topmark

topmark

[′täp‚märk]
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A characteristic shape secured at the top of a buoy or beacon to aid in its identification.
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M2 EQUITYBITES-January 21, 2019--Davies Group acquires TopMark
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-January 21, 2019--Davies Group acquires TopMark
The firm has now acquired TopMark Claims Management Limited.
The Topmark Fashions boss passed the invoices back to his accountant, who unwittingly claimed back VAT repayments.
And the topmark of '-' means the actual strength when the column is under ultimate state.
TopMark HOW to shun his former (20-1) 1-2 The but a Yes, I know the individuals involved in those sports are at liberty to make their own choices and horses are not - but the public will have to accept horseracing, whether National Hunt or on the Flat, is here to stay.
En este contexto, se determinaron los parametros poblacionales de T cinnabarinus sobre tres variedades de melon; Cantaloupe Topmark, Honeydew y Galia Arava bajo condiciones experimentales, con el objetivo de determinar la susceptibilidad de las tres variedades y obtener una mejor comprension de la biologia de la aranita sobre estas variedades para desarrollar futuros programas de MIP en el norte de Chile.
all buoys to include topmark and also appropriate access fittings as required e.G.
Thirty staff at Hotwear Clothing, which is trading as Topmark, in Foleshill Road, had a whipround to help the people of Gujarat.
Liverpool's Hyypia celebrates the opening goal; TOPMARK...as Leeds scoring sensation Mark Viduka celebrates his second goal, and (inset) shows how four-midable he is
GE Capital's purchase of car hire firm Avis, followed by the acquisitions of TLS Range (primarily van hire) and Topmark (truck hire) is a case in point.