when millions shall be crowded into our manufactories and commercial cities--then will come the great and fearful pressure upon the engine--then will the line of demarkation
[sic] stand most palpably drawn, between the rich and the poor, the capitalist and the laborer-- then will thousands, yea millions arise, whose hard lot it may be to labor from morn till eve through a long life, without the cheering hope of passing from that toilsome condition in which the first years of their manhood found them, or even of accumulating in advance that small fund which may release the old and infirm from labor and toil, and mitigate the sorrow of declining years.
On August 19, 1825, a treaty was negotiated at Prairie du Chien, Michigan Territory, in which the Chippewa and the Sioux agreed on a line of demarkation
[sic] between their territories.
However, Coun Mullaney admitted that getting rid of all demarkation
between road and pavement, as has happened in parts of Europe, might not be suitable for Birmingham.
Opening the blinds and looking out the window across the Joint Security Area (JSA) of the demilitarized zone (DMZ) between North and South Korea, a mere 20 yards at most to the actual military demarkation
line (MDL), he can hardly make out anything in the thick fog that blankets the area.
30) And Representative Nicholson stated that "[t]he line of demarkation
[sic] between State and Federal power, which has been already too much obscured by the great latitude of construction given of late to the several grants of power, is now to be entirely obliterated.