block mark

block mark

[′bläk ‚märk]
(computer science)
A special character that indicates the end of a block.
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DRAWN COMFORT Nemo's Alan O'Donovan tries to block Mark Collins and, right, Tomas O Se is closed down
Rovers' Ross Dunlop cleared Craig Gunn's effort off the line midway through the first half before Elgin keeper Ray Jellema was quick off his line to block Mark McGuigan.
With guitarist/vocalist Pye Hastings still in the driving seat since the very inception of the band and joined by long-time cohorts Geoffrey Robinson (guitar/violin/ flute/vocals) and Jan Schelhaas (keyboards) along with more recent additions Jim Leverton (bass) and new kid on the block Mark Walker (drums), whose enthusiasm throughout the night was totally addictive, Caravan were all set to go.
Mario Balotelli tries to block Mark Noble but he had no luck in front of goal again
Submit a red top blood specimen to AFIP with a DD-1323 (toxicological examination request and report form) and in the section incident/hypoxia block mark "hypoxia episode" screen for "acetylene.
City's new signing Lee Sawyer attempts to block Mark Kennedy and (below) Aron Gunnarsson charges towards the Cardiff defence.
New 'kids' on the block Mark O'Meara, six times a winner in California, and Scott Hoch are getting the hang of things and their relative strength on a course measuring not far short of 7,000 yards will be a bigger plus than it was on a track over 400 yards shorter at Newport Beach last week.
The Town stopper did well to block Mark Bentley's close-range header from Duncan Jupp's cross a minute before the break.
Helped by top block Mark Turner (21-4), Llay were almost caught as Rhos led at home by 21 points to narrowly lose their grip on the trophy.
The Millers almost snatched a point in the 75th minute when Warne's cross found Nick Daws, but his shot was brilliantly tipped round the post by Darren Ward, while the Forest goalkeeper also did well to block Mark Robins' effort and secure all three points.
It could have been a different story if the Cwmbran goalkeeper Gary Wager had failed to block Mark Dickeson's early shot at goal, but from that point the Crows dictated this contest.
Barnet keeper Danny Naisbitt managed to block Mark Yates's ferocious shot but the ball fell invitingly for McAuley to tap in.