A proper indicator of this hallmark is the presence of messages that attempt to establish an association between the targeted group and the exploitation and victimization of a societal group.
In a government whose hallmark is supposed to be the separation of powers, federal prosecutors are a glaring and dangerous exception.
Our Center's hallmark is its coordinated, multidisciplinary approach.
Ms. Resnick's hallmark is her marketing prowess, which she used to turn a little-eaten fruit into a product known to millions.
The wrap rollout comes on the heels of a giveaway on national Doughnut Day on Friday — a free doughnut with beverage purchase — that highlighted a Dunkin 'hallmark neither McDonald's nor Starbucks could match (Krispy Kreme, however, also gave away doughnuts for the day).
Although the majority of cases are ones in which children are exploited, this hallmark is not limited to victimization of children.
Its hallmark is the phenomenon of spontaneous coordination.
The syndrome's hallmark is agonizing, burning pain.
In fact, Alzheimer's sort of hallmark is short-term memory loss.