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marking

1. the arrangement of colours on an animal, plant, etc.
2. assessment and correction of school children's or students' written work by teaching staff

Marking

 

(biology), the tagging of a group of cells, individual cells, or intracellular structures to study what happens to them subsequently. Marking is used in research on developmental biology, chiefly in embryology. Methods used for marking are in vivo dyeing, 3H-thymidine tagging, and genetic and biochemical markers (transplantation of cells or groups of cells into the embryos of animals of different species, into normal and mutant individuals, or into individuals with different ploidies).


Marking

 

any of several ways of identifying products or parts with letters, numbers, inscriptions, notices, or conventional signs (symbols) on labels, packing, sealing, or the product itself. There is also transport marking, which usually contains the address of the sender (consigner) and recipient (consignee) of the freight, as well as the notices and/or symbols (signs) specifying the freight-handling methods during transport and during loading and unloading.

marking

A symbol or group of symbols displayed on the surface of the movement area in order to convey aeronautical information (ICAO). See airport signs.
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With laser marking solutions, carmakers and automotive suppliers benefit from a higher product quality, more efficiency and a reliable traceability.
They should be familiar with marking, covering, and creating defensive balance.
In essence, there has long been a real opportunity to generate manufacturing savings through a more advanced, integrated marking method that would be able to place real-time tracking information on a moving substrate without contacting the surface.
The Glove Grip--available on all Krylon Industrial inverted marking paint and chalk cans--allows for easy, convenient use as work gloves are accommodated by a 50 percent wider trigger area.
Type styles and sizes are easily and quickly changed and any character size or number of lines can be generated as long as they do not exceed the marking area.
Additionally, both poems signify on the genre of the classical epic hymn through Wheatley's deification of "recollection" and "imagination" - she represents "recollection" as the muse Mnemosyne (who assumes a goddess-like position in the poem), while marking "imagination" as the "imperial queen" (Wheatley 65).
Pre-marking entails a careful selection of dummies for marking by the chief examiners and their assistants.These dummies are later marked by senior examiners and ordinary examiners.
Automark keyboard-operated industrial-marking equipment for indenting or embossing product identification plates or other flat metals requiting marking. Line includes keyboard-operated, hot-stamping equipment for marking plastic wire ties, name badges, sleeving for wire identification, and embossing credit cards.
The purpose of that article was to clarify that DA PAM 738-751, TAMMS-A, does not address marking of tools.
The Reference Standard calls for the entire width of the tread to be marked or owners can use a side edge marking option.