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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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Even the notes for enumerators in 1881 accepted that "no accurate line of demarkation can be dr awn between these terms".