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markup

Computer-processable annotations within a multimedia document. In the context of the HL7 specification, markup syntax is based on XML specification.
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State Bank of Pakistan should learn lesson from those economies that are excelling despite keeping the markup rate in the bracket of 0% to 1%.
Valdes said, "SCCU has never engaged in rate markups, and our goal is to save members $30 million in rate markups this year.
Regardless of your decision, high-quality broker-dealer partnerships are important, and here's why: A firm must create enough purchasing power to buy and sell bonds with minimal markups and markdowns.
Property owners who understand that winter rack prices rise disproportionately can comparison shop and try to negotiate lower markups.
Like all standards efforts, some pre-existing proprietary languages will likely be lost in the shuffle to create a unified voice markup language.
In other words, the decision Tuesday does not automatically validate all markup limits.
Often referred to as procedural markup systems, they are oriented toward page description (that is, specification of where characters are placed on a page) rather than the description of document structure.
The diner who loses," Fox believes, "is the one who buys the cheapest wine on the list because the percentage of the markup is often the highest.
They then convert those documents' data into hypertext markup language (HTML) format and post them on the Web for public viewing.
This flexibility comes from Oracle's ability to support a wide variety of mark-up languages such as Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), Wireless Markup Language (WML) and VoxML, and protocols such as Wireless Application Protocol (WAP).
When a text is keyboarded, this information can be embedded in the text at the time of capture in the form of encoding or markup tags.