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  1. See also Mars on Wikipedia; and our 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica disclaimer. 911212 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica , Volume 17 — Mars (planet) Simon Newcomb MARS, in astronomy, the fourth planet in the order of distance from the sun, and the next outside the earth.

  2. See also March on Wikipedia; and our 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica disclaimer. 1997771 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica , Volume 17 — March (month) MARCH, the third month of the modern calendar, containing thirty-one days.

  3. CINQ-MARS, HENRI COIFFIER RUZÉ D’EFFIAT, Marquis de (1620–1642), French courtier, was the second son of Antoine Coiffier Ruzé, marquis d’Effiat, marshal of France (1581–1632), and was introduced to the court of Louis XIII. by Richelieu, who had been a friend of his father and who hoped he would counteract the influence of the

  4. › companies › marsMars - Forbes

    Dec 30, 2019 · Fiscal Year End Dec 30, 2019. Sales $37B. Headquarters McLean, Virginia. As of Nov 23, 2020. Founded in 1911, Mars, Incorporated is one of the largest food companies in the world. Founder Frank C ...

  5. › profile › mars-1Mars family - Forbes

    Dec 16, 2020 · Mars was founded in 1911 when Frank Mars started selling candy out of his kitchen in Tacoma, Washington. Frank's son, Forrest Sr., joined the company in 1929 and helped his father develop the malt ...

  6. Mars: Created by André Bormanis, Mickey Fisher, Karen Janszen, Ben Young Mason, Jonathan Silberberg, Justin Wilkes. With Jihae, Alberto Ammann, Clémentine Poidatz ...

  7. Dec 30, 2020 · ACCORDING to a telegram dated Aug. 17, from Flagstaff Observatory, Arizona, Dr. Percival Lowell announces the rediscovery of two new canals of Mars, which were seen for the first time at the last opposition in 1909. The canals are now very conspicuous, and attracting world-wide attention because of their startling significance.

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