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Mark

1. See: Mark to market.

2. See: Deutschemark.
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However, the same duo did write Marching On Together for Leeds United - a song which boasts the most anodyne lyrics imaginable and will never be marked down by match delegates.
The strike, which came just 16 seconds into the second half, was initially marked down as an own goal by Rangers full-back Lee Wallace.
While most of them were seen browsing through the merchandise and its price tags vigorously and making their exits even more vigorously (as they would probably have come to the adjacent mall where high street brands are located), luxury brand enthusiasts were having a gala time shopping their premium brands at marked down prices at the end of season sales.
Starting Saturday morning 01 December, the Homeconomix sale puts every single stock item on discount with some pieces marked down by as much as 88%.
Suddenly, units in newly built projects -- with prices marked down substantially from the boom -- are moving faster than expected.
PUPILS were marked down for forgetting to dot an "i" in this year's Sats tests, headteachers claimed last night.
Its senior debt was marked down from BBB to BBB-, one notch above junk status, after S& P forecast a material weakening in Drax's earnings this year due to the recession and its negative impact on wholesale power prices
We marked down all risky assets in our portfolio in 2008 and were still able to reflect a reasonable income,' he added.
The chain experienced the single biggest trading day in its history as toys, entertainment and homewares were marked down by 50% and more.
Items are marked down 10 percent every Monday and Thursday until they are sold.
Across town, Debenhams has announced its biggest ever clearance sale on Boxing Day despite already starting selling at marked down prices.
The UK was marked down for its bad weather, poor transport, high cost of living and health service.