document mark

document mark

[′däk·yə·mənt ‚märk]
(graphic arts)
A small mark on each frame of a roll of microfilm, used by the microfilm reader to keep count of the frames.

document mark

In micrographics, a small optical blip on each frame on a roll of microfilm that is used to automatically count the frames.
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Or will this well-intentioned but compromised and ambivalent document mark the formal conclusion of the church's exploration into the Shoah?
Mohamed Hamdan Daglo, stressed that the signing of the constitutional document marks opening of a new chapter in Sudan history.
In a leaked Government briefing document marked "official sensitive", Tories were told "law and order" in Northern Ireland is at risk.
ET, looking at what appeared to be a draft document marked up with highlighter.
There is no need for us to see an official document marked 'collateral' signed by officials concerned.
"Publication of this consultation document marks the next step of our commission's evidence gathering process, with an online survey designed for individual health and care workers to follow.
The document marks the company's entry into Canada and will see it build and fit-out a dedicated catering facility with an investment of CAD7m ($5.5m).
The document marks the beginning of a new cooperative effort against Iran, a senior US official told The Jerusalem Post.
The signing of this document marked the beginning of new life for Kencho and many of his friends.
The document marked a full and reciprocal recognition of jet aircraft between the two countries.
A document marked "not to be communicated to the press" said personnel face a 17 per cent price hike as core meal prices at bases rise from PS4.89 to PS5.75 from October.
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