bookmark


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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 site has excellent guidance for new users on how to get started saving their own bookmarks to almost any Web page.
2 - Temporary "mixture of wheat and chaff" bookmarks
CUTLINE: (1) From left, contest winners Liam Gore, 7; Chris Lataille, 12; Kathryn Staples, 10; and Samuel Markey, 9, show off their winning bookmarks.
We also decided to commemorate the year 2000 by making 2,000 of these bookmarks.
The project ended up being a huge success with a total of 24,500 bookmarks being received.
PDF bookmarks is the best solution for long PDF documents," said Nedelcho Georgiev, SmartSoft CEO.
Also of use are the site's file and bookmark manager functions as well as to-do list, notepad and company manager features.
GLENDALE - Glendale Public Library will sponsor a Bookmark Contest from Monday to Friday.
But in reality, bookmarks are one of the easiest and most versatile types of wedding favors that couples can choose since everyone can use a bookmark at some time, and they're the least likely favor to be left sitting on the tables to get thrown away when the reception is over.
Amateur artists of all ages are invited to enter a bookmark design in the 22nd annual design contest sponsored by the Glendale Public Library.