end mark

end mark

[′end ‚märk]
(computer science)
A mark which signals the end of a unit of information.
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Two cones at each end mark out a goal area, and a goal is scored when a player carries a ball across the line.
Could this song be the one to end Mark Ronson's reign at the top of the charts with Uptown Funk?
Penicuik keeper Youssef Bejaoui brought off the save of the match with an instinctive one-handed save to turn the ball over the bar - then at the other end Mark Staunton almost put the ball into his own net but it deflected off another defender for a corner.
At the other end Mark Branch headed off the line from a Jake Betts' corner before home keeper Sheridan Martinez produced a good save to deny Anthony Griffiths, which he followed up by keeping out Sam Wood's effort.
In the end Mark visited a total of 63 courses, including three that have now closed.
The defense could struggle again this week with defensive end Mark Anderson and cornerback Aaron Williams out.
Buffalo defensive end Mark Anderson (knee) and offensive tackle Cordy Glenn (ankle) are out against Arizona.
DYWEDIR yn aml bod 'nunlle i guddio ar lwyfan theatr, ac mae hynny'n sicr yn wir i seren y West End Mark Evans.
He struck a hat-trick in the space of 18 secondhalf minutes and three minutes from the end Mark Stephenson headed in an equaliser.
Just before the end Mark Catchside completed a comprehensive victory for Ryhope, who gained ample revenge against their Teesside rivals.
Defensive end Mark Anderson had another active afternoon, notching three tackles - one for a loss - along with 1.
The EASE system has 17 integrated components, including a scoring environment that facilitates faster, more efficient test scoring; a workflow interface for assessment processing that assists in managing the scoring process; OSC's proprietary Closed End Mark Sense Processing software; and embedded data cleaning, formatting and reporting C-type programming language that allows for user customization.