I'm assuming your talking about taking a marker in the way someone would take a marker at say a table such as blackjack. This is a casino line of credit. You need to set up a …credit line with the casino credit office then you can borrow money off that line at the table. You can also deposit cash into the casino bank and draw markers off of that instead of carrying around cash. You just sit at the blackjack table and ask for a marker of say $3,000, the table games supervisor will ask you for your info and print you up a marker, which is basically a check, you will need to sign for it and they will give you $3,000 in casino chips. Then you're free to gamble it all away. Hope this answers your question.
pure alchohol or hand sanitizer work. OR! toothpaste. this really does work. No joke... and if it is on a hard surface (not clothes) you can use an expo marker I can ad…d, that if you use common hair spray (aerosol) spray the spot, blot, spray and then blot, you will see the stain coming up. That works on carpet and upholstery as well. Inknix is an ink remover that you purchase from an office supply store, choose a small local store to support our small businesses. Call to see if they stock it. If not, they can normally they can get it from their wholesaler and have it the next morning. I guess they are working on the site for the product because inknix.com is under construction apparently.
Transition Markers: Markers that show progression from one point to another. They are also known as connectors. They are used to join ideas together. They help to make writing… more coherent.
A noun marker is an article, a determiner, or a quantifier; one of those little words that precede and modify nouns. A determiner can be the definite article 'the' or the in…definite articles 'a' or 'an'. A determiner can be a possessive adjective: my, your, his, her, its, our, their, or whose. A determiner can be a demonstrative pronoun: this, that, these, or those. A quantifier tells us how many or how much: each, every either, neither some, any, no much, many, more, most little, less, least few, fewer, fewest what, whatever, which, whichever all, both, half several enough
A time marker is like a time connective and is used in a piece of writing to make it more interesting instead of using the same words to start a sentence. eg. Finally.now,bef…ore,after,Firstly,Secondly,eventually,later.......and so on! :)
for we can color or make art in it
Marker rendering refers to using high-quality markers to draw and color a representation of a product or idea. Ideally, a marker rendering is a very realistic drawing of the p…roduct or idea in question, and for this reason, these sorts of drawings are very useful when proposing new inventions, fashions, and product designs. Even though marker rendering is an "old fashioned" sort of skill, mostly replaced by computer rendering, it is still taught in most graphic design schools. "Prismacolor" is the common brand of marker used for this process, and "marker paper" and acetate are the common substrates.
Both are brand names for permanent markers.
markers are colorful sticks of ink used to draw pretty pictures. :) they come in many color all shapes and sizes. You can but them for a minimum of one dollar.
The ink is eventually used up on the paper or the ink is left out in air to evaporate- leaving a dry marker ;D
some enzymes present in certain organelles only , such specific enzymes are called marker enzymes
In Plural Nouns
A virulence marker is a diagnostic tool in detecting viral factors. The importance of identifying viral factors lies in opportunities for prevention and to identify modes …of transmission.
In Animal Life
Regulatory or informational markers are used to advise you of situations, dangers, or directions. They may indicate shoals, swim areas, speed zones, etc. They can be easily id…entified by the orange bands on the top and bottom of each buoy.
Transitional markers are words used when writing that connect other words and create a nice flow. Some examples of transitional markers would be and, but, or and if.
No, the word 'are' is not a noun marker; the word 'are' is a verb or auxiliary verb. Examples: You are next in line. We are going home. A noun …marker is an article, a determiner, or a quantifiers; one of those little words that precede and modify nouns. A determiner can be the definite article 'the' or the indefinite articles 'a' or 'an'. A determiner can be a possessive adjective: my, your, his, her, its, our, their, or whose. A determiner can be a demonstrative pronoun: this, that, these, or those. A quantifier tells us how many or how much: each, every either, neither some, any, no much, many, more, most little, less, least few, fewer, fewest what, whatever, which, whichever all, both, half several enough