Split-ticket voting in general elections, the hallmark of so-called independents, is relatively rare.
Needless to say, the gallows humor that is a hallmark of my former profession has lost much of its luster.
Over-talking something and over-publicizing and spinning things is truly a hallmark of our particular brand of Western culture.
By yesterday, he had reopened the sites for his users to resume the snarky, anonymous barbs that are the company's hallmark.
In MS, the amount and quality of myelin is abnormal, replaced by “sclerotic” plaques, the hallmark of the disease.
This tendency to detail, which is the hallmark of realism, constitutes decline.
Only the identity of the maker is revealed by the hallmark on American silver.
It was, at all events, the demeanor popularly supposed to be the hallmark of the duchess.
What (p. 310)they meant was that it was unconventional, was without the dignity of tradition to give it its hallmark.
Within, on either side, was a partition, and there was a silver clasp on which the hallmark was English.