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Marker

A slang term for documentation indicating that a debt is owed.
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This work catalogs all of the Official Scenic and Historic Markers found on New MexicoEs highways, which inform travelers about the land, its people, and historical events.
I was constantly crisscrossing their historic markers and the rivers they slogged through.
BOOKS: Teaching What Really Happened (Teachers College Press, 2010); Sundown Towns (The New Press, 2005); Lies Across America: What Our Historic Markers and Monuments Get Wrong (The New Press, 1999); Lies My Teacher Told Me: Everything Your High School History Textbook Got Wrong (The New Press, 1995); The Truth About Columbus (The New Press, 1992); co-author, Mississippi: Conflict and Change (Pantheon Books, 1974); and The Mississippi Chinese: Between Black and White (Harvard University Press, 1971).
These are just two of the historic markers of success that have been threatened this season, and the Kings have been at this juncture before.
Historic markers of the '40s and '50s loom large, as Dobkin traces her brief time in Kansas City, Mo.
Preserved and dedicated by the citizens of Boston in 1958, when the wrecking ball threatened, the Freedom Trail today is a unique collection of museums, churches, meeting houses, burying grounds, parks, a ship, and historic markers that tell the story of the American Revolution and beyond.
There's big emphasis on public art, greenspace, historic markers and artist live/studio space.
But now, milestones in Yorkshire are to become a feature on the `information superhighway' - as a new website is launched dedicated to the historic markers.
I was walking around the fort site, looking at the historic markers, when I saw one commemorating Lieutenant (later General) Shrapnel, stationed with the Royal Artillery at the fort from' 1780 to 1784.
Loewen's book highlights the pervasiveness of this problem by reviewing historic markers and monuments located in all fifty states and the District of Columbia.
Robert McCarey designed two panels: One shows historic markers in Norfolk County; the other shows flags and points of Loyalist interest.
Lookout points and historic markers were added to further enhance the pedestrian and tourist experience.

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