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Mark

1. See: Mark to market.

2. See: Deutschemark.
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arguably altering the markedly different characteristics analysis.
We suspect that substantially softer business investment will be a significant factor causing UK GDP growth to slow markedly to just 1.
Although Manhattan property had appreciated markedly in that time, some brokers and investors concluded that the building's jump in value could also be credited in part to a cushy sale price.
Violence in recent years has decreased markedly in most urban areas, including Bogota, Medellin, Barranquilla, and Cartagena," says the U.
Widespread mental and behavioral problems among school-age children; near-epidemic levels of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs); escalating levels of obesity and clinical depression--"these poignant facts either did not exist a quarter century ago or were markedly less prevalent than they are now," observes author and stay-home mother Mary Eberstadt.
Both eyelids were markedly swollen and erythematous, and a yellow, purulent discharge was noted bilaterally.
In some cases, human metabolism can differ markedly from animals so that a drug with a half life of a few hours in dogs may turn out to have a half life of several days in humans, or a compound with no animal toxicity may cause elevation in liver functions or a prolongation of QT interval in humans.
Nevertheless, any particular scoring method has its weaknesses, and we agree that it would be useful to know whether our results change markedly by incorporating information about zero scores.
Set in the grounds of a big swish hotel (whose trade has perked up markedly since the chapel's opening), the new structure resembles an elongated eyeball partly bunkered into the ground overlooking a small reflecting pool to the forest and hills beyond.
But many savvy technology executives have realized that bringing critical disaster recovery and business continuity functionality in-house is significantly more effective and often markedly less expensive than the traditional approach of outsourcing disaster recovery to a hotsite.
Notably, the risks of poor outcomes for infants and, to a lesser extent, of maternal complications are markedly higher if the pregnancy occurs at age 50 or later than if a woman conceives in her 40s.
However, such a reduction in front tire size would markedly increase tire contact pressure.