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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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We hope this operation will help create an environment conducive to raising other humanitarian concerns, for example the fact that family members separated by the demarcation line cannot cross the gates to maintain family ties," said Jean-Jacques Fresard, who heads the ICRC delegation in Syria.
The Hashimoto proposal reportedly involves giving Moscow temporary administrative rights over the islands after the two countries draw a demarcation line between Etorofu, the most northerly of the dispute islands, and Russia's Urup Island.
Soldiers are not allowed to cross the demarcation line, are not allowed heavy weapons and are not allowed to fire their guns.
It is the only place where North And South Koreans can come in contact on a daily basis to observe each side's abidance by a demarcation line dividing the two Koreas.
24 (ANI): The head of Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) delegation to the inter-Korean general-level military talks Monday announced five measures on the bilateral ties with South Korea, which include restricting and cutting off all the land passages through the Military Demarcation Line (MDL).
This colonial border agreement, affected by the influx of Jewish immigrants into Mandate Palestine, was reinforced by the Armistice Demarcation Line between Lebanon and Israel in 1949.
The October accord stipulated the setting of a demarcation line between the two nations as part of its implementation.
For this, first plumb down from the side of the bath, and put a demarcation line an inch back from the side of the bath.
A Minju Josun newspaper analysis said: ``The countermeasure is only too legitimate, now that we can no longer unilaterally observe the provisions of the Korean Armistice Agreement relating to the demilitarized zone along the military demarcation line.
I believe that the public/private demarcation line is practically irrelevant when it comes to understanding the value-propositions and business models of individual companies.
He accused Kiev of ignoring recent ceasefire overtures by Moscow, which last week said it would ask rebels to pull back artillery from a demarcation line agreed in a September truce.
TOKYO, July 14 (KUNA) -- North Korea fired about one hundred artillery shells into the East Sea (Sea of Japan) from a place close to the military demarcation line on Monday, the Seoul-based Yonhap News Agency reported, citing a South Korean military official.