Definitions

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  • adj. (of a manuscript) defaced with changes

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Examples

  • This is the least marked-up CEM I've ever received, and I'm hardly having to stet at all.

    "Eziah fought, but was easily bested."

  • 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."

    John Fox: 2012: Your Marketing Department's New Look

  • 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.

    Said & Done: Fifa's total transparency

  • 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 Volokh Conspiracy » Moot Court

  • The organizing team actually told me that they thought it might be demoralizing to see the marked-up briefs before the oral argument!

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Moot Court

  • 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.

    Egyptian Prosecutors to Question Mubarak

  • And it was there, in marked-up drafts of speeches such as the "Evil Empire" address, that I also encountered an intensely religious Reagan.

    Don't Forget An Essential Part of Reagan's Bio -- His Faith

  • 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."

    A durable doomsday preacher predicts the world's end <emdash/> again

  • 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.

    In which I steal an old post «

  • Go through the marked-up manuscript and enter the line edits into the new file.

    Thirteen what?? «

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