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Mark

1. See: Mark to market.

2. See: Deutschemark.
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That sense of our finitude and the necessity for contact with the "other" that is central to the Cain myth is what Toni Morrison retains in the stories of her marked women.
Ritter Arnold, President and Chief Executive Officer of Marked Tree Bancshares, stated, "We look forward to becoming a part of the Pocahontas Bancorp organization.
The proposed merger will be submitted to the shareholders of Marked Tree Bancshares for their consideration and approval.
Most uncured extrusions are still marked with a 24" (circumference) contact printing wheel that applies pigmented ink.
In the end, it is Jesus' voice crying out in agony to the very God who had marked him with the Spirit and appointed him as God's own child.
There was no clear industry definition of what the minimum amount of information to be marked on parts should be.
Says color-business manager Stuart Swain, "There are tremendous opportunities for different colors to be marked white, green, or yellow on a black background.
An earlier, less widely noticed study of mirror looking by marked dolphins also indicated that dolphins recognize themselves, but Gallup considers the methodology of the new study to be more sophisticated.
The IRS stated that exempting specific investments from being marked to market would require clear and convincing evidence that the security was not connected to the trader's business.
Interval 1: In the ready position with feet shoulder width apart (facing North) the athletes place their right foot on the line marked "B".
5) Marked extensively by Eastern and Western philosophy, the novel relies on "intersubjectivity and cross-cultural experience" (Being 38) as a way of rethinking the traumatic ordeal of the slave trade.
24 per share was first paid in February 1994 and marked the third increase in the last eight quarters and the 29th dividend increase in the 25 years since the Company's public formation in 1969.