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Synonyms for hashmark

an insignia worn to indicate years of service

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With the advent of multi-point reticles, some American hunters preferred FFP scopes because the dots or hashmarks in the scope always worked the same way, no matter the magnification.
Once the ball has advanced into the front court, both wings have maintained their wide spacing by sprinting to the second hashmark (in the front-court on their respective side) and then slashing directly at a diagonal angle to the basket in a typical "3 on 2" fastbreak type of action, with the 1-man dribbling the ball in the center of the court.
With a 200-yard zero you've got elevation hashmarks out to 600 yards, with cascading wind dots for 10 mph full-value winds.
There are hashmarks on the reticle to either side of the center circle/dot at 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 10 mils, for windage and lead.
This scope features the company's Boone & Crockett reticle system, and those hashmarks are definitely beneficial during extended range opportunities.
Oregon has a first down on the Cal 31, the football on the left hashmark as the Ducks drive toward the Stadium Club.
Secondary Coverages: Our basic calls are Slant Weak, Cover 3 and Slant Strong, Cover 2, but these coverages are adjustable, depending on hashmark location and the offensive formation.
He lofted the ball just as a hard-charging Bryan Cox was about to turn him into a hashmark.
Washington fielded the kickoff at the 3-yard line, headed up the left hashmark and used blocks by Keith Lewis and Chris Solomona to break through the initial wave of Bruins.
The Bruins would run the play once - from the left hashmark, soon after running a real option play.
It was clean from the left hashmark with 31 seconds left.
1, we set the ball on our right hashmark and deploy our four fastest cover guys (usually DB-types) on the sideline side of the hash.
From hashmark to hashmark, here's the good and the bad:
When a buck shows up at 450 yards, they aim with the "correct" hashmark and the bullet zips over the buck's back.
1, after a touchdown we would have our center line up on the left hashmark and the guards, tackles, and left end set up on either side of him in narrow splits with their backs to the goal line.