end mark

end mark

[′end ‚märk]
(computer science)
A mark which signals the end of a unit of information.
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Ernestine swung open the entrance door to the "Hour", and passed down the rows of desks until she reached the door at the further end marked "Sub-Editor." She knocked and was admitted at once.
Dozens and dozens of eager runners made it to the end mark. First through third successes got cash rewards.
Speaking at the event Local Enterprise Authority (LEA) chief executive officer, Mr Racious Moatshe congratulated the class of 2019 for their commitment and focus which he said enabled them to reach the end mark.
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O'Sullivan eclipsed Neil Robertson 13-11 to end Mark Selby's six-year reign at the top, also becoming the oldest world champion in 36 years at the age of 43.
And the 43-year-old will also end Mark Selby's four-year reign as world No.1 and get back to the summit for the first time in nine years.
Andy Nixon joined the scorers with a good run and four minutes from the end Mark Scott bulldozed his way over.
This is shocking close to where This end Mark Davis, who lives near to the scene, said there was a police helicopter hovering low for some time in the early hours.
One historical note about SwR's new design: for our end mark (the little icon that indicates the terminus of a story or essay), we have selected a cool pen-and-ink drawing of a horseman by celebrated Texas artist Jerry Bywaters.
"There was a bit of current and we hit the pin end mark so we had to do a penalty turn.
Two cones at each end mark out a goal area, and a goal is scored when a player carries a ball across the line.