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markup

[′märk‚əp]
(computer science)
The process of adding information (tags) to an electronic document that are not part of the content but describe its structure or elements.

markup

(text)
In computerised document preparation, a method of adding information to the text indicating the logical components of a document, or instructions for layout of the text on the page or other information which can be interpreted by some automatic system.

For example, the source of this dictionary is marked up by enclosing cross-references in curly braces which are significant to the World-Wide Web server software.
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The markup has added up to P2.65 to prices of gasoline, diesel, kerosene and liquefied petroleum gas, a vital household commodity, due to additional excise imposed by the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Act, Abad said.
"In this way, price markups contribute to the inflation of medical costs in the health care system and can affect patients' treatment decisions as their out-of-pocket costs increase."
The final version is for "anyone" wanting to learn FXML markup, with emphasis on FXML, CSS, EL and Nashorn, a JavaFX based JavaScript engine.
So we must review that method before discussing how to use my formula for CVP analysis based on markup pricing.
In a perfectly competitive environment, firms charge their marginal cost and there are no markups. Thus, most theories of markup cyclicality come from models of imperfect competition.
Markups, such as ticket charges, are something that representatives recognize as a profit center when they look at their various costs and see that firms differ on what they charge for them.
First developed in 1987, the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI), which refers both to the set of guidelines used for textual markup as well as the international consortium that maintains the guidelines, is currently the recommended standard of text encoding for digital scholarly texts in the humanities ("TEI: History").
The banks added the markup charges against the actual credit for its nonpayment.
In it, consumers' reactions are compared to being taken advantage of in a sales transaction to how car buyers feel when they're victims of a rate markup.
This study eliminates the effects of markup, returns to scale, and capital utilization from the Solovv residual (SR) for Korea to derive an alternative measure for productivity.
Reimbursement generosity is defined as the markup of average reimbursement over average costs:
Taipei, May 4, 2012 (CENS) -- Interest rates at the syndicated-loan market have shown sign of upturn, as Yuen Foong Yu Paper and Formosa Plastics have agreed to increase the markup on the interests of their syndicated loans.