Marked is a television program produced by NorthSouth Productions for the History channel that premiered August 27, 2009. It explores the world of tattoos belonging to modern day tribes that operate at the edges of society, including motorcycle clubs, urban gangs, and hardcore prisoners.
Read more about Marked.
Some articles on marked:
... A marked graph is a Petri net in which every place has exactly one incoming arc, and exactly one outgoing arc ... Marked graphs are used mostly to mathematically represent concurrently running operations, such as a multiprocessor machine's internal process state ...
... excitability only of atrial muscle cells Hyponatremia - decreases external sodium concentration Marked hyperkalemia - causes a marked depolarization of the resting membrane potential Hypokalemia ...
... Dumphreys, Thomas Greenwood Second series, marked by emphasis on Philosophy and Religion, 1949–1972 C.S ... Sinclair-Burton Third series, marked by a return to "general philosophy", 1973–1988 George Colbran, Alan Holloway, Geoffrey Brown Fourth series, marked by a return to "academic ...
... in diameter made to this standard will always be marked the number of the standard, the nominal size, wall thickness and temper of the tube, the manufacturer’s identification mark and the date of ... Tubes less than 10 mm in diameter will be similarly marked at each end ... Some fluxes are marked as water-soluble but under some circumstances they are not removed before pitting has initiated ...
... Marked is a television program produced by NorthSouth Productions for the History channel that premiered August 27, 2009 ...
More definitions of "marked":
- (adj): Singled out for notice or especially for a dire fate.
Example: "A marked man"
- (adj): Strongly marked; easily noticeable.
Example: "Walked with a marked limp"
Famous quotes containing the word marked:
“You think that you are Anns suitor; that you are the pursuer and she the pursued; that it is your part to woo, to persuade, to prevail, to overcome. Fool: it is you who are the pursued, the marked down quarry, the destined prey.”
—George Bernard Shaw (18561950)
“Our books of science, as they improve in accuracy, are in danger of losing the freshness and vigor and readiness to appreciate the real laws of Nature, which is a marked merit in the ofttimes false theories of the ancients.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Yet marked I where the bolt of Cupid fell:
It fell upon a little western flower,
Before, milk-white; now purple with loves wound:
And maidens call it love-in-idleness.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)