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bookmark in Newspapers, printing, publishing topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbookmarkbook‧mark1 /ˈbʊkmɑːk $ -mɑːrk/ noun [countable]  1 TCNa piece of paper, leather etc that you put in a book to show you the last page you have read2 a way of saving the address of a page on the Internet so that you can find it again
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bookmarkI still keep as a bookmark my ticket for the 1989 Revolution Day parade in Red Square.Many scores of pages are devoted to these topics and the general reader will need to keep a bookmark in the footnotes.Readers can also be reached by means of bibliographic bookmarks or flyers providing genre-specific lists of authors and titles.Another gift that was well received was a book of poetry for which I made a pressed flower bookmark.You can make planes out of it, paste it on walls and windows, color it or use it for bookmarks.Or just make bookmarks on your browser and come back to them later.Many valuable ancillary features, including the capabilities for annotating by means of notes, bookmarks, and hyperlinks are also provided.Every other bookmark was a blank shred of typing paper.