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delimit

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Synonyms for demarcate

set, mark, or draw the boundaries of something

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Khalife said that Beirut and Damascus had engaged in serious talks over demarcating the border since after both countries gained independence from France in the mid-1940s.
Chandigarh (Punjab)[India], Nov 1 ( ANI ): To further tighten the noose around the neck of offenders who are bent on violating the anti-tobacco law, Punjab government on Thursday said that 100 yard area around every educational institution will be put under the yellow line, demarcating them as Tobacco Free Zone.
The agency has been in charge of formulating the government's policies towards the Indians since then, including the fundamental step of demarcating Indian lands.
UN Security Council issued in 1993 a resolution on demarcating Iraqi-Kuwait borders with a length of 216 km, which matter was partly implemented during the ex-regime.
NNA - 3/11/2011 - Member of Parliament Ahmed Fatfat told Voice of Lebanon that the credibility of the dialogue is very crucial, calling on all concerned parties which took part in the first dialogue to respect the earlier commitments such as the international tribunal, demarcating the Joint borders with Syria and withdrawal of weapons outside the Palestinian refugee camps as well as organize the weapons inside these camps.
September 3, 2011 (BENTIU) - Demarcating the border between Sudan and newly independent South Sudan will help build a sustainable peace between the two countries, a representative from Concordis International - a conflict resolution NGO - said on Saturday.
"Demarcating the border will prevent Israel from continuing to claim that Shabaa Farms is part of Syrian territory and hence the decision to pull out from it can only be in line with [peace] negotiations with Syria," the report added.
The petition read that the local surfers have saved many lives and continue to serve as unofficial lifesavers at the beach.Scott Chambers, the Managing Director of Surf Dubai, said that with the civic body earlier demarcating an area exclusively for swimmers, the whole idea was confusing.
My predictions will sometimes be wrong, demarcating the potential of education reform.
Moreover, some scholars warn of the danger in using Dokdo instead of Ullung-do as the cardinal point in demarcating an EEZ.
To prevent a similar recurrence, the two countries agreed to resume talks as early as in May on demarcating their EEZ in the waters near the islets.
The lines of the steps extend into the ground floor, demarcating the three main functions of the entrance area (lobby, 200 seat auditorium and exhibition space).
More than 50 ICTV study groups were given the task of demarcating the 1,550 viral species that were recognized in the 7th ICTV report, which was published in 2000.
Neatly demarcating the contours of the white cube, Eliasson simultaneously disallowed any holistic comprehension of it.)
In a transitional chapter, Taylor highlights the importance of his project: "Demarcating science rhetorically might help prefigure more democratic discourse of and about science in our age" (p.