Tick Mark

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Tick Mark

In accounting, a mark on a document indicating that a specific task has been done. Accountants generally provide information on what each tick mark means.
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However, on the face of flatsawn red oak lumber the rays look like little short tick marks, very visible and in contrast with the surrounding wood.
Tick marks identify all structural and optional re-timing stages with annotation for asynchronous or mesochronous clock crossing elements
Last week, WhatsApp started a new feature in which the double tick marks changed to blue colour when the recipient read the message.
WhatsApp, the cross-platform instant messaging service available on smartphones has initiated the new facet of sending back read message confirmations to the sender by issuing blue double tick marks on the message sent.
Bankers are making tick marks and completing spreadsheets (usually at the end of every week or month to please the sales manager) indicating how many calls they made on prospects, clients and referral sources.
Existence of signatures instead of tick marks and similar tick marks on result sheets were main factors behind suspension of the process, another official of the team said on condition of anonymity.
Students practiced tracing a circle, making tick marks and lines to replicate the rose window, or spider web appearance of the mesh part of the Dream Catchers.
The Ballistic-X is the same except for three elevation tick marks on the lower quadrant of its vertical crosshair spaced for centerfire rifles.
They typically contain vertical lines or tick marks, which may be above, below or cross over the number line, and delineate sections on the number line.
For example the grid intervals were refined to 5 degree increments except in the polar regions, and as can be seen in the flanking grid scales (-30[degrees] to +30[degrees]) the tick marks were thickened and extended every 5[degrees].
Whenever I mount any of these fancy-reticle scopes, the first thing I do is set it at the magnification I intend to use it (usually the highest), look through it at a one-inch-grid sight-in target at 100 yards, and see how many inches down from center each of the tick marks fall.