Definition of Demarcating

1. Verb. (present participle of demarcate) ¹



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Definition of Demarcating

1. demarcate [v] - See also: demarcate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Demarcating

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demantoid
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demanufacturers
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demanufacturing
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demarc extension
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demarcating (current term)
demarcation
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demarcation potential
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demarginalization
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Literary usage of Demarcating

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1. Statement Presented on Behalf of Chile in Reply to the Argentine Report by Chile (1902)
"Moreover, the demarcating Sub-Commission entrusted with the operations on the ground could not in any case have suspended their tasks without clear and ..."

2. Gender, Land and Livelihoods in East Africa: Through Farmers' Eyes by Ritu Verma (2001)
"In addition, the number of hedges used for demarcating physical boundaries in ... of hedges for the purpose of demarcating boundaries is controlled by men. ..."

3. Liberia: Description, History, Problems by Frederick Starr (1913)
"Amended to read, that the Liberian Government shall depute an officer or officers to be associated with the British officer in demarcating the ..."

4. The Medical Aspects of Mustard Gas Poisoning by Aldred Scott Warthin, Carl Vernon Weller (1919)
"Following the lesion there is a demarcating inflammation, with slow regeneration, repair or cicatrization. The regeneration of the epidermis proceeds from ..."

5. Arbitration Upon a Part of the National Territory of Misiones Disputed by by Argentina, Estanislao Severo Zeballos (1893)
"As I have already demonstrated, the survey of 1759 was pronounced void, and the new demarcating commissioners responded to the provisions of the treaty of ..."

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