Caroline Dolehide is an American professional tennis player. She achieved a career-high Women's Tennis Association (WTA) ranking of No.
Marin Oršulić is a Croatian footballer who plays as a defender for Seongnam FC in the K League 2.
Marino Rahmberg is a former Swedish footballer who played as a forward. He was remarked by former coach Benny Lennartsson as a player with great pace and running ability.
Marino Riccardi is a politician from the nation of San Marino. He is a member of the Party of Democrats.
Marino railway station is located on the Seaford line. Situated in the southern Adelaide suburb of Marino, it is 18.3 kilometres from Adelaide station.
Marino Rocks railway station is located on the Seaford line. Situated in the southern Adelaide suburb of Marino, it’s 18.9 kilometres from Adelaide station and leads directly into Nimboya Road Reserve and park.
Marino railway station is a railway station in the townland of Ballycultra in Holywood, County Down, Northern Ireland.
Marino is an Italian city and comune in Lazio (central Italy), on the Alban Hills, Italy, 21 kilometres (13 miles) southeast of Rome, with a population of 37,684 and a territory of 26.10 square kilometres (10.08 sq mi). It is bounded by other communes, Castel Gandolfo, Albano Laziale, Rocca di Papa, Grottaferrata, and Ciampino.
Marin Organic is a non-profit 501(3) association of organic producers headquartered in Point Reyes Station, California. Founded in 1999 with the goal of creating the first all-organic county, Marin Organic staff and board work with government officials, community groups and organizations, fellow ranchers and farmers to advance the practice of sustainable, organic production.
The Marino Rocks Greenway is a 15 kilometres cycling route in Adelaide, South Australia. It follows the Seaford railway line from the southwestern corner of the Adelaide city centre to Marino Rocks railway station.
Marino Rigon was an Italian-Bangladeshi Xaverian missionary priest popularly known as the "friend of Bengalis". Rigon was born in Villaverla, Vicenza, Italy in 1925.