Mark may refer to:
- Mark (given name), a male given name
- Mark (surname)
Other articles related to "mark, marks":
... Beauty mark, dark mole on the face or other part of the body that is considered to be attractive Tick (check mark) Diacritical mark, mark added to a letter to alter a word's ... era of Middle-earth see also Marches Mark, a grade awarded to students' work Merchant's Mark Sea mark, pilotage aid which identifies the approximate position of a maritime channel, hazard and administrative ...
... or !?), is a nonstandard punctuation mark used in various written languages and intended to combine the functions of the question mark (also called the “interrogative point”) and the exclamation ... The glyph is a superimposition of these two marks ...
... Stadium, Canberra Attendance 15,244 Referee Lyndon Bray TriesMark Chisholm (2), Mark Gerrard, Ben Alexander, Peter Playford, Stephen Hoiles ConMark Gerrard (5) PenMark Gerrard ...
... The Emir of Kano hosts a Durbar to mark and celebrate the two annual Muslim festivals and Eid-ul-Fitr (to mark the end of the Holy Month of Ramadan) and Eid al-Adha (to ...
... ship also received a quadruple QF 2 pdr Mark VII mounting ... The armament was controlled by a Mark II(W) rangefinder - director, fitted with Radar Type 285 for target ranging as soon as it became available ... guns on a platform amidships, although sometimes single QF 2 pdr Mark VIII were carried in lieu ...
Famous quotes containing the word mark:
“The mark of the man of the world is absence of pretension. He does not make a speech; he takes a low business-tone, avoids all brag, is nobody, dresses plainly, promises not at all, performs much, speaks in monosyllables, hugs his fact. He calls his employment by its lowest name, and so takes from evil tongues their sharpest weapon. His conversation clings to the weather and the news, yet he allows himself to be surprised into thought, and the unlocking of his learning and philosophy.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“The confirmation of Clarence Thomas, one of the most conservative voices to be added to the [Supreme] Court in recent memory, carries a sobering message for the African- American community.... As he begins to make his mark upon the lives of African Americans, we must acknowledge that his successful nomination is due in no small measure to the support he received from black Americans.”
—Kimberly Crenshaw (b. 1959)
“Go into all the world and proclaim the good news to the whole creation.”
—Bible: New Testament, Mark 16:15.