Definitions for "Mark-up"
During the legislative process, Congressional committees evaluate legislation, hold hearings, make amendments, and vote to roll legislation out of committee to the full House or Senate respectively.
A mark-up refers to the process of going through the contents of a piece of legislation in the committee process before reporting the legislation out to the larger assembly.
The process in which congressional committees and subcommittees consider a bill and finalize the language of the bill.
The difference between the invoice price and the dealer's selling price.
A mark-up is the amount above the base price that you choose to charge for the merchandise in your shop. This mark-up is entirely up to you.
Mark-up is the difference between what the dealer bought the car for and the amount of money that the dealer sells the car for.
Keywords:  sgml, tags, kupp, mahr, syntactic
The entire set of tags (formatting descriptors) for a document . This tells the browser how to display the data.
The procedure of inserting file markers, field tags, and/or hypertext links in the text. Mark-up can be based on a standard markup language, such as the Automated Composition System of the Government Printing Office or the Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML). A useful markup language can also be unique to one organization or even to one file. The particular file marker and field tags used with a file are declared when in setting up a text indexer. Hypertext links do not have to be declared, because they are automatically indexed as searchable terms.
codes used to provide information about a text, such as POS tags, SGML codes etc
Instructions written on artwork / proofs for the printer to follow.
To write up instructions, as on a dummy.
Instructions written usually on a "dummy."
A fee added to a product or service passed along to a third party. Advertising agencies often mark-up third-party purchases by as little as 10% or as much as 50%.
Keywords:  html, turn, classes, wrapped, codes
n. the (X)HTML codes and related classes which, when wrapped around data, turn it into a web page.