minute mark

minute mark

(ˈmɪnɪt)
n
the symbol ′ used for minutes of arc and linear feet
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Despite Quesada scoring again in the 66th minute mark, the Filipinas just couldn't hold on as Thailand took over.
They must try to see it out for 70-plus minutes, to break the 60 minute mark hoodoo.
Chile's Arturo Vidal scored his team's only goal from the penalty spot on the 59 minute mark. The two teams played minute one player each after Messi and Chile captain Gary Medel were sent off.
With time winding down, Kevin Ingreso put the Azkals Legends on the board at the 46th minute mark for their first goal.
On the 50-minute mark scrumhalf Tantum crossed in the right-hand corner to make the score 21-10 after a conversion from Murphy and Merthyr's lead was reduced further when Murphy slotted his second penalty of the evening to make the score 21-13 just before the 55th minute mark.
And despite a rash of scoring chances at both ends - Hammers totting up 19 attempts to Liverpool's 20 - the game had ticked past the 120 minute mark when Lucas's rash challenge paved the way for a result which secured West Ham's trop to Blackburn Rovers in the fifth round on Sunday week.
Robert Doran hit Cables' first goal on 11 minutes before Edgar grabbed two goals in a matter of two minutes around the 15 minute mark.
Having landed 200m backstroke bronze in 2:13.01 on the opening day, the Commonwealth medallist clocked 28.28 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.
In the 65th minute Mark Doddswent on adummy run and Mattie Collins drove in low tomake it 3-0.
And in the 65th minute Mark Hudson fired home before Newsham netted a third in the 74th minute.
Scott Ward restored Billingham's lead on the powerplay on the 24 minute mark.