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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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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.
Cambodia and Vietnam had planned to end border demarcation before the beginning of this year, but Var Kimhong said postponement was required because the border issues are ''complicated.
Versatile Ethernet Service Demarcation - All the ports of the LE-310 are either dual speed (10/100Mbps or 100Mbps/GigE) or triple speed (10/100Mbps/GigE).
All kinds of surveys and demarcations with neighboring countries and states are within the mandate of Survey of Pakistan, a subordinate department of Ministry of Defence,' it added.
The technical body was supposed to present its proposed demarcations of the borders since last year.