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Marker

A slang term for documentation indicating that a debt is owed.
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As a company spokesperson noted, the chalk markers, which are available on Amazon, are an upgraded version of the markers.
Disease diagnosis and identification and research and drug discovery are the two prime application areas of cell surface marker analysis.
Clinton and Sterling Police are working to return grave markers, stolen from local cemeteries.
In addition, marker pattern is proposed in order to increase reliability of markers' detection.
Comparison of marker levels measured in study participants who have (diagnostic context) or who have developed (prognostic or screening context) the outcome, to the levels measured in a fraction or subset of randomly selected individuals without the outcome, allows for correct estimates of the predictive values of the marker levels.
For the Singapore Brent marker, ICE will allow premiums and discount trades of up to $0.
The purpose of this investigation was to determine whether the choice of marker location might explain the exaggerated ankle dorsiflexion reported in the literature and, if so, whether more accurate ankle kinematics could be obtained with a different marker set.
Specific marker versions are provided for every utility category, with individual colors and interrogation frequencies to distinguish between utilities, as assigned by the American Public Works Association.
Post-mounted markers provide higher visibility and have more room for you to provided detailed information about the buried cable.
Kobayashi's tumor marker combination assay (TMCA) is twice as sensitive as the PET (positron emission tomography) examination.
These animals steal the spotted cats' fresh kills for an easy meal, says Laurie Marker, a zoologist and the founder and executive director of the Cheetah Conservation Fund.