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Earmark may refer to:
- Earmark (agriculture), cuts or marks in the ears of animals made to show ownership
- Earmark (politics), a legislative provision that directs funds to be spent on specific projects
- Earmark (finance), a requirement that a source of revenue be devoted to a specific public expenditure
- EARMARK (markup language)
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