One of these marks the units and the other the hundredths (Fig. 5).
When he could not remember his father's marks he made up others.
They have left here the marks of tragedy, of pathos, or of joy.
Well, it is quite evident they are examining some sort of marks.
"My friend, I told you so," said the uncle, with a fine pulsation in the two marks.
These marks had been made by many hands, and I wondered where they were now.
A necklace of rubies, the best they have, one that will cost at least twenty thousand marks.
Docility, as I have pointed out elsewhere, is one of the marks of genius.
You will see the marks of the wheels where I have gone before, and they will guide.
Magna Charta was secured by men who signed the deed with their marks.