backstamp

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backstamp

(ˈbækˌstæmp)
n
a mark stamped on the back of an envelope by a post office to indicate the date and place of its arrival
vb (tr)
to mark with a backstamp
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Leeds took the lead in the sixth minute as Alan Smith - at least a yard offside in receiving Mark Viduka's low cross - slipped in for his 12th goal of the season past advancing keeper Cesar.
For the last one year, the university has been receiving complaints from the students at Campus about not receiving mark sheets, provisional certificates, degree certificates, etc.
Moss also caught three passes from Cassel, that 51-yarder putting him over the 100-yard receiving mark in the first quarter.
Newson already owns the all-time receiving mark (3,210 yards), the career receptions record (186), the single-season touchdown reception mark (12) and the single-season receiving yards standard (1,284).
The emotional reaction on receiving marks after test or paper is a natural outcome.
In fact, his 870 yards in 2007 and 778 yards last year are the second- and third-highest single-season receiving marks at Assumption.
In one of the few apparent examples of fence-sitting in the Classifications - the pair both receiving marks of 160 - senior Turf Club jumps handicapper Noel O'Brien admitted it was "a difficult call", but argued somewhat unconvincingly that "it seemed the fairest thing to do".