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Marks and Sparks


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  • proper noun colloquial, UK The retailer Marks & Spencer.


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  • I find the difference in both similar to shopping for clothes at Marks and Sparks as opposed to a Jumble Sale.

    [good news week] hope the recession continues

  • As with the taxi drivers in Minneapolis who refuse to carry "unclean" customers with guide dogs or carrying alcohol, surely one could simply request in advance a non-Muslim driver, or in the case of Marks and Sparks, a non-Muslim checkout clerk, to avoid such problems.

    The unclean Bible...

  • This was a bit of a surprise, as I lived in a country with no Marks and Sparks.

    Smart girls use their breasts

  • What was all that business about Marks and Sparks mirrors?

    The Disappearing Local Candidates

  • Her navy suit, Marks and Sparks best, might as well have been jumble sale beside Tommy Godwin’s casual elegance.

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