dog-ear

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dog-ear

1. noun The corner of a page of a book that has been turned down to mark one's place. I always leave a dog-ear in my textbooks to indicate an important page when I'm studying.
2. verb To fold over the corner of a page of a book to mark one's place. I really hate it when people dog-ear their books. It ruins the look of the page!
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ARCHER Kathryn (nee Moore) 1961 - 2007 Our book of memories' dog eared, the pages tear stained too, we have a million memories, but we wish we still had you.
This is a fact well known to teacher and parent Stacey Gable who has written "The New Blue Tractor" in the Dog Eared Publishing series 'Readin' Machines'.
The Pilot evening features work from groups including The Dog Eared Collective (right) who will be performing their Wireless Sketch Show.