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Mark

1. See: Mark to market.

2. See: Deutschemark.
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Now the club have confirmed they intend to take further action, while Baggies chairman Jeremy Peace revealed reports linking Koumas with a permanent move to Cardiff -where he spent last season on loan - are wide of the mark.
Fans who liken him to Houl-lier are very wide of the mark.
It must be the case, therefore, that the interpretation by the American media of comments in Ford's third quarter report that Browns Lane would close is alarmingly wide of the mark.
Nugent missed the chance to make it 2-0 after the break when he glanced his header wide of the mark.
RUGBY UNION: Leicester scrum-half Julien Dupuy insists talk of a summer move to Stade Francais is wide of the mark, but admits a return to France is on the cards at the end of this season.
The Construction Industry Federation added a boycott of Irish workers in Poland was wide of the mark as migrant workers enjoyed better protection here than at home.
As their conversation took place in French, behind closed doors in the manager's office, it astounds him (and me) that reports can be so wide of the mark.
However, it appears talk of Smith's career being in jeopardy is wide of the mark and Ferguson said: "There is no doubt Alan will be back.
Reports striker Federico Nieto and midfielder Brahim Hemdani were poised to make their Old Firm debuts were wide of the mark.
But his accusation that Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard is a bad example for the nation's children is incredibly wide of the mark.
People who haven't Jesus in their hearts and as a result of their Faith a great compassion and love for people usually are very wide of the mark.
Steele might have added a spectacular second but his acrobatic overhead kick was wide of the mark.