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Marker

A slang term for documentation indicating that a debt is owed.
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Genetic markers had the following two uses in marker-assisted introgression (Visscher et al.
This implementation required the markers to be on each of the boxes.
To estimate the technical feasibility of fiducial marker implantation, we recorded the number of puncture sites required to place the fiducial markers, the number of fiducial marker per patient, and the time for fiducial marker implantation.
The existing methods considered the 3-D reconstruction of the markers separately thus ignore the relationship between them.
7, by the owner of Starr Scrap Metals, who said he had taken in, for the second time in two days, cemetery veteran service grave markers for scrap.
1) propose prospective follow-up studies as the best design for studying prognostic markers, and this is certainly the case for this class of markers (2).
Ankle joint centers were estimated in both cases by the average of medial and lateral ankle marker positions, and a knee center was estimated by the average of medial and lateral markers located near the top of the shank piece.
Portable, hand-held equipment is used to find electronic markers by transmitting a radio frequency signal into the ground.
Biochemical markers of bone turnover are substances that serve as indicators of bone remodeling activity, either bone destruction or formation.
Americans United's legal department sent two letters to the VA, demanding approval of the pentacle for use on markers, headstones and plaques.
The posts for post-mounted markers should be made from 24-gauge steel, aluminum or fiberglass.
Other advantages of using these markers include the following: