Recent Examples of marking from the Web
Anna’s Hummingbird, the colorful birds with iridescent green and red markings, are year-round Sacramento Valley residents.
Reports of live animals were vague and unconvincing, leaving the whale's habits and even its markings a mystery.
The 2017 celestial marking of fall comes Thursday night when the Harvest Moon, the autumn full moon, will be in full view.
These communities have, over centuries, left their exceptional cultural markings on the landscape—hundreds of mosques, churches, shrines, holy sites, graveyards, libraries and museums.
All three were also charged with felony possession or use of a weapon, defacement of firearm ID markings and unlawful restraint.
Users have been receiving an email with markings that look almost identical to an official email from Apple confirming a recent purchase that they haven't made.
What's critical about the markings, explains lead study author Matthew Wise of the University of Cambridge, is their maximum depth - 848 meters, or around 2,800 feet.
Workers are removing existing lane markings and repainting new lines — yellow for the center turn lane and white for the bike lanes next to the parking.
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First Known Use of marking
before 12th century
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