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1(to show position)indicador masculinebefore noun marker buoy — boya indicadora
- The section start and end positions were indicated with marker posts on the side of the road plus a steel rod was driven into the pavement on the centre line.
- I stared down at the grave marker that now seemed old compared to the ones around it.
- The walkway also has brass markers indicating where the coastline was in 1788.
- The two people in question were driving their car out to Coney Island when they veered off the line of concrete markers which marks the route.
- Lobster-pot fishermen really should be banned from using black marker buoys at this time of year - it gets very distracting.
- You see a marker post which tells you that you're on the right track, which momentarily raises your spirits about three millimetres from rock bottom.
- There are, however, neither signs of life nor markers to indicate where we are.
- Some of the coloured route markers are over-ruled by diversion signs.
- In fact, a roadside marker along Route 60 still commemorates the case today.
- After a distance this path begins to rise round a prominent bend to where another narrower path leaves the main one at a marker post.
- Stones resting on the markers that indicate where barracks once were act as symbols of remembrance.
- The track is above the road and is indicated by dark blue markers.
- In the pipeline are permanent route markers in mosaic and cement.
- Put a marker on the ground, and always stand on that spot.
- The orange race route markers pointed straight into an empty box car.
- Climb up past the coastguard lookout, and take a right turn at the marker post.
- He took a small stone and tapped the marker stone that was positioned directly under the painting.
- He put it to the defendant that the granite post was a marker for disputed property and the defendant had removed it in a bid to claim the property.
- He offers to sell fishermen special marker buoys to help them identify their nets and fishing spots.
- When radiographs are taken to detect foreign bodies a metallic marker should always be placed at the site of the injury, tangential to the site of entry.
- When examiners turn into mere markers, they often produce a grid called a mark analysis sheet.
- There are too few teachers and examination markers.
- For example, in the external assessment the markers are experienced teachers, trained by a chief examiner.
- Examination markers would be asked to be extra vigilant and to follow up suspicious trends in exam scripts.
- Education Secretary Charles Clarke promised an extra £6m to recruit more A-level markers last December.
- If the assessment is subjective, the level of agreement between markers must be tested in order to validate the process of marking.
- Statements were being taken from several examination markers.
- Several independent high schools have already complained that pupils' scores were reduced by markers in a bid to avoid claims that exams are becoming easier.
- Not only do such mistakes cost you marks, they give the marker a negative view of the rest of your answer or entire paper.
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