Mark

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Mark may refer to:

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  • Gospel of Mark, one of the books of the Bible in the New Testament
  • Mark the Evangelist (Saint Mark, died 68 AD), traditional author of this Gospel
  • John Mark, a New Testament figure usually identified with the Evangelist
  • Pope Mark (died 336), short-lived pope who reigned during the year 336
  • Mark a slave executed near Boston in 1755.

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  • Mark (unit), an archaic European unit of weight whose use for precious metal gave rise to the currencies
  • Part of grading students' work

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