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Prince George’s, like the rest of the region, is seeing a marked uptick in coronavirus cases.

It held about 127 million shares at the end of September, a marked shift for an investment that once ranked as Berkshire’s biggest.

From Fortune

A report from the firm suggests that the title has pulled in more than $1 billion in revenue since the start of the year, a marked increase since 2019 that might be surprising given the social effects of a global pandemic.

Kinney said she has noticed a marked improvement in his energy levels in recent months as a result.

Lockdown conditions continued to hit beverage sales in restaurants, bars and other out-of-home venues, but Coca-Cola’s third quarter was a marked improvement on the second.

From Digiday

And as bad as it might be for gay or lesbian people, the discrimination is markedly worse for transgender people.

All of this contrasts markedly with pre-recession policies, especially what has come to be known as the “Beckham Law.”

Once Easley learned to recognize the triggers, she says, their lives improved markedly.

But unlike other recent books in its genre, Unspeakable Things is markedly uninterested in converting its readers.

Senate spending has been slight, while markedly almost $300,000 has been spent specifically in opposition to Speaker John Boehner.

They are straight or curved rods, which vary markedly in size and outline, and stain very irregularly (Fig. 123).

The whole episode contrasts markedly with the exploit of Bishop Sinclair in Fife.

There are not many deliberately autobiographical writings that are markedly sincere; there are not many direct human documents.

This comes out most markedly in their attachment to their own historic Church and their readiness to work on its behalf.

The attitude of the Czar toward Napoleon was markedly different from that of his predecessors in defeat.


On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to markedly, such as: considerably, conspicuously, decidedly, greatly, notably, and noticeably.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.