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circumscribed

 [ser´kum-skrībd]
bounded or limited; confined to a limited space.

cir·cum·scribed

(ser'kŭm-skrībd),
Bounded by a line; limited or confined.
Synonym(s): circumscriptus
[circum- + L. scribo, to write]

circumscribed

/cir·cum·scribed/ (serk´um-skrībd) bounded or limited; confined to a limited space.

circumscribed

(sûr′kəm-skrībd′)
adj.
Bounded by a line; limited or confined.

circumscribed

[-skrībd′]
Etymology: L, circum, around, scribere, to draw
within a well-defined area, or in one with definite boundaries or limits.

circumscribed

adjective Having distinct borders

cir·cum·scribed

(sĭr'kŭm-skrībd)
Bounded by a line; limited or confined.
[circum- + L. scribo, to write]

circumscribed

bounded or limited; confined to a limited space.

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Fish's emerging masculinity is thus systematically unmade in terms of a positive racial or sexual identity, for it is formed within an arena of white power which circumscribes entrance into the social world by persistently threatening the black male subject with total erasure and indeterminacy.
Ours is a jaundiced view of the United Nations; we see little nobility in its Children's Charter, which circumscribes the rights of parents, or in its repeated attempts to force abortion, contraception, and sterilization on Third World nations.
Section 351(g)(2)(B), however, circumscribes the application of the criteria in clauses (i) to (iii).
Stanivukovic's introduction circumscribes very seriously this masterpiece anthology which is expanded by the very well grounded afterword by Valerie Traub, two texts which show (without blurring the sixteenth-century texts) the pluralism of the critical methodologies and approaches to the Ovidian body as agent of cultural and textual discourse on the body.
In its most emotionally compelling moment his partners on the ground support a staggering Jones, as he teeters along the sturdy bench, which acts as a mobile boundary of the rectangle of light that circumscribes the dancing space.
And this interpenetration has only become more pronounced: Dolce (1999) circumscribes a central monologue that hoists the interview format to the altitude of Racinian tragedy; Moloch and Taurus (the private lives of Hitler and Lenin respectively; 1999 and 2001) rise from the archive, unleashing a controversial fictional genre of "historical imagination," one that rides on each viewer's own fascinated projections.