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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.
Increased market consolidation, simplification of analysis products, cost containment of such products and introduction of cheaper products in less developed markets are the major market strategies which are being adopted by the existing and emerging market players to sustain the cell surface markers market.
Long is accused of stealing veteran grave markers from several area cemeteries and selling them to area scrap metal dealers.
As mentioned, markers are taken from image on 10cm distance and in corresponding column of Table 1.
1) focused on prognostic risk markers for each type of cardiovascular outcome, I think their statement can be extended to any type of marker (including those derived from genomics, proteomics, and immunology), to any medical domain in which markers play a role, and to any type of outcome ranging from dichotomous outcomes (e.
The new markers, called the Singapore Brent and Singapore Gasoil markers, will be available for trading on May 22, 2009.
Such bias of the kinematic data raises concerns about the modeling and changing of markers between experimental conditions.
Buried electronic markers such as those used by Southwest Gas reflect a radio signal back to a hand-held locator device on the surface to precisely pinpoint the marked component.
Stewart said that the marker ordered for her late husband was produced by a contractor not used by the VA and was not similar to the memorial wall's other markers.
Surface-mounted markers provide a lower profile and are good when post-mounted markers are unpractical or objectionable.
But as US experts had long pointed out, the accuracy levels were less than 50 percent-the reason why tumor markers never gained much popularity among American doctors.
Sargent Art introduces the Classic Fine Tip and Classic Broad Tip Markers to their full line of felt-tip markers