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Mark

1. See: Mark to market.

2. See: Deutschemark.
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But Holloway noted that the mean price - a point halfway between the most expensive and least expensive house sold, no matter how many homes are involved - can be misleading: One extremely low price for a fixer-upper home could drive down the mean markedly.
In all cases, their otorrhea diminished markedly and their tympanic membranes were almost completely dry.
Unlike their older stores, the three new ones will be markedly larger and colorful, according to a Benetton spokesman.
Compared with others in the older population, centenarians seem to either markedly delay, or in some cases, escape life-threatening diseases such as cancer and Alzheimer's disease.
Men in the group eating more fruits and vegetables had a markedly lower risk of developing heart disease or of dying from a heart attack than did the men eating the fatty, more typical American diet.
Measurement of specific antibodies by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay revealed that rubeola (measles) IgG antibodies were markedly elevated in the CSF at 1:160 (normal, [is less than] 1:5) and in the serum at 1:5120.
The market action over the past five days has been markedly affected by what is happening in Japan.
The trade deficit with Canada also worsened as Canadian growth slowed markedly.
The earnings are down markedly over the same period of prior years for which the company reported net income of $50,980 ($.
24 hours prior to administration of either of OXiGENE's VDAs, Combretastatin-A4 phosphate (CA4P) or OXi-4503, resulted in markedly enhanced anti-tumor activity in the study.
TCHQ-induced apoptosis was markedly suppressed by treatment with a p38 inhibitor (SB203580) and mildly (but significantly) suppressed by treatment with a MAPK/ERK kinase inhibitor (U0126).
In scale and grandeur, the new station will be markedly superior to the current complex located beneath Madison Square Garden.