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Synonyms for dividing line

a conceptual separation or distinction

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the dividing lines are smaller than foreseen in the local development plan provided that the required parameters of the street and the timing of land necessary for redevelopment technical infrastructure.
Deputy Foreign Minister of Armenia Shavarsh Kocharyan advises Azerbaijan to stop creating new dividing lines.
So it is about thin dividing lines, and that was the difference again today.
He also insisted that the Lib Dems were winning public support for their plan to impose a "mansion tax" on large properties, as the party sought to draw dividing lines with the Conservatives over how to balance the nation's books.
Here is how we see the dividing lines between all of the players.
BRIDGEND AM Carwyn Jones, widely tipped as a future First Minister, last night told Labour supporters the party needs clear dividing lines from the Conservatives but must do more than hark back to the days of Margaret Thatcher.
In comparison to the debate which led to the adoption of the 2007-2013 budget, "the dividing lines are not fundamentally different".
While the dividing lines between the first four may be blurred, the last stands clearly apart as a different sort of a role.
There is, therefore, a greatly expanded constituency for Labour's politics and much less interest in the traditional civil war dividing lines.
Inspired by Dante's meditations on Paradise, the result is an elemental sampler of robustly drawn lightning bolts, dividing lines, flower heads, bird heads, stairs, stars, circles, humps, explosions, keys, and crosses.
Philipp Harnoncourt has written, "A church cannot define its essence by establishing what it is not, by setting dividing lines.
Police said the SUV went out of control, crossed the center dividing lines into opposing traffic and onto a dirt shoulder.
No, Mr Baldwin, the NEC isn't officially in Birmingham if you want to go scouring the Ordnance Survey maps for those little dotted dividing lines.