set mark

set mark

[′set ‚märk]
(textiles)
A weaving defect in cloth; in particular, a transverse mark resulting from an improperly set loom or from an interruption in the operation of the loom.
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When there is no clear direction and when there is no set mark, creativity can be frustrated.
The towering Lock set Mark Pease away to wriggle clear and supply the finish for the converted try.
Melissa Johns on the Corrie set mark campbell/ mcpix
It could have been much different for Athy had they been given a penalty in the third minute when Feely looked to have been hauled down by Liam Healy Matters worsened for the reds in the 15th minute when Aaron Masterson set Mark McDermott up to palm in a second goal, and goalkeeper Stephen Davies was sent off in the aftermath for lashing out at Niall Hurley-Lynch.
Constructed Melodies: Building the Score into the Set Mark Slobin
Clark set Mark Warburton's men on their way to victory in Lanarkshire with the opening goal and Andy Halliday, turn to page 69
McGoldrick set Mark Wotte's boys on their way to another unlikely victory by converting his 10th goal of the season with an early spot-kick.
Last year when Ethiopia was set mark the new year and third millennium federal and regional governments have pardoned over 20 thousand prisoners including opposition figures who were expecting at least life sentences for alleged crimes during post-election violence, which Ethiopia was hailed by international human right watch groups.
UK Skills, the organisers of the event, have set Mark and the other contestants some test pieces to construct during the run-up to the competition.
Gemplus Wallet supports all standard encryption protocols such as Secure Socket Layer and Secure Electronic Transaction (SET) and is interoperable with other vendors' products receiving the SET mark. The product will is available mid-June at US$20 for a per use licence.
Clyde had another great chance just before the hour when Marshall set Mark Gilhaney free down the right but the sub dragged the ball wide of the keeper's post from a tight angle.
Don Goodman completely missed his kick with the goal at his mercy from six yards before Neil Emblen burst downfield and set Mark Atkins free down the left.