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Mark

1. See: Mark to market.

2. See: Deutschemark.
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JAWAAHER showed more than enough on her racecourse introduction to suggest she is capable of getting off the mark in the markstoddart.com International Designer Maiden Stakes at Lingfield.
AIR Maze has shown more than enough on her two starts to date to suggest she is capable of getting off the mark in the Name A Race To Enhance Your Brand Maiden Fillies' Stakes at Wolverhampton.
WAYNE ROONEY got a great goal against Roma and getting off the mark for the season will give him a lot of confidence.
Unless the HQ boys have something extra special up their sleeve at Lingfield Eager Diva looks capable of getting off the mark here for her Yorkshire stable.
Charlie Egerton's gelding is an ex point-to-pointer and was fifth in a hot contest at Sandown on his timber debut last season before getting off the mark under Rules last month when outpointing Mikado.
He took 44 minutes and 51 balls before getting off the mark and it hardly got any quicker after that as he and first innings centurion Paul Weekes carried Middlesex to safety.
Genari narrowly failed to spring a 33-1 shock on his debut at Newbury last month and Paul Cole's colt should not be long in getting off the mark judged on that effort.
Conclusion Should have no trouble getting off the mark.
As soon as you sign you think about getting off the mark as quickly as possible.