MARKS


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MARKSModern Army Record-Keeping System
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"You've got a friend here?" said Haley, looking doubtfully at Marks; "partner, perhaps?"
"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 contending archers took their station in turn, at the bottom of the southern access, the distance between that station and the mark allowing full distance for what was called a shot at rovers.
His first object was to learn his limits, round which he would pace, occasionally freshening, with a blow of his axe, the marks on the boundary trees; and then he would proceed, with an air of great deliberation, to the centre of his premises, and, throwing aside his superfluous garments, measure, with a knowing eye, one or two of the nearest trees that were towering apparently into the very clouds as he gazed upward.
The same distinction marks off Tragedy from Comedy; for Comedy aims at representing men as worse, Tragedy as better than in actual life.
Mark, the Bronze Horses, and the famous Lion of St.
Mark's is not the oldest building in the world, of course, but it seems the oldest, and looks the oldest--especially inside.
I knew, for Uncle Mark had told me, that his name was Jonas Blake, that he was a Theological Student from St.
"It is a mark that I have found before now," answered the young bowman.
By continuing the same process for a greater number of generations (as shown in the diagram in a condensed and simplified manner), we get eight species, marked by the letters between a14 and m14, all descended from (A).
"Call up the Banks Mark Boat, George." Our dip-dial shows that we, keeping abreast the tramp, have dropped five hundred feet the last few minutes.
And here's one marked for Gatesgarth, and three that come from Littletown.