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- Remove the innards of (fish or poultry) prior to cooking
- the act of making something clean; "he gave his shoes a good cleaning"
- (clean) free from dirt or impurities; or having clean habits; "children with clean shining faces"; "clean white shirts"; "clean dishes"; "a spotlessly clean house"; "cats are clean animals"
- make clean by removing dirt, filth, or unwanted substances from; "Clean the stove!"; "The dentist cleaned my teeth"
- Make (something or someone) free of dirt, marks, or mess, esp. by washing, wiping, or brushing
- English businessman who created a retail chain (1888-1964)
- Simon, 1st Baron Marks of Broughton (1888–1964), English businessman. He developed a chain of retail stores called Marks & Spencer in 1926
- (mark) a number or letter indicating quality (especially of a student's performance); "she made good marks in algebra"; "grade A milk"; "what was your score on your homework?"
- (mark) tag: attach a tag or label to; "label these bottles"
- Any high vertical surface or facade, esp. one that is imposing in scale
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- A continuous vertical brick or stone structure that encloses or divides an area of land
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Post race "talk" with Mark Martin
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Upset With Mark Martin After Michigan NASCAR Race, But Calmer After Hendrick Teammates Speak
Dale Earnhardt Jr. roared through the Michigan International Speedway garage, hitting the brakes just as his No. 88 car approached the lift gate of his hauler. The car's momentum left it skidding to a stop on the lift gate, and he hastily unbuckled his belts and climbed out, dropping his helmet on the roof of the car with a thud.
The Hendrick Motorsports driver stood for a moment, hands on his hips, and stared in disgust at his wrecked machine.
This was clearly the most frustrated he'd been after a NASCAR race in 2011. And it wasn't just the 21st-place finish that bothered him, but how he ended up with the disappointing result.
"The defining moment," he said, "probably was getting ran into the wall by Mark."
On the last long green-flag run of the race, Earnhardt Jr. was gaining ground on teammate Mark Martin when, suddenly, Martin moved up the track and forced Earnhardt Jr. into the wall.
Replays were inconclusive, but it seemed unlikely the typically clean-racing Martin would do anything to jeopardize another driver's day – let alone a teammate's.
But Earnhardt Jr. was upset that Martin put both drivers into that situation in the first place.
"If the tables were turned, I'd have been smarter and given him plenty of room," Earnhardt Jr. said, his voice rising. "He's older than me, been racing forever, he's forgot more stuff than I'll ever know. But still, I take better care of people (on the track) than that."
If similar circumstances presented themselves in the future, Earnhardt Jr. said, "I'll still drive on the outside of him; hopefully he won't run me in the wall."
Minutes later, about 10 haulers down the row, Martin emerged in a blue t-shirt and seemed surprised to hear Earnhardt Jr. was upset.
"He got up on the outside of me coming off the corner and I squeezed him," Martin said. "It was an accident. We had an accident."
Martin said he would have gladly given Earnhardt Jr. racing room – if he'd known the driver was on his right-rear quarterpanel.
But by the time Martin realized it, he said, "it was too late."
"I had my front wheels cut and I let off the gas, and that's all I could do at that point," he said. "It was my mistake."
Martin then shred and held his hands up in a gesture that indicated, 'What else do you want me to say?'
"I don't have a history of having problems," he said. "I think we'll get it sorted out. I feel like I give everybody on the racetrack plenty of respect. I made a mistake."
It's rare for Earnhardt Jr. to get publicly upset with another driver, and Martin likely wanted to resolve any ill feelings as soon as possible.
So the veteran driver walked down the row of haulers and glance to the left upon passing the No. 88, peering inside the open door.
There, Martin saw Earnhardt Jr. talking with crew chief Steve Letarte. Martin stopped in his tracks, went into the hauler and immediately started explaining what happened.
He left after a brief conversation, and Earnhardt Jr. seemed to have calmed down afterward.
"I feel better," Earnhardt Jr. said. "He got tight off the corner – I had the same thing happen to me (earlier in the race). I can't tell when he's pushing. I got up on his right-rear quarter panel, and he got real, real tight up off the corner. He was out of the gas, wasn't nothing he could do."
So did Earnhardt Jr. accept Martin's explanation for the incident?
"Absolutely, yeah," he said. "Mark wouldn't lie to me."
Earnhardt Jr. shifted his weight and took a breath. Though he remained third in points, his emphasis on consistency this season has left him particularly frustrated when his results don't match the car's potential.
"I was just pissed off at the end of the race – just mad," he said. "Cause I want to finish where I'm supposed to finish, and that didn't happen today, so I was real PO'd about it. But Mark come gave me a good explanation. I believe it, and that's the end of it."
It's not the first favourite but is the most important one to me. 1980. I was living in Chicago on an exchange programme I set up from Manchester Polytechnic with the School of the Art Institute of Chicago... I was working to get away from black and white photography. I wanted to master colour without relying on the strength of b&w's graphic allure. I still clearly remember this. It was hot and humid and very bright. The sun was almost directly overhead. Walking along absorbed by other stuff; I used to walk along Goethe because it was away from the traffic on Lakeshore Drive and I liked the idea of taking a small detour along a philosopher's alley. A very quiet little street, exclusive homes, I reckoned and I hoped it would rub off on me. And there was this very clean looking guy doing something with a rag and bucket and ladder. So I took a photograph. I liked the balance of everything in the shot - curves, angles straights horizontals, light shade and a little bit of red on the ladder, picked up in the flowers along the bonnet and in the window box. The silver grey car and green windows seem a foil for the colour of the wall and hedge. And the symmetry within the window frames. And the spherical lights leaning over with the phone line shadows glancing down the wall. It's very busy but very still at the same time. I could go on.
I used to process my own negs then. I used 100asa c42 film overexposed half a stop and underdeveloped half a stop. My tutors at college thought I was shooting transparency and doing c type prints. Says it all really.
I printed something like 300 off this negative postcard size for the college photography degree show invitations. Each one had to be burned in at the corners and the right hand side to get the telegraph line shadows dark enough and dodged around the man and the centre above the tree.
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