demarcate

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Synonyms for demarcate

delimit

Synonyms for demarcate

Synonyms for demarcate

set, mark, or draw the boundaries of something

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CNA said that it has initiated legal action in 10 Brazilian states because of disputes over lands that Funai wants demarcated as Indian.
The available clinical studies on the prevalence of the demarcated hypomineralisation defects in primary teeth are scarce and illustrate a wide variation in prevalence rates without specifying individual tooth type [Ghanim et al.
He told Pajhwok Afghan News that the foreign ministers of two countries had agreed upon the procedure 18 months back that the areas which were not disputed must be demarcated properly.
They can use areas beyond the demarcated area and other parts of the beach," said Alya Al Harmoudi, head of the Coastal Zone Management and Waterways Section at the Environment Department of Dubai Municipality.
He said: "The areas that will show positive results will then be demarcated into additional blocks and published in the Government Gazette to invite more bids from petroleum-exploration companies".
For Chinese men, the legal and extra-legal forms of policing, (in the forms of the exclusion laws as well as the heightened vigilance of the movement of all Chinese men during the manhunt for Ling,) contributed to the retreat into the safer space of a clearly demarcated ethnic community where their presence needed no explanation.
Cellular zones for lecture theatres, seminar rooms, offices and so on are demarcated within the basic module of the open plan prairie where students roam freely, studying and socialising.
These make possible "the creation of what I call homoerotic space: a safe, because carefully demarcated, zone in which homoeroticism can appear" (15).
These six dogs will accelerate the rate at which mined areas in Sri Lanka can be identified, demarcated, cleared, and double-checked to ensure that deadly persistent landmines these "hidden killers" really have been cleared.
New features include a running list of chapter titles at the bottom of each page and an easy-to-locate index demarcated with colored pages.
Some of them -- for example, Yugoslavia or Romania -- may move toward closer international cooperation more rapidly than others, and hence the two phases need not necessarily be sharply demarcated.
Modern nations are composed of many ethnic groups, and even these ethnic groups are hardly pure and easily demarcated from one another.
Well, how about moving on a few years when the line between new wave and punk was still not completely demarcated and the two were still pretty much the same thing?
You line up in an area of switchbacks demarcated by chains.
The general added Myanmar uses a map of the Myanmar-Thai boundary as demarcated by the colonial British government, but Thailand ''appears to use its own map.