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Her cheek was marked with scratches.
Shiny wooden surfaces tend to mark very easily.
We entered through a door marked ‘Private’.
Foods marked with a red star are included in the recipe section.
His job is to mark lines on roads.
Anyone who is late will be marked absent.
I spent the evening marking first-year essays.
A memorial plaque will mark the spot where he died.
A high stone wall marked the boundary of the Roscarrock estate.
The book marked a change in direction for Scottish literature.
This tournament marks the official start of the season.
He maintained the humble attitude that has always marked his public appearances.
Public gatherings were generally marked by restraint and control.
A ceremony was held to mark the occasion.