marathon

[ mar-uh-thon, -thuh n ]
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I feel like a two-year-old: I could do a Marathon without turning a hair.

Find out why a long distance run is now called a "Marathon."

How long after the battle of Marathon, and after the death of Alexander the Great?

They knew that these were intended to avenge the defeat of Marathon.

I've never heard a word from you since the day we ran the Marathon.

It was in the spring of their senior year that Jim and Sara ran the Marathon.

This mound has continued to stand at Marathon to the present day.

Miltiades found that the fame and honor which he had gained at Marathon were gone.

He might have been a Marathon athlete, so far as any hint to the contrary went.

Such is the present Marathon—we are summoned back to the past.

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