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Synonyms for delineate

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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To take an illustration from a sister art, the antiquarian details may be said to represent the peculiar features of a landscape under delineation of the pencil.
The auctioneer heard, without much surprise, that his was a constitution which (always with due watching) might be left to itself, so as to offer a beautiful example of a disease with all its phases seen in clear delineation, and that he probably had the rare strength of mind voluntarily to become the test of a rational procedure, and thus make the disorder of his pulmonary functions a general benefit to society.
But they all showed a rather remarkable aptitude for delineation which further fortified Bowen's comparisons between these people and the extinct Cro-Magnons whose ancient art is still preserved in the caverns of Niaux and Le Portel.
Tenders are invited for a consultant to provide on-call surveying services consisting of property surveys, topographic surveys, utility surveys, subsurface investigations, wetland delineations, interior building as-built drawings, and ALTA surveys.
New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) is seeking a consultant to provide on-call surveying services consisting of property surveys, topographic surveys, utility surveys, subsurface investigations, wetland delineations, interior building as-built drawings, and ALTA surveys.
NCDOT staff previously attempted to substitute field delineations of wetlands and streams with GIS-based delineations, but they quickly discovered that existing data were insufficient.
Most of the pages are devoted entirely to pictures of art, many of which have a soft blurred color tone and fuzzy delineations that give them a feel of transition between the borders of existential planes.
Of especial note are the in-depth delineations of e-mail hunting and other technological etiquette appropriate for online job hunting--the new social decorum of the twenty-first century.
The methodology used by the staff in mapping the delineations needed to be scientifically defensible and completed within the time and resources available to RIDEM.
The evaluation resulted in the development of area weighted mean transmissivity and hydraulic gradient as critical input parameters, the selection of the MWCAP Module of the WHPA Model to execute groundwater modelling procedures in solving the UFE for clip boxes and WHPA delineations, and the use of the UFE and a modified USGS technique for mapping the WHPA.
1) While new social histories showed how classes and communities came into being as the result of large-scale sociological processes and came to consciousness of their ability to affect these processes, "birth" studies generally eschew such narratives in favor of the complicated creation and negotiation of identities and conceptual delineations as exercises of power by both social authorities and those whom they seek to classify.
While Topalov's account does not concentrate on France - Great Britain is the primary focus - the book's failure to examine the way in which conceptions of gender and, especially in the United States, race, functioned in the delineation of social categories like the unemployed clearly reflects its origins.
This program will allow the Corps to place more reliance on private sector delineations, thus aiding in a reduction of the current backlog of wetland delineations.
Under a January 1994 Memorandum of Agreement between the three agencies, NRCS will continue using its own manual for swampbuster delineations but will use the Corps' 1987 manual for Clean Water Act delineations on associated non-agricultural lands.
Wetland delineation is a critical step in determining where these federal restrictions apply, and as such, has long been a contentious feature of the wetlands debate.