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Hash marks, used in Ice Hockey are two pairs of parallel lines on either side of the face-off circles in both ends of the rink. In American football and Canadian football, the hash marks are two rows of lines near the middle of the field that are parallel to the side lines. These small lines (about 1 yard long) are used to mark every yard on the field between the 5-yard lines, which go from sideline to sideline.


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