long mark

long mark

n
(Letters of the Alphabet (Foreign)) another name for macron
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Gloria, 67, said: "It didn't matter how long Mark was in prison.
Speaking of her life with the assassin, she added: "It didn't matter how long Mark was in prison, I will wait for him." FULL STORY: PAGES 4&5
For too long Mark Hughes cut a sorry figure, moaning and blaming everyone bar himself for Stoke's slide down the table, but Saturday's 2-0 win over Huddersfield was definitely a step in the right direction with the statistics showing City had sprinted more than in any other match this season.
When the Gazette visited the area, a 6ft long mark was carved onto both Mr Hanif's Focus and a neighbouring Chevrolet Matiz.
"That was awesome," Hoffa said after a disappointing sixth-place finish that included three fouls and a long mark of 66-3 3/4.
Hammond expands our understanding of Polynesian quilting with her study of Tahitian tifaifai--a regional spelling variation for the same quilting tradition (and occasionally without the long mark over the "i," depending on the source).
When I asked them why I had such a long mark on my abdomen they said the cut was made to push the baby downward, which seemed unbelievable in a Caesarian delivery," Suman said.
If the line is a weight-forward, I place the long mark at the front and the small marks behind.
Last night, a family friend said: "His family have flown over to be at his side but the doctors say they have no idea how long Mark will need to be on this life support.
Finally, the em dash or long mark is used exclusively in katakana to denote the double length of the vowel preceding it.
"When I came in to the side at West Ham I didn't have any idea how long Mark would be out.
The statement cautioned against the gross online violations which are contrary to the ethics, values and fundamentals that have long mark Bahrain's society.