delineate


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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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However, India, China, and several other developing countries demanded that any investment agreement delineate not just the rights of investors and the rights of states, but also the responsibility of investors.
SOP 97-2 guidance also addressed revenue allocation using VSOE (vendor specific objective evidence) -- price books that delineate component pricing when sold separately, or prices set by management with "appropriate authority." If there is no existing VSOE for a contract, SOP 97-2 required that the entire contract be deferred, SOP 989 extended the main principles of 97-2.
Visible to passers-by on the bridge, the room is threaded by flowing steel ribbons coloured orange and silver which delineate zones -- cafe, reception and waiting.
Such exaggerations, called reproductive-character displacements, help delineate species.
But the cuts, the twisting path-ways, the volumes of this building heart-labyrinth delineate the inevitable relationship that ties each of us to our own closed-off areas and our need to make them habitable.
Measurement A is the diameter of the frontal sinuses at the widest point--that is, the distance between the projected lines that delineate the maximum lateral limits of the right and left sinuses (line E to H).
Haynes wittily employs the media to delineate glam rock's stylistic rebellion against the austere postures of hippiedom.
These separate data sets have enabled the author to delineate the range of the choices and constraints affecting black slaves in France, as well as their masters, lawyers, magistrates and the French monarchs themselves.
These findings delineate with unprecedented precision one component of a brain system that organizes emotional responses to complex personal and social situations, writes neuroscientist Antonio R.
Thus the glass-and-metal cupola-like structure that Sarcevic had built in the main hall of the Kunstverein, for instance, is to be seen as a construct originating from a point high above in a corner and fanning out in bowing lines that, meeting the ground, delineate a closed, impenetrable space.
For several years, gene mappers have used DNA signposts called microsatellite repeats as markers to delineate these sections.
The striasomes also delineate areas that innervate different brain areas.
Scanning electron microscopes (SEM) delineate the structure of a specimen's surface; transverse electron microscopes send electrons through the sample to find out about its interior.
Painterly in aspect if not in execution, Pylypchuk's synthetic creations (twenty-six new works, all from 2000, were on view) use the pattern of wood grain and the verticals and horizontals of the fabric and wallcoverings to delineate schematic interiors, landscapes, and seaside narratives.