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Hallmark moment

A particularly poignant, memorable, or emotionally touching moment or event, i.e., one that would be suitable as a greeting card. A reference to the Hallmark brand of greeting cards. Sometimes used ironically or satirically. With so much of the extended family coming to visit, Grandpa's 80th birthday is turning into quite the Hallmark moment!
See also: hallmark, moment

have all the hallmarks of (someone or something)

To have all the traits that are usually associated with a particular person or thing. Come on, kids, be honest—the house has all the hallmarks of the aftermath of a wild party. This has all the hallmarks of an inside job.
See also: all, hallmark, have, of

have all the ˈhallmarks of somebody/something

have all the characteristics or typical features of somebody/something: The burglary had all the hallmarks of a professional job.
Hallmarks are marks put on gold and silver objects that show the quality of the metal and give information about when and where they were made.
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Crown Center is a real estate development company that manages the 85-acre hotel, office, entertainment and residential campus surrounding Hallmark's headquarters.
The new Hallmark Drama program "will give a town in need an extreme Hallmark holiday transformation," according to a press release.
McAnarney adds that Hallmark works closely with its retail partners to ensure their in-store greeting card department is stocked with cards that are relevant, easy to navigate, and appropriate for each store's customer.
Bure said the reaction to her Hallmark Christmas movies encourages her to keep making them but also find interesting ways to tell stories that fit the formula.
The complaint states that Hallmark, Dash and Zipkin never disclosed to the customers that the shares they were purchasing belonged to Hallmark, the firm was charging extraordinary markups on the transactions, the firm was selling Avalanche shares to other customers during the same period at much lower prices, or that the shares could be purchased for substantially less on the open market.
(Americans, Hall realized, wanted greater privacy in their correspondence.) By 1928, the Hall Brothers' "mark of quality" became the company's new name: Hallmark.
"We're extremely excited to expand Hallmark's current Hispanic offering to better reflect world views," says Ayala.
With 25 years of experience in the property/casualty insurance industry, Anand joins Hallmark most recently from Torus Insurance Holdings Limited.
The stunt on the Hallmark and Hallmark Movie channels begins Friday afternoon and continues into the early morning hours of July 15.
Users can choose Hallmark templates from a set of categories including Congrats, Love you, Miss you, Thank you and more.
Consumer Affairs Minister to take the hallmarking process in India to take it to the next level by making it mandatory for all hallmarking centres to be enable compliant so that a piece of jewellery hallmarked in India can be accepted by any other country in the world.
CASTELFIDARDO, AN, ITALY--Somacis (somacis.com) has acquired fellow PCB fabricator Hallmark Circuits (hallmarkcircuits.com) for an undisclosed sum.
Petty's Hallmark Shop of Jonesboro announced May 18 it was closing after 26 years.
"The hallmark is marked in the jewellery and it consists of five logos.