Tick Mark

Tick Mark

In accounting, a mark on a document indicating that a specific task has been done. Accountants generally provide information on what each tick mark means.
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The emoji features a ballot box and a ballot paper in EU navy blue, with a tick mark on the ballot paper in EU yellow, all surrounded by the iconic ring of stars, which is triggered when the hashtags #EUElections2019 and #EP2019 are used.
There's a tick mark shaped break in the phone's rear panel, which would be seen where the motorised setup raises.
The observer was given a Direct Observer's Calendar in which a single tick mark or double tick mark was required to enter the data for that day.
Priyanka Chopra, your pose is just," he said, ending the message with a tick mark emoji.
PTI has attributed the one rejected vote to one of its MAPs who mistakenly put the tick mark at the wrong place.
The rules dictated that voters put a tick mark in the box right next to their preferred candidate's name.
tab shall be printed with tick mark for seven (7) labels.
Only earlier this year, the business-focused verified profiles were officially rolled out, allowing companies, with accounts featuring a tick mark as a sign of authentication, to communicate with users.
Beta testing lasted from July 2016 to October 2016 and involved recording interactions using both the old tick mark method and the PI database.
Segal has also not been verified by Twitter -- his account does not have the blue tick mark.
It's more of a novelty (I call it a tick mark on my 'things to do' list) which certain non-profit segments need for their noticeability.
Every day, hackers and impersonators become more and more skilled and devious in their techniques and methods, the latest one being the hijacking of verified accounts on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram (the accounts marked with a blue tick mark, with generally a very large number of followers).