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show the form or outline of

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determine the essential quality of

trace the shape of

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make a mark or lines on a surface

describe in vivid detail

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represented accurately or precisely

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Measurement A is the diameter of the frontal sinuses at the widest point--that is, the distance between the projected lines that delineate the maximum lateral limits of the right and left sinuses (line E to H).
These separate data sets have enabled the author to delineate the range of the choices and constraints affecting black slaves in France, as well as their masters, lawyers, magistrates and the French monarchs themselves.
In concert with the selected individual, hospital management needs to lay out a program, over time, with an explicit list of targets and priorities; develop a position description that delineates the assigned responsibilities; identify the delegated authority for implementation; and define the role to avoid conflicts of interest.
IDC's Insight, Software Macro-Trends: Reshaping Enterprise Software (IDC #34006), delineates the top software macro-trends currently impacting the enterprise software market, providing a definition for each macro-trend as well as a related high-level customer/market impact analysis.
Surveying popular rebellions from the colonial period to the present, Gilje delineates two basic types of riots: on the one hand, people expressed their discontent by use of symbolic gestures and rituals while adhering to unwritten rules of what constituted legitimate crowd behavior; on the other hand, rioters engaged in acts of unlimited violence that defied any set of conduct.
By use of these categories the author delineates four periods of U.
Awkward, Hemenway, and Carby address the history of the novel's reception by critics and the academy; McKay delineates the novel's relationship to traditions of autobiography; and DuPlessis explores the work's implications for feminist cultural studies.
Awkward's exemplary introduction delineates the critical premises that ignored or damned Their Eyes: the demand that black writers produce protest fiction, and the perception that Hurston was, in the Langston Hughes's phrase, "a perfect 'darkie.
The image on the right, a composite of the long and short exposures, delineates the bridging filaments.
Canterbury has filed a Form 8-K with the Securities and Exchange Commission relating to this event and has attached as an exhibit the September 8, 2004 letter from Nasdaq which delineates the details relating to Nasdaq's decision.
Greene uses these materials creatively in giving us both a collective and an individual history that delineates broad patterns of change.
The Hubble Space Telescope's image also delineates a network of clumps and filaments farther out from the shell, about half a light-year from the star's center.
UNICO plans to release more details from this thesis as well as the results from a 1998 report from consulting geologists and engineers, Watts, Griffis, McQuat that delineates the Silver Bell deposit on-strike and on-depth.
has combined a polarization sensor and a SEM to produce an instrument that both delineates the surface structure of a sample and maps out its magnetic domains.
In her own terms, she delineates the basically Jacobin politics that flowed from it, but she leaves hanging the indictment filed by a long line of conservative critics, most recently and effectively M.