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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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Pinpointing domestic service in the early modem period presents a challenge which Meldrum handles well by delineating the relationship between slavery and service and the confounding of categories of service in agricultural households, and concluding with a well-accepted definition of "domestic servant" as a fulltime, live-in servant dwelling in a household and performing domestic tasks for wages.
Trials delineating surgical management have included only small samples of patients.
Kermeth Mostern's Autobiography and Black Identity Politics builds upon the work of Cedric Robinson and Wahneema Lubiano, among others, by undertaking the ambitious task of delineating the generative role of "marxist ontologies" in the development of key pro-Black and Black feminist political positions throughout the twentieth century.
Markers delineating a certain chromosome 6 segment appeared progressively more often as individuals displayed more severe psychotic symptoms, regardless of whether they received a diagnosis of schizophrenia, the scientists assert in the December 1997 American Journal of Human Genetics.
The second introductory section highlights events in Marot's life, focuses on the enterprise of translating the pseaumes, and devotes attention to clarifying the socio-cultural circumstances surrounding the composition of the Psalter as well as to delineating the intellectual circles in which Marot himself moved.
Surveys of managed care organizations find most are proficient at delineating the financial consequences of physician reimbursement.
Assembled of twisted and stressed steel, rubber, and plywood, these are as much about delineating space as they are about creating plastic forms, and the shapes they take are but a by-product of Perrin's penchant for pushing each material to its limits.
I wish journalists would remember this when they write articles delineating this or that politician's blueprint for America's future.
The interpretation presented by Patterson Geophysics indicates that there exists a strong SW-NE magnetic trend delineating a major fault system on its Douglas River/Cluff Lake property, which is located approximately 30 km southeast of the Cluff Lake Mine.
The second brief presents Rhode Island child poverty rates, with a table delineating child poverty rates by city/town and a graph illustrating the increase in child poverty rate between 1990 and 2000.
Fass's method works less well in delineating the social history of other types of child abduction.
was finishing up its report on the science of identifying and delineating wetlands.
Results of the 3D IP survey completed over the NW Zone indicate that 3D IP surveys are a highly effective tool for delineating the extent of this type of mineralization.
Appended is a table delineating how much each state and the District of Columbia budgets for its state prekindergarten program or the Head Start supplement, and the schematic diagram for constructing universal preschool.
Magnetometer surveys corroborate mineralized trends outlined by anomalous soil samples, as well as delineating other potentially mineralized zones.