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hallmark

noun champion, example, exemplar, good example, height of perfection, ideal, model, model of virtue, paramount example, specimen, standard, standard for comparison, summit, the best
Associated concepts: hallmark law
See also: brand, designation, device, label, stamp, symbol, trademark
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The Hallmark movie that is my favorite is 'A Christmas to Remember,'" Cohn continues.
This year Hallmark introduced its latest innovation --the card pocket.
Over the next few months, the groups will finalise the terms under which Hallmark Health will join the Wellforce system and work with the appropriate regulatory agencies to secure the necessary approvals.
Hallmark's family of companies also includes Crayola, maker of creative art tools and toys, Crown Center, a mixed-use entertainment, office and residential district in Kansas City, and Hallmark International, which offers products in more than 30 languages available in 100 countries.
Viewership ticked up slightly in 2013 when Hallmark expanded its offerings, and this year the network went all-in.
Hallmark greeting cards and other products are found in more than 38,000 retail outlets in the United States, including the network of flagship Hallmark Gold Crown stores.
Another owner of a licensed Hallmark dealer said sales had been flat or down at her Batesville Hallmark store since 2008.
Among the many innovations that Hallmark has brought to the social expressions business and to the Hallmark/retailer partnership, perhaps none is more important than the merchandising displays the company introduced in the 1930s.
So far most of the items we have seen have been wedding rings, but there is some men's jewellery around and we expect to see designers experimenting widely with this "new" metal now that consumers have the additional reassurance of a hallmark.
Kenin says he realized pretty quickly that Hallmark Channel's viewers were not going to be treated to the turbulent hi-jinks of Mel Gibson and Danny Glover, even if some of the more extreme violence got edited out.
Lives are busier, people are making increasing efforts to organize and get ahead,'' said Hallmark spokeswoman Rachel Bolton.
Hallmark says they've gotten the approval of the company's board (based, of course, in Germany, but with product wunderkind Wolfgang Bernhard [chairman of the VW board of management] in the pivotal position; his stint with Chrysler in Auburn Hills undoubtedly goes a long way in providing a perspective that has more than a passing view of the U.