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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 Valentine's Day theme, "Pucker Up for Valentine's Day with Hallmark Canada," linked this national pastime with romance in an attention-grabbing double entendre.
This potential "dating dilemma" became the focus of media materials and pitches, as well as the in-store materials developed by Hallmark.
Michael Millard (55), of Warstone Lane, Hockley, Birmingham, and Dean Millard (30), of Vicarage Road, Edgbaston, deny 32 charges of breaking the Hallmark Act and obtaining money by deception.
It was alleged gold rings were produced with a hallmark cast into them rather than submitted to the Assay Office to have an official hallmark stamped into them.
27 per cent and was mainly brought about by the demand in the trade for the marking of products with the special Millennium hallmark which is being struck only in 1999 and 2000.
We are very excited about the 2008 editions of Hallmark Card Studio, as they offer our customers an unprecedented array of greeting card options and creative projects," said Barry Evleth, Director of Product Marketing for Creative Home.