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Mark

1. See: Mark to market.

2. See: Deutschemark.
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My hunch is that because Calvinists added a mark (discipline) to two of Luther's most popular constituents of the church (proclamation of the word and administration of the sacraments) they were important in the development of the idea of marks.
Nevertheless, the need to place traceable marks on uncured extruded rubber continued to grow.
10 in the nation, Marks will start today on national television in the Liberty Bowl for Boise State.
A determination of the appropriate marking capabilities, from labels to direct part marks.
Thanks to advances in compounding technology, one can now get nearly white marks on black or dark-blue acetal copolymer, and off-white laser marks on dark ABS.
Each dolphin repeatedly maneuvered his body in front of the mirrors to scrutinize visible marks and hunt for ensuing sham marks, the researchers say.
And how could you explain this to the little psychiatrist, thin and slightly furtive like Mark himself.
When Marks came to the company, he had worked in public accounting and in industry.
A consummate fund-raiser, Marks also has more than tripled BB's annual budget, and the troupe has moved from a garage in the South End to a gleaming new building with seven spacious studios.
6) On one level, Johnson uses marks, marksmen, and marked men as tropes for racism, and on another level racism becomes a trope for larger marks of the human condition.
But when these operations did not appear to discourage the bidding for marks, the U.