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bookmark

1. To save something, usually on a website or in an app. I didn't have time to read that article, so I bookmarked it for later. I finally bookmarked that site since I visit it every day.
2. By extension, to commit something to memory. These green beans are delicious—let me read and bookmark your recipe.

bookmark

tv. to make a note of something, mental or written. (From the concept of bookmarking web pages.) That’s a good thought. I’ll bookmark that.
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The update to version 8.97 adds new features including the ability to create a personal diary within a Linkman bookmark database.
Because some judges might not turn on the bookmarks' panel, it is best to set your briefs and appendices so that the bookmarks' panel automatically opens on the left side of the PDF.
A blue bookmark at the bottom of the screen means that the work package is bookmarked.
The favourites will be stored in a file called bookmark.htm which can then be moved or imported elsewhere.
The bookmarks can also be purchased during office hours at the service's office in the city's Central Library in Smithford Way.
* Does it really retrieve relevant bookmarks which are related to each activity's content, so as to help realize a seamless integration between formal learning in the online environment and informal learning on the web?
Design extra bookmarks so you can share your funny poem with your friends and family.
Social bookmarking allows Internet users to store, organize, and share their bookmarks on the Internet.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-May 22, 2012-HelloBookmarks.com introduces new way to store Internet bookmarks and favourites(C)1994-2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
Social bookmarking tools allow users to store, manage, search, organize, and share their bookmarks online and access them from anywhere.
Bookmarks lets you bookmark a page, which you can use for quick reference or access in the future.
Services like Instascriber [Nuggets from this page] (that translates RSS feeds automatically into Instapaper bookmarks) just don't work well enough for me.
I recently read an article in a business publication suggesting that communications people check Delicious to see what pages of the corporate website were being saved as bookmarks by Delicious users.