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Mark

1. See: Mark to market.

2. See: Deutschemark.
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The Portuguese would prefer Taylor not to be in charge - but last night PGMOL, who have made Mark Clattenburg the fourth official - gave no indication they are planning to switch.
Dr Stephan Harrison, an adviser to the Government on climate change, spoke about why global warming has made Mark's trip more dangerous and his route inaccessible.
However he has struggled to claim a place under Chris Powell, who made Mark Hudson skipper and last week signed defender or midfielder David Edgar on loan from Birmingham City.
"The difference was Preston hit the target and made Mark work.
It is not far fetched to think that it is colonialism and Apartheid that made Mark Dawe be where he is and me where I am.
Emmerdale Derren Brown: The Event Live (7pm) Debbie gives in to temptation, but warns Michael they must keep their affair secret, Faye is pleased to have made Mark jealous, and Carl urges Chas to be honest about her feelings.
PC Pugh is unable to speak freely to the media, but his partner Ruth Pash, with whom he lives in Quakers Yard, near Merthyr Tydfil, said, 'The latest letter has made Mark extremely anxious about the future.'
'But what really made Mark go back on the practice table was his lack of results.
And it's that sort of attitude that has made Mark Ralph an indispensable member of the Scottish hockey team which this year has made it to the European Championships for the first time since 1995.
And it has made Mark even more desperate to have another winner's medal on the family mantelpiece come Sunday night as Bot look to avenge last season's Scottish Cup Final defeat to Glenafton when they face Hurlford.
That run has taken the Bees from 12th to third in the Championship and made Mark Warburton favourite for the November manager of the month award, to be announced today.
A television programme about diets made Mark aware of the invisible damage he was doing to his internal organs, and finally kick-started him into action.