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de·mar·ca·tion

(dē'mar-kā'shŭn),
A setting of limits; a boundary.
[Fr. fr. L. de, from, + Mediev. L. marco, to mark]

demarcation

[dē′märkā′shən]
Etymology: L, de, from, marcare, to mark
the process of setting limits or boundaries.

demarcation

Forming a plane of separation between living and dead tissue, as in dry GANGRENE.

de·mar·ca·tion

(dēmahr-kāshŭn)
A setting of limits; a boundary.
[Fr. fr. L. de, from, + Mediev. L. marco, to mark]
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This weird demarcation has on several occasions affected the functioning of police and the registration of cases, thereby delaying prompt action.
The team also expressed their gratitude to the Minister for the latter's assurance of providing all the necessary road connectivity, demarcation with proper fencing in the newly acquired site in Niuland.
Diriector of Spatial Data, explained issuing of demarcation certificates online comprises receiving an application for demarcation by the coordinator, entering the details in the system and referring them automatically to the Quality Control Officer for verification.
I would not comment on the statements of official Belgrade and I will also refrain from saying anything about the threats of the opposition that they are going to appeal against the border demarcation law before the Constitutional Court.
By mid-morning, about half the men had crossed the demarcation line at Quneitra, said ICRC spokeswoman Nadia Dibsy.
Var Kimhong, senior minister in charge of border affairs and top negotiator with neighboring countries on border issues, told Kyodo News he met with his Vietnamese counterpart Ho Xuan Son on Monday and Tuesday in Cambodia's northern Siem Reap Province and the two countries agreed to end the border demarcation project by 2012.
Although the Brazilian Ministry of Justice ordered the self-demarcation to stop, the Deni refused and their persistence paid off when Funai, the Brazilian government's agency in charge of indigenous issues and territory demarcation, recognised their land.
The North Korean soldiers crossed the demarcation line in the middle of the demilitarized zone, meaning that they technically intruded into South Korea by 20 or 30 yards, according to statements by the South.
Under the new regulation, this primary point of demarcation is shifted to the "minimum point of entry" in the building.
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Contract award notice: Cleaning service in dependencies of the demarcation of roads of the state in galicia and of the demarcation of roads of the state in asturias.