The money Salye thought was earmarked for the purchase—90 million deutschmarks—disappeared.
Particular bars and nightclubs are earmarked as gay-friendly despite the crackdown, members told The Daily Beast.
The argument for petitioners is that the tax moneys are not earmarked, and that Congress is at liberty to spend them as it will.
To date, some $188 million has been earmarked to save tropical forests.
As of Nov. 3, only $110 million had been earmarked for the region—most of which has yet to arrive.
That part of the surplus value, however, which is earmarked for capitalisation, must be realised elsewhere.
It would not be necessary, perhaps, that such gold should be "earmarked."
Even in that case an earmarked subsidy would be out of place.
As they looked, a young man knelt over the yearling and earmarked it.
I earmarked Charlie for a raise and a better job right there.
1590s, "to identify by an earmark," from earmark (n.). Meaning "to set aside money for a special purpose" is attested by 1868. Related: Earmarked; earmarking.