drag mark

drag mark

[′drag ‚märk]
(geology)
Long, even mark usually having longitudinal striations produced by current drag of an object across a sedimentary surface.
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On my way down to camp that night, I noticed a drag mark in the snow.
A long drag mark on one of the two bird tracks particularly interested Martin.
Forensic examinations later found a 48m-long drag mark on the road that consisted of "blood and body tissue".
5) Cricket Club Drag Mark Clair, from Liverpool, is King of the Mountain on this route, which has had 25,871 attempts by 1,215 people.
Experts from the CFSL confirmed the drag mark on the roof is from the blood- soaked body being dragged after being kept in a bedsheet," the report says.
The second shot resulted in significantly heavier bolt lift (never a good sign) and a distinct drag mark on the case head where the ejector was located.
There was an eight feet-long drag mark on the carpet in the room that he died.
In a hallway, drag marks are across a dusty floor, a trace of another object taken from the building.
The prosecution told the jury there was no sign of a struggle where Kelly's body was found, but there were drag marks at her home.
Bloody drag marks were found leading to where her body had been left, covered in leaves, Winchester Crown Court heard.