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Several groupings of craters in southeastern Wyoming, including dozens of pockmarks in all, have the hallmarks of secondary cratering, researchers report February 11 in GSA Bulletin.
AN ANCIENT IMPACT ON EARTH LED TO A CASCADE OF CRATERINGSID PERKINSFEBRUARY 22, 2022SCIENCE NEWS
The chimney pipe from the wood stove, in the center of the room, is shiny with pockmarks.
CITIZENS HIDE FROM ACTIVE SHOOTERS AS ALASKA IS SLOW TO DELIVER ON 2019 PROMISE OF VILLAGE TROOPERSBY KYLE HOPKINS, ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWSDECEMBER 13, 2021PROPUBLICA
In late spring, the fruit ripens slowly, but hopefully before birds returning from the South have time to peck pockmarks into it.
THIS SOUR CHERRY PIE IS SUMMER’S ULTIMATE DESSERTDANIELA GALARZAJULY 13, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Great sink holes, some of them six hundred feet deep and more, pockmark the surface of the land.
THE ELEMENTS OF GEOLOGYWILLIAM HARMON NORTON
We're falling to the Earth, to form the largest pockmark of all!
OLD FRIENDS ARE THE BESTJACK SHARKEY
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WORDS RELATED TO POCKMARK

  • blister
  • cicatrice
  • cicatrix
  • crater
  • defect
  • discoloration
  • disfigurement
  • flaw
  • hurt
  • mark
  • pockmark
  • scab
  • track
  • wound
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