minute mark

minute mark

(ˈmɪnɪt)
n
the symbol ′ used for minutes of arc and linear feet
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Lucas gave PSG a 10th-minute lead and Adrien Rabiot doubled their advantage on the 20 minute mark.
Kelly's sideline drifted all the way to the net on the 20 minute mark and Eoghan Nolan grabbed the second goal after a mazy run from Simon Donohoe.
28 to take 50m backstroke gold, then rounded off her meet by ducking under the minute mark for the first time this season to claim gold in the 100m backstroke.
Eventually, a great long pass from Javier Hernandez and a quick Pablo Barrera broke through for Mexico's first goal at the 28 minute mark.
For Al Ain, who lost one of their props in the warm-up, it was not to be a good day and indeed Bahrain's was doubled by the seven minute mark when Euan Kelly outstripped the visiting defence and Lourens duly slotted the conversion.
And in the 65th minute Mark Hudson fired home before Newsham netted a third in the 74th minute.
To do well at the European Championships I need to be down around the one minute mark over 100 metres and, given my preparation, I'm not sure I'll be in the shape to do that.
Scott Ward restored Billingham's lead on the powerplay on the 24 minute mark.
Just after the 50 minute mark, Blaze broke the deadlock when Dan Carlson snapped home a shot from a tight angle.
Sheffield's landlords, A&S Leisure, have offered the cash incentive to the first rider who lowers the Owlerton track record below the magical minute mark for the first time in the club's 70-year history.
ATHENA Clayson of Crosby and The City of Liverpool produced a personal best as she went under the one minute mark for the first time when winning the 100m freestyle to help Lancashire win the County Championship for the 13th time in a row at Sheffield.
The first goal was scored by the Syrian team at the five minute mark in the first half, with Rajaa Rafe'a capitalizing on an error by the Swedish goalie and building an early lead for Syria.