Consider this New York Times headline about marling from last month: “How to Succeed in Hollywood Despite Being Really Beautiful.”
“How terrifying to surrender your life to being chosen all the time,” marling said.
Fun fact: marling was offered a job at Goldman Sachs out of Georgetown.
"clayey soil used for fertilizer," late 14c., from Old French marle (Modern French marne), from Late Latin marglia, diminutive of Latin marga "marl," which is said by Pliny to be a Gaulish word, but modern Celtic cognates are considered to be borrowed from English or French. As a verb by late 14c. Medieval Latin margila is the source of Dutch mergel, German Mergel.