current mark

current mark

[′kər·ənt ‚märk]
(geology)
Any structure formed by direct or indirect action of a water current on a sedimentary surface.
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Mr Wolfson was rewarded for a three-year period when the price of Next shares more than doubled from a low of 700p in mid-2003 to the current mark of 1578p
With the Nicholls string just beginning to hit form, Galloway Boy would not have to improve a great deal to reward followers off his current mark of 92, particularly when there is some cut in the ground.
include competition, mergers and acquisitions, and the development of customer demand; and a number of companies are identified that are considered well positioned to succeed in the current mark et.
They apparently succeeded in breaking the current mark in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Prominent city sales brokers were pleased with the high price received and its benchmark for the current mark.
At its current mark, the Barometer is projecting U.
20 Uttoxeter) Has been a frustrating sort, but has the ability to go well off his current mark on ground that will suit.
Nicholls, who has taKen Tidal Bay out of the Gold Cup with Aintree in mind, told his Betfair column: "I am obviously delighted with his weight again this year, as Phil Smith (senior handicapper) has given him a realistic winning chance off 161, 7lb lower than his current marK.
A drop in trip should see him in a much better light and he looks capable of winning off his current mark.
Canadian Hollis Cantrell plans to smash the current mark at her parlour in Ardee, Co Louth.
PAUL Nicholls believes Denman will struggle to win another handicap chase off his current mark of 182.
She is lightly raced and ought to pick up a similar graded handicap off her current mark.