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Marker

A slang term for documentation indicating that a debt is owed.
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Fiducial markers sales are anticipated to surpass 100 Mn by 2019, registering an upswing from 93.9 Mn in 2018, according to a Fact.MR study.
MY frequent travels abroad to major cities recently has gotten me interested in historical markers. This has led me to read up on it (Ref: en.m.wikipedia.org).
The marker makes it tangible,' she said at the sidelines of a three-day language summit being held at the University of the Philippines Baguio.
Earlier, he inaugurated the Jamsheed Marker Hall at the foreign ministry.
The prime minister unveiled a plaque of the Jamsheed Marker Hall at the event which was organised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to pay tribute to Jamshed Marker who passed away recently in Karachi at the age of 95.
Addressing at the inauguration ceremony of Jamsheed Marker Hall here at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Prime Minister said Jamsheed Marker earned a wide reputation as a suave and skilled envoy who always promoted Pakistan's positive image.
We also determined that 21.2% cases express at least one aberrant marker, CD13, CD33 or CD7.
Mr Marker was a man of the world, well-versed in its ways.
Marker served the country as a diplomat for an illustrious 30-year-long career in more countries than any other diplomat including the United States, Ghana, France, Japan and Geneva.
Non-EV components studied here include marker in buffer, a protein solution containing 40 g/L BSA and lipoproteins.
Data analysis: Each marker provided reproducible ISSR bands scored as present (1) and absent (0).