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seamark

[′sē‚märk]
(navigation)
An object designed as an aid to navigation and located with the express purpose of being visible from a distance to seaward; it is often erected in shoal water rather than on land.
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Mrs Seamark, 59, said: "Why are they putting a label on top of a label and selling meat with different prices and different weights?
Seamark plans $50 million investment and intends to make software and hardware.
After all the hoo-hah with horse meat, we're thinking of offering croc-burgers if we catch it," Golf shop manager Richard Seamark told the Daily Mail.
Scrum-half Matty Seamark added the touchline conversion to at least give Harris something to build on at the break.
WALES: Tries - Roets, Fleming; Conversions - Seamark (2).
WALES: Tries: Roets, Fleming Goals: Seamark 2 ENGLAND: Tries: Charnley 4, Hall 2, Hardaker 2, Cudjoe 2, Watkins, Ellis, Burrow, Jones-Buchanan; Goals: Sinfield 12
PROBABLE TEAMS WALES ENGLAND James Hardaker Kear Charnley Channing Watkins Roets Ablett Massam Hall Jones Sinfield Seamark Myler Dudson Hill Budworth McIlorum Kopczak Mossop Lloyd Hock Evans Ellis Flower O'Loughlin TV TIMES: Live on BBC1, kick-off 2.
They have recently added the Seamark marine exterior canvas material from Haartz.
When the haptic cursor contacted the seamarks, the user felt resistance, like gravity, and heard a synthetic voice that announced the names (Boat, Schooner, Float, Penguin, Guillemot, and Egret) of each immobile seamark.
While holding forth at the same location in Hall 9 for a number of years now, the pleasing look and elegant ambience of the Seamark Group stand was quite different this time around.
To combat this, Siderean has developed a relational navigation approach using its own information platform system, Seamark.
Ian Seamark, sales director at Infia UK, part of the GSH Group, said: "Packaging has to strike a delicate balance between protecting the fruit from external contamination while allowing the product to breath.