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a marker (a piece of paper or ribbon) placed between the pages of a book to mark the reader's place

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And I would love to have Bookmarks on my Nook, too.
The bookmarks have been devised by the Cleveland Emergency Planning Unit to help the public and business community understand the risks in the area and how to prepare should an incident occur.
I bookmark lots of websites, read lots of online journals, get abstracted and filtered information from a variety of "push" technologies, and subscribe to several listservs and other content distributors.
Or use multiple words to find bookmarks that include all of them; for example, "HIV tuberculosis" currently finds 66 bookmarks.
us site also provides a location for saving personal bookmarks that can be accessed from any computer so that if you're on the road and want to visit a bookmarked page but don't have your regular computer, you can find the links easily nonetheless.
Getting to your bookmarks is usually easy; as with many computer features, there are about a dozen different ways of doing the same thing.
While there are other options for sharing bookmarks, such as iKeepBookmarks.
Perhaps the associations of the word marker, in the sense of something used to write, as in laundrymarker, work against the combination bookmarker, since bookmarks may mark places, but not in pencil or ink.
I'm hesitating making the switch because I've built up so many handy bookmarks over the years that I'd hate to have to create a new browser list.
0, a powerful Windows web-monitoring application that manages your browser bookmarks, makes scheduled visits to web sites to look for changes, and retrieves and highlights the changed contents.
This multi-year campaign includes posters, ads, direct mail, e-mail, bookmarks and e-newsletters that steer students to the campaign Web site, www.
Local judges selected winners from hundreds of entries from children of all ages who created bookmarks that interpreted this year's theme, ``Freedom to Read.
Pomegranate offers a selection of bookmarks that feature black-and-white photographs of Langston Hughes, Harriet Tubman, legendary jazz and blues musicians and sports figures.
You will need to create new bookmarks once you're on the new site.
Some members use fancy paper or decorate their bookmarks, but this is optional.