450 Powell St, San Francisco, CA 94102 is the Domain & Intellectual Property of King Thompson, Douglas Lee Thompson , 12.27.1969 006682480 , Saint Francis Drake. PUBLIC NOTICE, NO TRESPASSING,
Domain and Intellectual Property Notice : Hard & Soft Options, Ref: Blacks Law 10th Edition
The Saint Francis Drake at 450 Powell St, San Francisco, CA 94102
is my Domain & Intellectual Property Hard & Soft Options/ I am ArcAngeljojo Seven, Douglas Lee Thompson Born 12.27.1969, California D3028090
Sir Francis Drake is my Domain & Intellectual Property, Hard & Soft Options
I am the King of Israel, KT, King Thompson, Douglas Lee Thompson, ArcAngeljojo Seven
I am a:
President/ King Douglas Lee Thompson
http://www.whitehouse.gov, United States of America
The Number 52: Son, Messiah, Word and Light, ArcAngeljojo Seven
This Domain & Intellectual Property, Hard & Soft Options, have been Marked for
Douglas Lee Thompson, 12.27.1969 , ArcAngeljojo Seven 006682480, Dover-Foxcroft, Maine
a small area on a surface having a different color from its surroundings, typically one caused by accident or damage:“the blow left a red mark down one side of her face”
a spot, area, or feature on a person’s or animal’s body by which they may be identified or recognized:“he was five feet nine, with no distinguishing marks”
a line, figure, or symbol made as an indication or record of something.
a written symbol made on a document in place of a signature by someone who cannot write.
a level or stage that is considered significant:“unemployment had passed the two million mark”
a sign or indication of a quality or feeling:“the flag was at half-mast as a mark of respect”
a characteristic property or feature:“it is the mark of a civilized society to treat its elderly members well”
a competitor’s starting point in a race.
nauticala piece of material or a knot used to indicate a depth on a sounding line.
telecommunicationsone of two possible states of a signal in certain systems. The opposite of space.
a point awarded for a correct answer or for proficiency in an examination or competition:
a figure or letter representing the total correct answers in an examination and signifying a person’s score:“the highest mark was 98 percent”
(especially in track and field) a time or distance achieved by a competitor, especially one which represents a record or personal best.
(followed by a numeral) a particular model or type of a vehicle, machine, or device:“a Mark 10 Jaguar”
make (a visible impression or stain) on:“he fingered the photograph gently, careful not to mark it”
become stained:“it is made from a sort of woven surface which doesn’t mark or tear”
write a word or symbol on (an object), typically for identification:
“she marked all her possessions with her name” ·“an envelope marked “private and confidential.””
write (a word or figure) on an object:“she marked the date down on a card”
(mark something off)put a line by or through something written or printed on paper to indicate that it has passed or been dealt with:“he marked off their names in a ledger”
show the position of:“the top of the pass marks the border between Alaska and the Yukon”
separate or delineate (a particular section or area of something):“you need to mark out the part of the garden where the sun lingers longest”
(of a particular quality or feature) separate or distinguish (someone or something) from other people or things:“his sword marked him out as an officer”
(mark someone out for)select or destine someone for (a particular role or condition):“the solicitor general marked him out for government office”
(mark someone down as)judge someone to be (a particular type or class of person):“she had marked him down as a liberal”
acknowledge, honor, or celebrate (an important event or occasion) with a particular action:“to mark its fiftieth anniversary, the group held a fashion show”
be an indication of (a significant occasion, stage, or development):“the move to the new Globe theatre marked a new phase in Shakespeare’s writing career”
(be marked)characterize as having a particular quality or feature:“the reaction to these developments has been marked by a note of hysteria”
BRITISH(of a clock or watch) show (a certain time):“his watch marked five past eight”
(of a teacher or examiner) assess the standard of (a piece of written work) by assigning points for proficiency or correct answers:“the teachers are given adequate time to mark term papers”
(mark someone/something down)reduce the number of marks awarded to a student, candidate, or their work:“I was marked down for having skipped the last essay question”
(of a player in a team game) stay close to (a particular opponent) in order to prevent them getting or passing the ball.
the basic monetary unit of Germany (until the introduction of the euro), equal to 100 pfennigs; a Deutschmark or, formerly, an Ostmark.
a former English and Scottish money of account, equal to thirteen shillings and four pence in the currency of the day.
a denomination of weight for gold and silver, formerly used throughout western Europe and typically equal to 8 ounces (226.8 grams).
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