Which preposition to use with  marking

Which preposition to use with marking

There were no marks of blowsindeed, none had been givenbut the door had been literally riven from its hinges, by the application of enormous, silent force.

These sticks were of different lengths and dimensions, according to the number marked on them; so that by looking at the inscription, you could tell the size, or by seeing or feeling the size, you could tell the number.

The difference of dress between the jeune fille and the jeune femme is very strongly marked in France.

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Her looks mark her everywhere as a supremely happy woman, and she goes out into the world marked with that strange, deep, grand impress of motherhood and womanhood, which has always made the true woman not only a working-mother, but a love-crowned queen!

Each discovered what I could have told them, that even the human figure at five hundred yards is a small mark for a strange rifle.

Among these were the Augurs or those who drew their knowledge of futurity from the flight, and various other actions of birds; the Aruspices, from the entrails of beasts; palmestry or the lines of the hands; points marked at random; numbers, names, the motions of a scene, the air, fire, the Praenestine, Homerian, and Virgilian lots, dreams, etc.

The kingly Sugar Pine, towering aloft to a height of more than 200 feet, offers a fine mark to storm-winds; but it is not densely foliaged, and its long, horizontal arms swing round compliantly in the blast, like tresses of green, fluent algae in a brook; while the Silver Firs in most places keep their ranks well together in united strength.

The Greeks, especially in the earliest times, divided their compositions into verses, or such short portions of sentences as we mark by a comma, each verse occupying a line; and the number of these verses is often set down at the beginning or end of a book.

He had been deceived by the marking on the plane, a very thin black cross instead of the thick one usually found on enemy aircraft.

They were young men with the fantastic markings of young braves.

"Then do you believe that a double murder was committed?" "I draw my conclusion from the fact that the young man, on being struck in the heart, could not have gone such a distance as that which separates the one mark from the other."

Bull looked down to his feet as a thoughtful man will do, and there, very clearly marked against the white of the stone, he saw a dark streaktwo of them, side by side.

"There are no Indians about the lake and packers' boots don't make marks like those.

"Ranaway, negro man Ephraim, has a mark over one of his eyes, occasioned by a blow."

Not until it seemed to me every square inch of my hands had been burned to a blister, and there was a livid, red mark across my forehead, where an old hag had scorched me with a burning brand, did the squaws tire of their cruel sport, and then we were left comparatively alone, with sufficient of pain to keep us so keenly alive to the situation that weariness of body did not make itself apparent.

Is there any distinctive mark under our left ears?

His poetical activity is marked throughout by a national stamp.

He would put my foot on the floor and mark around it for the measure of my shoes.

"And are there no other marks than this plain board?"

Good hatcheries are constantly busy, keeping up the supply, but it appears that though one in every ten thousand of these fish is marked before being set free, so far as known no marked fish have ever been captured.

The contrast is at the least marked between the Caliph of the Prophet and the children of the Holy Catholic Church.

The guide knew not what answer to make, and was still more puzzled when he and the captain saw five or six houses marked after this same fashion.

There were not many other skaters on the ice when the children and their father reached it Mr. Blake marked off a place, by drawing two lines on the ice with his skate.

Frequently foundlings have some birth mark or scar about them, or there is some letter or significant mark about their clothing by which in after years they may be identified and their parentage made known; but in the case of Morgianna there was no probability of her identity ever being discovered.

You got the markings in you, son.

Shalah trailed like a bloodhound, following the hoof-marks out of the valley meadow to a ridge of sparse cedars where they showed clear on the bare earth, and then to a thicker covert where they were hidden among strong grasses.

It was, I believe, the beginning of his loss of confidence in my judgment and advice, which became increasingly marked during the Paris negotiations.

In 1408, the chief justice of the common pleas had fifty-five marks per annum.

place into evidence, mark into evidence.

So the old man did as he was bidden, and handed Robin the tablet on which was marked down the account of the various packages upon the horses.

Here and there the white head of some old man made its mark among the sunburnt faces.

That La Cosa based the northern part of his map upon Cabot's discoveries is demonstrated by the English flags marked along the coast and the legend "Mar descubierto por Ingleses," because no English but the Cabot expeditions had been there; and what is evidently intended for Cape Race is called "Cavo de Ynglaterra."

It was plain enough that the whole place had been under water: the floor was still muddy, and the green and sweating walls showed the flood-mark within two feet of the roof; there was a wisp or two of fine seaweed that had somehow got in, and a small crab was still alive and scuttled across the corner, yet the coffins were but little disturbed.

They leave their mark behind them.

Leicester was accompanied by his ancient, whose entrance is marked above.] Quite is frequently used for requite: as in Massinger's "Old Law," act ii.

This Daniel had a sister named Rose, who was married in due time to a friend of her brother's,not, indeed, to Spenser, but to a scholar, whose eccentricities have left such durable tracks behind them, that we can trace his mark through many passages of Spenser's love complaints, otherwise unintelligible.

The ensign had a small and peculiar mark below his chin; he perceived that his antagonist had the same.

The Holy Fathers were more particular about their markings than great size.

When the arm is fully extended, the tension causes it to tremble and so destroys the aim, and the man who cannot hit the mark without sighting along the barrel is usually dead before he can pull the trigger.'

His somewhat narrow range of reading, had you followed it by his careful markings through those bound volumes of sermons in the bookcase, bore the same evidence of inherited and inadequately occupied refinement.

Restsistersrest! Here on these blasted pines; and mark beneath How war's red whirlwind shakes earth's crazy breast And cumbers it with agony and death.

COLOURPlain white with lemon markings; orange permissible but not desirable; slight head markings with white body preferred.

Explanations, introduction, special references in connection with markings throughout the Bible, summary of references.

Buffer Festival Industry Day, held earlier today in Toronto by the Canadian Film Centre’s Media Lab, it seemed like a lot of content creators have made their mark due to both their creativity and to YouTube, which brought their work to online audiences.

* * * * * Of whist or cribbage mark th' amusing game; The partners changing, but the sport the same:

Later, when she collected her things to go away, she left with us a pair of beautifully knit black silk stockings, marked near the top in fine cross-stitch in white, "D," and under that "5."

They have no sarcolemma, stripes, or cross markings like those of the voluntary muscles.

Ole Miss finished the regular season 1-10 on the road, including a 1-8 mark inside the SEC.

"If I am permitted to go on with the brigade, I promise, as far as any human being may promise, that I will not only be found to have passed at the end of this term, but that I will also have a higher marking after the annual examinations than after the semi-annuals."