record mark


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record mark

[′rek·ərd ‚märk]
(computer science)
A symbol that signals a record's beginning or end.

record mark

A symbol used to identify the end of a record.
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Hadis also finished well, clocking 26:54 to equal the previous course record mark. Bushendich finished third in 27:24 after overtaking Osman after the eighth kilometre.
Law firm combinations were down 7 percent in 2014, with 82 law firm combinations coming in short of 2013's record mark of 88, according to a report from Altman Weil Mergerline.
City of Coventry, who will lose the services of head coach and the relay squad's chief, Adam Ruckwood in the near future, also showed their qualities in the men's 4x100m medley team event by finishing runners-up with a new Warwickshire record mark of 3mins 50.97secs.
Nadal can make a piece of history all of his own, for victory, overturning the results in London, New York and Melbourne, would earn him a seventh Roland Garros crown and surpass the record mark he currently shares with Bjorn Borg.
And he took consolation from the 147 maximum break he made in the first round against Stuart Bingham, his third at the Crucible and 11th in all, matching Ronnie O'Sullivan's record mark.
Record Mark is the first person to climb the two highest mountains in the Americas and cycle between them in a single season.
Monthly passenger throughput crossed the three million mark throughout the first half except in February when, at 2.97 million, the figure was just shy of the record mark. The average passenger movement per day at Dubai International has increased to nearly 100,000.
Bolt lowered Powell's existing world record mark to 9.72 secs in New York last month, but the 21-year-old sees the 200m as his stronger event.
According to Fraport, it was the first time the air transportation hub exceeded the five-million passenger mark in the month of September, while also being the first time in FRA's history that the airport exceeded this record mark in three successive months.
With the two fastest-ever marathon runners crossing swords for the first time, talk in the city has centred around the possibility of Ndereba's record mark being smashed.
The veteran Englishman, who has been the most influential figure in his speciality event since setting what many believe is an unapproachable world record mark of 18.29m in 1995, claims it's turning into the triple grump.
For the fourth quarter, sales for the largest manufacturer, distributor and marketer of ceramic tile in the United States also increased to a record mark of $250.8 million, up $21.6 million, or 9.4 percent, from $229.2 million in the fourth quarter of 2000.