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Mark

1. See: Mark to market.

2. See: Deutschemark.
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However, just one day after the Interim Guidelines were released, the Federal Circuit issued its decision in In re BRCA1- & BRCA2-Based Hereditary Cancer Test Patent Litig., arguably altering the markedly different characteristics analysis.
"Since then, consumer confidence levels have deteriorated markedly and market conditions have become more challenging."
"Business investment seems set to be markedly weaker in 2008 in the face of tight lending conditions, softer final demand, weakening profitability and lower business confidence reflecting heightened concerns and uncertainties over the economic outlook.
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.S.
Professor Rockian notes, for example, that depression experienced by a person with a dependent style will differ markedly from depression experienced by someone with an antisocial personality.
Helmut said newsletter sales have increased markedly, while correspondence courses, e-mail services, and event are also gaining popularity in the company's product mix.
The SynchroMed system markedly reduces severe spasticity.
Both eyelids were markedly swollen and erythematous, and a yellow, purulent discharge was noted bilaterally.
Cutting Face Time--recorded piecemeal over three years--was markedly different from Samson's other gig.
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.