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Mark

1. See: Mark to market.

2. See: Deutschemark.
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It was good to get off the mark and while I tired after an hour or so my sharpness is returning.
The Invincible Spirit filly only narrowly failed to get off the mark at the first time of asking and she made no mistake as odds-on favourite last time.
Alan Casey then doubled the home side's lead before Craig Henderson got Alnwick off the mark with two minutes to go.
Stockton were quick off the mark at the start of the second half and doubled their tally with a Matthew Cass goal 10 minutes after the restart.
40) has tackled some smart opposition this season and should get off the mark now that Weld lowers the colt's sights in the Cork Race.
However, customer expectations of streaming video and exotic applications are wildly off the mark because the industry has yet to deliver the speeds required to enable these applications.
15 Carlisle) Successful on a couple of occasions on the Flat, he showed promise in three outings over hurdles last season and Donald McCain's recent acquisition can get off the mark in this sphere.
PRESTON 1 HUDDERSFIELD 0 LEAGUE ONE CHRIS ROBERTSON admitted his relief at getting off the mark for Preston after a rough few weeks for the club.
Lost Soldier Three is proving a frustrating individual to follow but he gets his chance to get off the mark for the year in the Bet Live In PlayAt totesport.
MANCHESTER City boss Mark Hughes backed Carlos Tevez to stay on the goal trail after the striker got off the mark in the 2-0 Carling Cup win at Crystal Palace.
JAWAAHER showed more than enough on her racecourse introduction to suggest she is capable of getting off the mark in the markstoddart.
Primus Inter Pares, eighth in the Ayr Gold Cup for David Nicholls, finally got off the mark at the winter game in the JP Morgan Cazenove Maiden Chase at Catterick.