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Mark

1. See: Mark to market.

2. See: Deutschemark.
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Jim Sturgess stars as a young man whose face is disfigured by a birth mark.
Mrs Harvey's parents had assumed the large, red mark over her left ear was just a big birth mark when she was born.
Not only did Brown's birth mark a major milestone, but so did her conception, as she was the world's first test-tube baby.
The 0+ age class was excluded from this analysis to ensure that growth from the birth mark did not affect the results.
Age at birth can be determined by counting the otolith increments prior to a birth mark in young-of-year fish; average age at birth for females born in May and June of 1986 was 89 days (N = 30, SE = 1.
In primary school, the children were all aware I had this birth mark but it became more difficult in secondary school as I became more aware of what I looked like and would compare myself to other girls.
In an interview in September 2013 while detailing the abuse at the hands of John Allen and others he said: "One fella there, I can't remember his name, he was a nasty, horrible piece of work, he had like a birth mark on his face and he had glasses, he's something to do with the police.
DIMPLE A A birth mark B A beauty spot C Small depression on the cheek or chin who am I?
Apart from their hair the only thing distinguishing them is tiny birth mark Kirsty has under her left eye.
It was discovered that the problem was a birth mark and now the application has been resubmitted with high hopes of success.