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The entrance of the prisoner was more marked, too, than usual.
HAND AND RINGANNA KATHARINE GREEN
This difference is more marked during the laying season than at other times.
DUCKS AND GEESEHARRY M. LAMON
In a more marked degree than other capitals it is a congeries of towns and colonies, largely alien in sympathies.
He was received with more marked cordiality at the English Court than at the French.
THE LIBERATION OF ITALYCOUNTESS EVELYN MARTINENGO-CESARESCO
He was most solicitous for our comfort and his exquisite courtesy had never been more marked.
BAT WINGSAX ROHMER
The deformities resulting from osteomyelitis are more marked the earlier in life the disease occurs.
MANUAL OF SURGERYALEXIS THOMSON AND ALEXANDER MILES
There is a gradual curve from the bow to the stern, which is more marked toward the head.
BOYS' BOOK OF MODEL BOATSRAYMOND FRANCIS YATES
With the Ainu sorrowful emotions are more marked than the more pleasing, the more joyous.
ALONE WITH THE HAIRY AINUA. H. SAVAGE LANDOR
Moreover, she had some ideas referring to the actual situation which were akin to those in the more marked stupor period.
BENIGN STUPORSAUGUST HOCH
In the later system of emanation of Sankhya there is a more marked approach to a materialistic doctrine of evolution.