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In depicting the manner of this education Dickens rather overshoots the mark.

Victorian WorthiesGeorge Henry Blore

I need not repeat the number of his great and glorious actions, which mark him the General and the hero.

Presenty there was a little light—not much, but enough to mark clearly the dim outlines of the trees.

Wang the NinthPutnam Weale

Mark Twain wanted to point out the absurdity of taking the allegories and the figurative language of the Bible literally.

Mark TwainArchibald Henderson

"I'll try my luck," sed I, and we set to work, Morgan bein' so obligin' as to mark for us.

The Betrayal of John FordhamB.L. (Benjamin Leopold) Farjeon

Five minutes later Mark, who was intently watching the volcanic rock, gave a loud cry.

But, Mark and Bridget endeavoured to forget everything unpleasant in this visit to their much-loved home.

The CraterJames Fenimore Cooper

Zeal for martyrdom in later days became a disease in the Church, but in the case of Ignatius it is the mark of a hero.

Mark all of the simple sentences and all of the complex sentences.

Plain EnglishMarian Wharton

Somehow Rick felt that if he were to be allowed to keep the dog he must be "on his mark," and give no chance for complaints.

Rick and RuddyHoward R. Garis

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