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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90% level on the T-note is proving to be tough resistance and a close at the current mark would be the 10th straight below 2.
15 Market Rasen Lost his way when last seen, but more than capable of going well off his current mark with trip and ground to suit.
Charles Molson is massively exposed from his current mark and open to attack from an improver.
Venetia Williams' KATENKO is ne that has great potential his current mark and rice.
Activial was 10/1 when betting opened on the event at BetVictor but has been backed into 4/1 and trainer Harry Fry has made no secret of the fact that he considers his four-year-old wellweighted off his current mark.
FARAAJH (James Tate) FARAAJH got off the mark in fine style on her handicap debut and looks to better than her current mark.
Kenya's Wilson Kipsang set the current mark of two hours, three minutes and 23 seconds in Berlin last year.
Rated as highly as 101 in his pomp, King Of Jazz has fallen steadily down the ratings to his current mark of 87, his lowest ever perch and a highly attractive one at that.
With the DICE GT printer integrated into our current Mark Andy press, it has transformed our business with an impact not seen around here since the computer revolution in the 1980s.
DiFabio, a Yonkers native who honed his skills in the pizzerias of Manhattan and now owns restaurants nationwide, will challenge the current mark of 28 seconds for five pizzas.
Veroon remains capable of winning off his current mark and has a good opportunity to do just that in the 32RedBet.
Provided she settles into an easy rhythm early on, there is every chance this longer trip will produce the extra improvement needed to defy her current mark.