Marre is a commune in the Meuse department in Grand Est in north-eastern France.

Location of Marre
Marre is located in France
Marre is located in Grand Est
Coordinates: 49°12′43″N 5°18′10″E / 49.2119°N 5.3028°ECoordinates: 49°12′43″N 5°18′10″E / 49.2119°N 5.3028°E
RegionGrand Est
IntercommunalityGrand Verdun
 • Mayor (2008–2014) Lucien Hergott
10.2 km2 (3.9 sq mi)
 • Density17/km2 (43/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+01:00 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+02:00 (CEST)
INSEE/Postal code
55321 /55100
Elevation184–310 m (604–1,017 ft)
(avg. 190 m or 620 ft)
1 French Land Register data, which excludes lakes, ponds, glaciers > 1 km2 (0.386 sq mi or 247 acres) and river estuaries.

See also

  1. ^ "Populations légales 2016". INSEE. Retrieved 25 April 2019.
Alan Marre

Sir Alan Samuel Marre (25 February 1914 – 20 March 1990) was a British civil servant, serving most notably as Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration and as the first Health Service Commissioner for England, Scotland and Wales.

Marre was the son of an immigrant tobacconist and was educated at St Olave's Grammar School in Orpington, Kent. He went to Trinity Hall, Cambridge where he achieved a double first.

He joined the Ministry of Health and was Assistant Principal in 1936. He became, in turn, Principal in 1941, Assistant Secretary in 1946 and then Under-Secretary between 1952 and 1963. Marre moved to the Ministry of Labour and served as Under-Secretary until 1964. He was appointed Deputy Secretary at the Ministry of Health, where he stayed until 1966 when he returned to the Ministry of Labour as Deputy Secretary. In 1968, Marre became the Second Permanent Under-Secretary of State and the Department of Health and Social Security.

During his time at the Ministry of Health, Marre met Mary Gilling, a philosophy graduate. They became married and she became distinguished in her own right in both public and charitable life.

Albert Marre

Albert Marre (September 20, 1924 – September 4, 2012) was an American stage director and producer. He directed the stage musical Man of La Mancha in 1965, for which he won the Tony Award for Best Director of a Musical.

Aveyron's 3rd constituency

The 3rd constituency of the Aveyron is a French legislative constituency in the Aveyron département.

Chaabi (Morocco)

Chaabi (literally "popular") refers to several types of popular music of Morocco, combining rural and urban folk music.The genre started out as street music performed in squares and souks, and can be heard in cafés, at restaurants and at weddings.Rural varieties include Jerra and al-Aïta (literally "the cry"). Several artists performing this genre are known, such as Hajib, Stati, Najat Aatabou, Senhaji and Khalid Bennani.

Urban varieties are called Sahli. Extraordinarily with Cheb Bilal. Said Senhaji, has dueted with Reda Taliani. Zina Daoudia has performed with Cheba Zahouania which is Algerian . Other singers like Hamid El Qasry has performed with Cheb Khaled. Also, Faadhel Al Mazrou'eây (Khaleeji singer) has become famous with his Khaleeji-Cha'âby song "Le'khyan Jani" and "Ya Saheby" (featuring Said Senhaji). Emna Fakher, Tunisian singer, has covered the star song of Najat Aatabou "J'en Ai Marre".

Chocolate City (film)

Chocolate City is a 2015 American comedy-drama film directed and written by filmmaker Jean-Claude La Marre. The film stars Robert Ri'chard, Michael Jai White, Carmen Electra and Vivica A. Fox. The plot is about the life for a struggling college student changes in an instant when he meets the owner of a male strip club who convinces him to give amateur night a whirl. This film was shot in Inglewood, California and was released in a limited release and through video on demand outlets on May 22, 2015.A 2017 sequel named Chocolate City: Vegas Strip is available on Netflix.

Gang of Roses

Gang of Roses is a 2003 Western action drama film written and directed by Jean-Claude La Marre. It starred Monica Calhoun, Lil' Kim, LisaRaye, Charity Hill, Bobby Brown, Stacy Dash, and Marie Matiko. The movie took just 18 days to film.The film followed by a sequel, Gang of Roses II: Next Generation (2012).

