Mark


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Mark

1. See: Mark to market.

2. See: Deutschemark.
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As Uncle Mark says, `It's impossible, and what's more it's improbable.
Sith it be no better,'' said Locksley, ``I am content to try my fortune; on condition that when I have shot two shafts at yonder mark of Hubert's, he shall be bound to shoot one at that which I shall propose.
So saying, and without showing the least anxiety to pause upon his aim, Locksley stept to the appointed station, and shot his arrow as carelessly in appearance as if he had not even looked at the mark.
I cannot see any fitting mark, for I care not to waste a bolt upon these shields, which a drunken boor could not miss at a village kermesse.
The Mark Boat's mad--stark ravin' crazy," he snorts, returning to command.
But I’ll change the stone, for Billy Kirby hasn’t the eye for such a mark, I know.
Is it because, when the minister wrote his name in the book, the Black Man set his mark in that place?
The most distinctive mark of substance appears to be that, while remaining numerically one and the same, it is capable of admitting contrary qualities.
The months passed (more than I had bargained for), and no occasion presented itself for disturbing that mark in the book.
Shall be pleased with his acquaintance," said Marks, thrusting out a long, thin hand, like a raven's claw.
This autograph consists of the delicate lines or corrugations with which Nature marks the insides of the hands and the soles of the feet.
The same distinction marks off Tragedy from Comedy; for Comedy aims at representing men as worse, Tragedy as better than in actual life.