- adj. (of a manuscript) defaced with changes
“This is the least marked-up CEM I've ever received, and I'm hardly having to stet at all.”
“Here are the highlights you may also grab my personal, marked-up version of the report here: "Customers no longer separate marketing from the product -- it is the product.”
“Other Fifa headlines in 2006: Jack Warner reselling marked-up World Cup tickets; four Fifa execs sacked for "lying repeatedly" to sponsors; Plus Sepp pledging a "new-look ethics committee" to handle bribery claims, bringing "more transparency" to Fifa.”
“It was a real struggle to convince the organizers of one moot court that the students should get the graded/marked-up briefs before they went into the oral arguments, so the students could see their weak spots and what they needed to improve in advance of oral argument.”
“The organizing team actually told me that they thought it might be demoralizing to see the marked-up briefs before the oral argument!”
“The lawyer from the prosecutor's office said Mr. Nazif, who was arrested Sunday afternoon, will be detained for questioning for 15 days in connection with a deal to import license plates at marked-up rates from a German company.”
“And it was there, in marked-up drafts of speeches such as the "Evil Empire" address, that I also encountered an intensely religious Reagan.”
“I made a very deliberate decision to make the Bible my university," Camping said, reaching for his battered, brown King James Bible and flipping nimbly through pages with marked-up margins and taped-up tears.”
“The editor sends a marked-up copy of the manuscript and an editorial letter which contains all the questions and comments that could not be confined to the margin.”
“Go through the marked-up manuscript and enter the line edits into the new file.”
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