demarcate


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delimit

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Synonyms for demarcate

set, mark, or draw the boundaries of something

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After hearing the arguments the court ordered to stop interference of district government and said that Election Commission of Pakistan is the only authority to define and demarcate constituencies.
The Gujarat govt has ordered the demarcation of our land but locals are not allowing the agency to demarcate the land owned by the Sikhs.
Iran has reached initial agreements to demarcate its maritime borders with Bahrain and Qatar, the pan-Arab daily AL HAYAT reported on Thursday.
The Macedonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs contradicted the information of the Kosovo television Klan Kosova that Macedonia is going to call for an international arbitration to demarcate its border to Kosovo unless the disagreements between the two parties are overcome soon.
We asked the Syrian government to demarcate the border (with Lebanon) and the answer was it won't delineate the boundary as long as the Shebaa Farms remain occupied," Hariri said.
A first round of talks in Bangkok failed last week after Thai and Cambodian defence ministers could not agree on which maps to use to demarcate the border.
Failure of the talks was expected well before the opening as each side's position over how to demarcate the zones collided head-on.
Such flags not only demarcate individuality but also help point out where one's seats are amid the sea of humanity should a member of the party venture out for beer or one of the festival's delicious and shockingly reasonably priced delicacies (mouth-watering soft-shell crab po'-boys go for a mere $8, and a bowl of some of the best gumbo you're likely to enjoy is only $5).
Shiozaki is expected to discuss a bilateral dispute involving the South Korea-controlled islets in the Sea of Japan after South Korea planned to name seafloor topography near the islets and a meeting possibly in May to demarcate their exclusive economic zones in the waters near the islets.
1398(j)(2)(B) to demarcate the earliest year to which a loss may be carried back, as well as the earliest year from which such a loss may emanate, favors P's position that he may carry forward NOLs received from the bankruptcy estate to post-commencement years.
Instrumenting an application involves writing additional code within it to detect, demarcate, and report transaction milestones.
21, Palestinian police officers said the hand-over of land near Hebron would be delayed due to a dispute over where to demarcate the border.
is a production of historically shifting social communities that rhetorically demarcate themselves from other communities" (p.
official that it would not make any concessions on the disputed maritime border zone with Israel believed to contain large quantities of natural gas, but expressed willingness to demarcate the area with the help of the U.
Following a three day meeting held in the Ethiopian capital under the auspices of the African Union Border Programme (AUBP), the two sides signed two agreements in order to demarcate the 80% agreed border.