Go for Broke (2002 film)

Go for Broke is a 2002 urban comedy film, written by Jean-Claude La Marre, who also directed and co-produced the film, which stars Pras, Michael A. Goorjian, LisaRaye, Kira Madallo Sesay, and Bobby Brown.

Home Sweet Homer

Home Sweet Homer is a musical with a book by Roland Kibbee and Albert Marre, lyrics by Charles Burr and Forman Brown, and music by Mitch Leigh.

Originally called Odyssey, it is one of the most notorious flops in Broadway theatre history. Loosely based on Homeric legend, it focuses on Odysseus and Penelope, awaiting his return to Ithaca.

J'en ai marre!

"J'en ai marre!" (English: "I'm fed up!") is Alizée's fifth single from the album Mes Courants Électriques, written by Mylène Farmer and released in February 2003. It charted at number 4 in France and number 2 in Japan.

The release included the single version of the song followed by an instrumental version. Later on three remixes were made available in special editions of the single. Internationally, it was released as "I'm Fed Up!". In Japan, it was released as "Mon bain de mousse" ("My Foam Bath") along with a music video and a remix version of the song.

Jean-Claude La Marre

Jean-Claude La Marre is an American writer, director, and film and television actor. His film credits include Malcolm X, Dead Presidents, Gang of Roses and Go for Broke. On television, he has guest-starred on New York Undercover, Law & Order, and NYPD Blue.

Jeremy Marre

Jeremy Marre is a television director, writer and producer who founded Harcourt Films and has worked extensively around the world. Many of his films are on musical subjects.

His reputation was made with the Beats of the Heart series, which introduced elements of what is now called world music, and its performers, to the Western world. The New York Times said of the series: "It can make your jaw drop regularly with astonishment." He has run director courses for the National Film and Television School, sat on the advisory boards for the British Library Sound Archive and the Arts Council of England, has broadcast widely on BBC radio, has written for The Times,New York Post and The Independent.There have been retrospectives of his music films at the Florence Film Festival and on Channel 4.

John Marre

John Marre was an early twentieth century U.S. soccer wing forward, team owner and executive who is a member of the National Soccer Hall of Fame.

La Marre

La Marre is a commune in the Jura department in Franche-Comté in eastern France.

Lamellerie's expedition

Lamellerie's expedition was a French naval operation launched in February 1806. Four French Navy frigates and a brig, all survivors of the Battle of Trafalgar in October 1805, attempted to break past the British blockade of Cadiz on 23 February 1806, taking advantage of the withdrawal of the principal blockade squadron several months earlier at the start of the Atlantic campaign of 1806. Although the squadron was intercepted by elements of the British blockade force, Captain Louis-Charles-Auguste Delamarre de Lamellerie escaped with the four frigates by abandoning the slower brig, which was captured. During the next six months, Lamellerie's squadron cruised the Atlantic, visiting Senegal, Cayenne and the West Indies but failing to cause any significant disruption to British trade.

On 27 July, as the squadron neared Rochefort, it was spotted by HMS Mars, a Royal Navy ship of the line stationed off the port to intercept French ships entering or leaving. Signalling to the rest of the British squadron, Captain Robert Dudley Oliver took Mars in pursuit, chasing the French squadron all through the night and into the next morning, by which time the frigate Rhin had fallen far behind the others. Recognising that Rhin was in danger of being captured, Lamellerie turned back to her defence with his main squadron but then changed his mind, turning once more and retreating to Rochefort as Oliver took possession of the heavily outgunned Rhin.


Mont-et-Marré is a commune in the Nièvre department in central France.

Nora's Hair Salon

Nora's Hair Salon is a 2004 independent comedy-drama film, written by Chanel Capra and Jean-Claude La Marre, and directed by Jerry LaMothe. This film stars Jenifer Lewis, Tamala Jones, and Tatyana Ali.

Y'en a Marre

Y'en a Marre ("Fed Up") is a group of Senegalese rappers and journalists, created in January 2011, to protest ineffective government and register youth to vote. They are credited with helping to mobilize Senegal's youth vote and oust incumbent President Abdoulaye Wade, though the group claims no affiliation with Macky Sall, Senegal's current president, or with any political party.

Communes of the Meuse department

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