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Mark may refer to:
People[change | edit source]
Christian religion[change | edit source]
- Curse and mark of Cain, Cain's was not able to harvest crops and had a nomadic lifestyle
- Gospel of Mark, one of the books of the Bible, and the Secret Gospel of Mark
- Mark the Evangelist (Saint Mark)
- Mark of the Beast, a sign or number told in the Book of Revelation
- St Mark's Basilica, the most well known of the churches of Venice and an example of Byzantine architecture
Money[change | edit source]
- Mark (money), An piece of money.
Places[change | edit source]
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- Mark, or marches, the border territory of a country
- Baruth/Mark, a village in the Teltow-Fläming district of Brandenburg, Germany. It is situated 24 km east of Luckenwalde, and 53 km south of Berlin.
- County of Mark, a county of the Holy Roman Empire
- Mark (Dender), a river in Belgium, tributary of the Dender
- Mark (Dintel) a river in Belgium and the Netherlands, also known as the Dintel
- Mark Hundred in Sweden
- Mark Municipality in Sweden
- Mark, Somerset, a village in Somerset, United Kingdom
- Mark, Illinois, a village in the United States
Business[change | edit source]
- Service mark, image used to identify a service rather than a product
- Trade mark, a special sign of some kind which is used by a business to uniquely show itself and its products and services
- The victim in a confidence trick
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