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