index marks

index marks

As it pertains to aerial photography, the marks that form images on a negative and indicate the principal point of imagery. See collimating marks.
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Anything below a measure of 50 on the index marks a decline in activity.
The index marks the start of Fashion Revolution Week, falling on the sixth anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse, in which more than 1,000 workers died in Bangladesh.
This year's edition of the index marks its 25 year anniversary.
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The purchase of Mercor Index marks TigerWit's first acquisition of another complementary business and provides entry into the UK market with the acquisition of a fully authorised and regulated FCA entity.
The index marks are graced with a ridged pattern that draws a subtle oval around the inset dials on the dial face.
The rise of the index marks the first observed increase in the average value of residential property prices since Q4 2015.
Inclusion in the index marks a really positive start to 2015 and we're excited about the rest of the year.
In addition, the BDO Employment Index marks another potential headwind for manufacturers.
The business sentiment index marks the difference between the percentage of firms that are upbeat and those that see conditions as unfavourable.
The six consecutive gains in the index marks the longest winning streak since September.