Marked definition

Marked means stamped, branded, engraved or imprinted upon, attached to a tag, card or label which is stamped, branded, engraved or imprinted upon, or contained in a box, pack- age, cover or wrapper which is stamped, branded, engraved or imprinted upon.
Marked. THIS COUNTERPART IS THE ORIGINAL COUNTERPART" and containing the receipt of the Indenture Trustee thereon shall be the "Original" of this Lease Supplement No. 1. To the extent that the Facility Lease, as supplemented by this Lease Supplement No. 1, constitutes chattel paper, as such term is defined in the Uniform Commercial Code as in effect in any applicable jurisdiction, no security interest in the Facility Lease, as so supplemented, may be created or continued through the transfer or possession of any counterparts of the Facility Lease and supplements thereto other than the "Originals" of any thereof.
Marked means a burial that has a recognizable tombstone or obvious grave marker in place or a legible sign identifying an area as a burial ground or cemetery.

Examples of Marked in a sentence

  • Tightening of section 987 gain or loss‌ To address the fundamental concern with the “base” of assets that give rise to unrealized section 987 gain or loss, the 2016 Regulations classify each asset (and liability) on a QBU’s balance sheet as either a “marked item” or an “historic item.” Marked items are assets or liabilities denominated in the functional currency of the QBU and that are perceived to change in value based on changes in exchange rates.

  • Receives access to technical data or computer software for performance of a Government contract that contains the clause at 252.227-7025 , Limitations on the Use or Disclosure of Government-Furnished Information Marked with Restrictive Legends.

  • Marked changes in physical appearance may be grounds for suspecting the use of performance enhancing drugs such as anabolic steroids.

  • T.N. Tolerances Applicable to Devices Marked I, II, III, III L, and IIII.T.N.1. Principles.

  • These electronic texts are produced by using an editor, or programmed using High Text Marked -up Language (HTML), put together in websites and stored in servers remotely located in relation to the reader.Interaction between electronic, HTML-based texts and the reader is made possible by retrieving the networked sections of a single text or texts in other web pages.


More Definitions of Marked

Marked. C", being copies of each law, decree, consent, licence, approval, registration or declaration as is, in the opinion of local counsel to the Agent, necessary to render the Finance Documents to which it is a party valid, legally binding and enforceable and to make each of them admissible in evidence in England and Wales and, if different, the [relevant Obligor's] jurisdiction of incorporation and any jurisdiction in which any of its assets may be situated and to enable [relevant Obligor] to perform its obligations under such Finance Documents;
Marked. E", being copies of each policy of insurance maintained by each Borrower and each other [Obligor] [Group Company];]*
Marked. THIS COUNTERPART IS THE ORIGINAL COUNTERPART" and containing the receipt of the Lease Indenture Trustee thereon shall be the "Original" of this Amendment No. 3. No security interest in this Amendment No. 3 may be created or continued through the transfer or possession of any counterpart other than the "Original."
Marked means plainly, legibly and conspicuously labeled,
Marked means compliant with A.R.S.
Marked means that the impairment(s) seriously affect the child’s ability to function in a domain.
Marked. , in relation to a package, means printed on the package or affixed to the package by means of an adhesive label;