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Mark

1. See: Mark to market.

2. See: Deutschemark.
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The Catalan giants have praised Messi's character, and claimed Drenthe's accusations are well wide of the mark.
They're also wide of the mark and will be until Florence writes anything that can hold a candle to Wuthering Heights.
LIVERPOOL coach Steve Clarke believes suggestions the Reds squad needs a major overhaul in the summer are wide of the mark.
It would take the evidence of more than one week to justify a buy at those levels, though there is no reason to suppose either quote is well wide of the mark.
Jaguar Land Rover assured the Birmingham Post it was "wide of the mark" over suggestions that the Jaguar plant at Castle Bromwich was being lined up for closure.
Alan Hodges, from the charity, said: 'We are not encouraging people to be ungrateful but it is a fact of life that some of the gifts under the tree will be wide of the mark.
Mark Allott was the main threat posed by League One Chesterfield and twice drove left foot shots just wide of the mark.
Claims that the increase had been set deliberately low for election purposes were shown to be wide of the mark in a graph produced by Mr Phillips.
Economic adviser Peter Spencer said the clamour for a another cut was wide of the mark.
At first, it was left to the British design team to come up with some ideas, but those presented in Geneva--Spritual 1 and 2--were wide of the mark of what a Mini was all about.
Chinese male fantasies of the women's quarters as a still point in the noisy world are shown to be very wide of the mark, however, as women s enormous responsibilities for household and business management, education of children, and care for elders are detailed.
But to suggest, as some have, that Aberdeen's loss is somehow Moscow's gain is wide of the mark. UnionTerrace Gardens is a two-and-a-half acre city centreVictorian garden.