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But, with all positivity restored, perhaps his daughter will hit the ground running in higher education in order to gain full marks in her exams - just try not to completely follow 'daddy's' example too much, Jackie.
So full marks for Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, who is reversing years of federal neglect to prevent more fires.
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FULL MARKS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of full marks for English Language Learners
: praise given for an achievement
: the highest score that you can get on a test
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