impact mark

impact mark

[′im‚pakt ‚märk]
(geology)
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Pools of blood lay on the ground and on students' desks in the courtyard of the school near the apparent impact mark of the shell, according to a Reuters photographer at the scene.
There was an impact mark on the bus fairly high up, around head height.
It looks like it's got some kind of impact mark on it.
Each enter and leave at different phases of his life and impact Mark in diverse ways.
It was during the weeks after the tragedy, Mike said, that he discovered how much of an impact Mark had on people.
I'm not sure quite how much impact Mark will allow me, but even if it's only five per cent I will make some impression.
The impact mark on the sample specimen after the falling ball impact test was observed using a laser microscope (1LM11; Lasertec Co.
They include Chronostock, the leading French temporary-store retailer that organises sales of marked-down branded items that will introduce a new retailing model that has already made an impact mark in United Kingdom.
Appointing Mark to senior vice president of engineering reflects the high degree of excellence and impact Mark brings not only to Sentillion's engineering initiatives, but to our overall strategic growth and success.
I look forward to the impact Mark will make as a strong leader for our national sales effort which is integral to achieving our business goals.
The impact Mark has had on Welsh football is incredible.
Much of the company's work is for interiors that are under construction and prone to changes that impact Mark Richey's products, even as they are made.