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determine the essential quality of

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set, mark, or draw the boundaries of something

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Open that file in Excel, and choose "delimited text" and the quotation character as the delimiter.
1 Effect of Broadcasting Schedule by Start Delimiter Header
c]) is called, which adds (1) a node to the plan with label C and delimiters i and j, and (2) edges from C to all of the nodes in M as they appear in the plan.
Wishing to avoid having a great number of equivalent classes and apprehending the possibility of this situation we made it a point to use systems that are not case-sensitive, not delimiter sensitive and allow the name space for their classes and properties.
You now need to tell Excel the delimiters contained in your data--that is, whether the numbers or words are separated by tabs, semicolons, commas, spaces or something else.
2]) capture the two interleaved patterns of matched delimiters noted above: L([S.
50 server, NetPAC-Z offers all of the features of its predecessor including hypertext links, customized home pages, interlibrary loan management, powerful search function, graphical interfaces, cross-referencing, search delimiters, statistics and reports, and bibliography displays.
These sections provide a ready reference to the symbols, logic, wild card functions, term truncators, Boolean operators and date delimiters that can be used at each site to perform tightly focused searches.
Typing in unbalanced delimiters is a common bug in Lisp coding that need never occur if you use Emacs Menus [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 5 OMITTED].
Beyond its increase over time, schooling varied with the other delimiters of status in early twentieth-century Iowa.
Beidler perhaps inadvertently underscores the ragged edges of such delimiters by including several texts - like Pirsig's Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance (1974) and the anonymous Go Ask Alice (1971) - not published until the seventies.
Each database can now have its own specific name delimiters (used to delimit table and field names containing spaces, dashes, or other illegal characters) and you can edit the delimiters in the Database properties page.
After composing a string message having delimiters in between words, for each word, first we check whether the specified word exists in database or not.
From a very general standpoint, you can view a delimited text file as a database table--the rows going across the screen are individual records, the columns going vertically up and down are the fields, and the delimiters are the boundaries that separate the discrete pieces of information or fields.