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Mark

1. See: Mark to market.

2. See: Deutschemark.
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Private schools in Dubai do not allow for sufficient marking time in the school day.
The workshops, run by Karen Stansfield, Damian Clark and Steve McGrath, will also tie in with an exhibition called Marking Time which is on show at Batley Art Gallery until October 20.
While marking time on the IPO front, China Everbright has reportedly filed for an issue of special bonds that Chinese banks are allowed to use to raise funds for small and medium-sized business lending.
Without it, ex-cons are just marking time on the outside before they hear the cell doors shutting behind them again.
NNA - Deputy Hani Kbeisi said that "there is no more political complex which delays the cabinet formation", adding that previous marking time and delay is the responsibility of the other team who was late to announce its final decision in not participating.
While that attempt did not work out, he held his own over hurdles last term but was really marking time for another crack at chasing.
He could be marking time, albeit in not the best of ways, before moving on to something else.
Independent power producer IPSA is marking time as its gas-fired plant at Newcastle in KwaZulu-Natal stands idle.
sitting here with you watching middle america gnaw on itself our burritos spiritless our eyes distant wandering newlyweds roll their newborn past a silver speedboat admiring its sleek design and promise of adventure eighteen wheelers lull us into post-dinner rigor mortis junction 83 has a way of marking time a cadence that sways the listless pines
Larger classes can see teacher preparation and marking time increase greatly, reducing the chances of the shy struggler at the back getting support.
They will both spend big money again and we will just be marking time.
Austria, one of the five EU parties to the Convention (alongside Germany, France, Italy and Slovenia, the non-EU parties being Monaco, Liechtenstein and Switzerland), was keen during its term to end the deadlock on this dossier which has been marking time since 2001.