headmark

headmark

(ˈhɛdˌmɑːk)
n
a characteristic
References in classic literature ?
"An' they write too, from yonder--my uncle's woman writes--that you can still tell 'em by headmark. Their hair's foxy-red still--an' they throw out when they walk.
(13.) Gary Martinic, "Unmanned Maritime Surveillance and Weapons Systems," Headmark 151 (March 2014), pp.
Anjali Joshi, in an article for the Huffington Post, writes, "As I (an Indian) sit here, eating my sushi dinner (Japanese) and drinking tea (Chinese), wearing denim jeans (American), and overhearing Brahms' Lullaby (German) from the baby's room, I can't help but think, what's the big deal?' For Joshi, the trend of non-Hindu women (from Madonna, to Gwen Stefani, to Selena Gomez) wearing bindis (the sacred Hindu headmark) is a form of cultural appreciation, not appropriation.
This law requires that industrial fasteners be stamped with a headmark registered with the U.S.
(Cleveland) and a member of the Fastener Advisory Committee, said, "Buyers of fasteners must know their sources and make certain that their fasteners are certified." He said that Public Law 101-592, with its registered headmark requirements, would help end users know who manufactured which fasteners.