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daymark

[′dā‚märk]
(navigation)
The daytime-identifying characteristics of an aid to navigation, unique and distinctive to facilitate its recognition; a conspicuous target added to a day beacon or light.
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This summer will also kick off the start of Daymark Summer Semester, a day camp where participants will attend a variety of classes, all geared toward supporting students in their quest to gain meaningful employment and foster independence.
18 October 2012 - US real estate and asset management company Sovereign Capital Management Group Inc has taken full control of Daymark Realty Advisors Inc through the acquisition of the stake held by co-investor Infinity Urban Century LLC.
Contact DayMark UK on tel 01606 597000 or visit www.daymarksafety.com
DayMark Technologies, Bowling Green, OH, USA, has announced the recent acquisition of Milliken Converting Inc., a coating facility in Markham, ON, Canada.
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According to Daymark, the Super Ebike has a range of up to 100 kilometers (about 62 miles) per charge, which the company said costs less than 20 cents.
DayMark Food Safety Systems; Bowling Green, Ohio 800-847-0101; www.daymark.biz
* Daymark Group Inc., the Russeilville trucking company that effectively shut down last year after losing a major contract with the Sam's Club division of Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
SAINT OF THE DAYMARK: Patron saint of cattle breeders and notaries.
To accommodate the dating and coding of containers and to allow for complete removal of labels, DayMark has introduced high-performance Dissolve-A-Way labels and tapes.
Frank came to USCS in 1999 from Daymark, where he was involved in warehousing and transportation management.