skip mark

skip mark

[′skip ‚märk]
(geology)
A crescent-shaped mark that is one of a linear pattern of regularly spaced marks made by an object that skipped along the bottom of a stream.
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But there was a heavy opening defeat for fellow Scot David Murdoch as local skip Mark Kean shocked the Olympic runners-up 10-5.
In the second round, Stone comfortably Ffrith's Kevin Woolmore 21-8 and then really hit the high life with a terrific win over Welsh international skip Mark Harding.
Using a barcode reader and optical flatbed scanner, these systems identify and record skip mark locations on PCB subpanels and pass this information to the placement machine.
Well took only 23 minutes to hit the front when new signing Chris Kerr and skip Mark Campbell got into a fankle allowing Burns to casually lob past Ludovic Roy.
Their skip Mark Bywater failed to dislodge the the quartet of visiting bowls with his last delivery, leaving Warwickshire 113-108 winners.
Matthew Rowlands, 18, who triumphed on Monday over his Penhill chairman Wayne Letman, failed narrowly to beat the formidable Llantrisant skip Mark Harding.
With crochet hook and A, RS facing, join yarn to bottom of right front and working sc in slipped sts along front edges and in each st and every other row along neck edge, *work to marked st, ch 1, skip marked st, sc in next st; rep from * 12 (13, 13, 14, 14, 15) more times, sc to last row of right front, ch 2, sc in first st of neck, ch 1, sc along neck edge to last st at left front edge and skipping sts or rows to keep neck smooth, ch 1, sc in last st, ch 1, work sc in each slipped st along left front edge to bottom edge.
Then there is a litter-filled skip marked "the bin man is fat", paintings of Barack Obama as the Joker and a statue of Buddha with a rock instead of a head.