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a scar or pit on the skin that is left by a pustule of smallpox or acne or other eruptive disease

mark with or as if with pockmarks

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The easterly fault zone (Fraser Delta Fault) is defined by a pockmark chain that extends along strike from a known, southwesterly dipping fault having a throw of over 50 m (Fig.
WALES should not be left "covered in pockmarks of disused frack sites" a South Wales council official has warned while giving evidence to an inquiry into shale gas exploration.
He also had distinctive pockmarks which were darker in colour than his skin.
According to Judd, the rugged pockmarks are evidence of recent releases of methane from the sea floor.
Foam surfaces roughened with pockmarks left by gas bubbles are usually considered a cosmetic flaw.
Those buildings still standing are riddled with bullet holes and pockmarks, a visible sign of the invisible wounds of the war.
screen walls beside the pockmarks from shrapnel and the clattering
To identify world civilization with American values may seem foolhardy, especially before people who are well aware of the pockmarks on American foreign and domestic policy.
He is white, about 6 feet tall, with a thin build, brown eyes, wavy hair and what appeared to be pockmarks on his face.
One of them had pockmarks and another had a weasel- like face.