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Laurel Woodcock
10 × 10 × 1 cm

The check mark or tick used most commonly North America has several meanings: a check mark can indicate verification, approval, or completion when placed next to an item on a to-do list. They appear on multiple-choice questionnaires, shopping lists, and in the supplied box of an official form. A big red check mark often appears on product packaging – particularly in the rhetoric of the new and improved.

Edition of 10.

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