Xstones is a graphics benchmark
The result from one institution compared to a similar site allows managers to benchmark their performance with peers.
However, the Millennium Volunteers initiative, set up by the Government in 1999, has set a new benchmark for youth volunteering.
the pay settlement will set a benchmark for other employers and workers
In three weeks time, though, there are going to be large changes to the market average, which everyone is trying to benchmark their performance against.
If we accept 2hr 10 min as the benchmark for a male marathoner, it is worthwhile considering that in 1987, just two runners raced inside that time.
A comparison group was developed to benchmark the level of complications without any intervention.
We will continue to benchmark our council tax to ensure it remains in line with outer London as a whole.
The benchmark is a standard survey ordinance mark, a horizontal line about 500 millimetres long, and with a broad arrow just above it, under a small cliff on the northern face of the island.
The survey therefore is an excellent benchmark for SME's in this area to compare themselves to businesses in the rest of the country.