Tick Mark

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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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Caption: Dots and dashes The signature element of any Goyard piece is "Goyardine"-the proprietary canvas that bears an interlocking "V," Developed by Francois Goyard's son Edmond in 1892 , the pattern consists of tiny tick marks that symbolize logs, for the Goyard family were lumbermen before they learned to make luggage.
Those getting most tick marks get elected to the Senate.
The red tick marks show the current location of the source.
Firms should use standardized tick marks to avoid unnecessary repetition in the working papers.
A good reticle in a low-power variable will allow for clearly visible subtensions at higher magnification (those little tick marks that show MOA or mils do no good if the person looking through the scope can't see them).
Regarding the reticle, the horizontal crosshair has tick marks on either side of the vertical crosshair.
The undercover investigator noted that the tests he was given had "tick marks" next to some answers, apparently made by previous test takers.
However, on the face of flatsawn red oak lumber the rays look like little short tick marks, very visible and in contrast with the surrounding wood.
Moving from left to right, make tick marks on the timeline as you ask your clients if he or she could go without an income for a few days or a week.
Last week, WhatsApp started a new feature in which the double tick marks changed to blue colour when the recipient read the message.