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stork mark

stork mark
 n.— «My 16 month old baby still has stork marks on her forehead and upper eyelids. The pediatrician says they will fade but doesn’t say when.» —“How to Keep Well” by T.R. Van Dellen Chicago Daily Tribune Aug. 2, 1960. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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