What is hallmark?

  • (noun): A distinctive characteristic or attribute.
    Synonyms: trademark, earmark, stylemark
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A hallmark is an official mark or series of marks struck on items made of precious metals—platinum, gold, silver and in some nations, palladium. In a more general sense, the term hallmark can also be used to refer to any distinguishing characteristic or trait.

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Flights Hallmark - Rotala
... Flights Hallmark bought the Surrey Connect business, which became part of Rotala shortly afterwards ... has now been sold to Wiltax, two routes are still operated from Flight Hallmark's Heathrow depot with Surrey Connect branding ... The Flights Hallmark Avonmouth and Keynsham depots near Bristol is also home to it's Wessex Bus services ...
Hallmark, Louisville
... Hallmark is a small, primarily residential neighborhood in western Louisville, Kentucky, USA founded in 1965 ... The creation of the Hallmark neighborhood is a phenomenon ... There are few distinctions that separate Hallmark from the surrounding areas of Park Duvalle or Shively ...
Pandemic (TV Miniseries)
... Pandemic is a 2007 Hallmark Channel original mini-series with an ensemble cast ... It is now available on DVD through Hallmark Entertainment ...
List Of Programs Broadcast By Hallmark Channel
... This is a list of programs broadcast by Hallmark Channel in the United States, both past and present ... For international versions of the channel, see Hallmark Channel (International) ...
The Good Witch's Garden
... The Good Witch's Garden is a Hallmark Channel television film, the sequel to The Good Witch ... It premiered on Hallmark Channel on February 7, 2009 ... the series, The Good Witch's Gift, aired November 13, 2010 on Hallmark Channel ...

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Famous quotes containing the word hallmark:

    Infantilism is possibly the hallmark of our generation.
    John Wells (b. 1936)

    Do you suppose that sacrifice is the hallmark of moral action?—Just stop to consider whether sacrifice is not involved in every action that is done with deliberation, the worst as well as the best.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)