It was one o'clock in the morning of the 2d of July when we landed on the soil of Egypt, at Marabou, three leagues to the west of Alexandria.
"Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte, Complete" by Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne
Then I looked again, and it was a marabou stork.
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You're looking rather weedy, standing on one leg like a marabou stork!
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One of the largest of these storks is the marabou.
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Marabou fighting with Hyenas, 385.
"Harper's Young People, 1880 Index" by Various
Clouds hovered over us, delicate and fleecy as the feathers of the marabou, and white and curly as the feathers of the ostrich.
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A gigantic fan of snow-white marabou feathers served as a screen for the stove.
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Her little thin fingers were stiff with rings, as though set in brilliants; and she held a white marabou fan in her hand.
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My robe is long and trailing with marabou around the neck.
"Nan Sherwood's Summer Holidays" by Annie Roe Carr