The house was dark and shabby, and the greasy shoulders that had left their mark
Baskerville sat for a long time, his eyes fixed upon it, and I read upon his eager face how much it meant to him, this first sight of that strange spot where the men of his blood had held sway so long and left their mark
S T Vaughan, Yardley Wood Ed Doolan and Cyrille Regis both left their mark
in the Midlands
The dictionary, published since 1885, describes individuals who have left their mark
on British society.
A SERIES of overseas classroom assistants have left their mark
at Tile Hill Wood School and Language college.
They reminded us of the Swedes, Danes, Norwegians and Finns who arrived here as woodsmen and farmers and left their mark
in place names and archival photos of tree-felling camps, sawmills and boomtowns.
Whether they are finding ore where it wasn't before, creating dozens of jobs through a restaurant chain or leading by example, they have all left their mark
on the Northern Ontario economy.
It is no accident that in the festival souvenir program, among the 10 photographs of Danish dancers who have left their mark
on the international scene, they are all males (including Peter Martins, Ib Andersen, Erik Bruhn, Peter Schaufuss, Nikolaj Hubbe, and Johan Kobborg).
"Davis Brody Bond LLP has left their mark
on New York City with exceptional projects and we are pleased to have them involved in working towards building the memorial that will honor all of those who lost their lives on September 11th 2001 and in the 1993 bombings."
One inquiring reader wants to go back in time when people on the move left their mark
on the wall.
The garden closed under duress in 1823, but the performances left their mark
, establishing many theatrical careers.
All the trends that have come and gone have left their mark
on Santa Cruz and on me.
National consolidation, overseas exploration, conquest, and settlement, urban and regional development, commercial expansion, agrarian reform, and scientific, religious, and humanist rethinking have all been shown to depend on the new geography of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, and geographical interests have been seen to have left their mark
on literary and artistic expression of all sorts.
Atmospheric pollutants have again left their mark
in the skies over Antarctica as this year's ozone hole reached maturity last week.
The emphasis on refined and sophisticated poses, the lack of interest in communicating with "the mass," have left their mark
. This style of discussion is snobbish because of its deliberate disconnection from the substance of an issue and from the people who might want to hear an answer; it is dangerous not simply for the poison it spreads but also because of the time it wastes.