Definitions

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  • verb mark with a date and place

Etymologies

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Examples

  • This event will be a datemark in our patriotic annals and in the progress of the nation.

    The Story of The American Legion

  • Just a week after these events, that is, the Wednesday after my great sermon, which is now a respectable landmark, or datemark, at Kilronan, I got the first letter from Bittra.

    My New Curate

  • Analysis of the digital photo showed that the datemark had been inserted with image editing software, while file data suggested it had been edited before the altercation took place.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Analysis of the digital photo showed that the datemark had been inserted with image editing software, while file data suggested it had been edited before the altercation took place.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Analysis of the digital photo showed that the datemark had been inserted with image editing software, while file data suggested it had been edited before the altercation took place.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Analysis of the digital photo showed that the datemark had been inserted with image editing software, while file data suggested it had been edited before the altercation took place.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

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