Applying the required descriptive name, instructions, cautions, weight, or specifications or combinations thereof on containers of HM/HW (see Title 49 CFR 171.8).
Marking serves the identification of preliminary material as well as of the product within the manufacturing process, to be able to trace it back any time and to determine the production progress.
A printed identification number or symbol applied to the surface of tubing.
a distinguishing symbol; "the owner's mark was on all the sheep"
the defensive concept of guarding another player
Defending by staying close to an opponent.
Covering or guarding an opponent.
guarding an opponent. To "mark up," for example, is to guard opponents for throw-ins.
The act of one who, or that which, marks; the mark or marks made; arrangement or disposition of marks or coloring; as, the marking of a bird's plumage.
See timber marking.
The physical process of selecting trees and identifying to be cut or left during a harvest–usually a painted band around.
the practice of indicating by paint or other visible, semi-permanent means trees which are to be cut or are to remain after harvesting. A common practice is mark trees to be harvested twice-once at eye level and once at the base. Marking may also be used to designate trees for other treatments, such as pruning.
Discreet marks made on the stage floor to help the production team put scenery and props in the right place during a scene change
an assessment tool that allows teachers to make judgements about what pupils know, understand and can do. Effective marking enables teachers to plan the next stages of work more accurately. When marking relates to written work, pupils should understand the criteria used and benefit from constructive comments that support future work.
to sing sotto voce, or in a less taxing octave, at a rehearsal in order to protect the voice. Principals often mark at long staging rehearsals, when they have unusually heavy loads, or have health concerns, but there is seldom reason for choristers to mark. Marking of course makes no sense at rehearsals aimed at musical balance, such as Sitzproben.
The practice used by many singers to save their voices in rehearsals; singers will sing in what seems to be a mere whisper, or transpose the vocal lines so that they donâ€™t have to sing extremely high or low notes. This is done as a vocal protectionâ€”singing too strenuously, or without getting the voice properly warmed up can lead to vocal strain and throat problems. Audience members at Opera Pacificâ€™s final dress rehearsal may hear some of the singers â€œmarking.
Every article of foreign origin, or its container, imported into the United States shall be permanently marked in a conspicuous place in a manner which would indicate to the ultimate purchaser the English name of the country of origin of the article.
the physical stamp, wording, or marking on an article or merchandise that shows in what country the article or merchandise was produced.
Stamping, printing, or tagging security classification designations on documents or material according to prescribed procedures.
Marking is the reverse of engraving. As a product passes through the forming roller, a mark is "stamped" into the part.
scratching or scent message an animal makes to show that an area belongs to him
Scent marking by a cat, including spraying - a natural instinct of urinating on surfaces to mark territory
An instinctual behavior in which male dogs urinate in certain locations to establish their territory.