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vb (tr)
1. another word for demarcate
2. archaic to remove all trace of (a person or thing)


(dɪˈmɑr keɪt, ˈdi mɑrˌkeɪt)

v.t. -cat•ed, -cat•ing.
1. to determine or mark off the boundaries of.
2. to separate distinctly: to demarcate the lots with fences.
de•mar′ca•tor, n.
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The meeting at his Ain al-Tineh residence came days after the speaker claimed that the United Nations would assist in demarking Lebanon's disputed southern maritime border with Israel.
The vehicle features a carbon-fibre 'waterline,' wrapping all the way around the car, demarking upper and lower bodywork, and gilded 20-inch wheels.
Tenders are invited for CEDC /Central -Civil improvement works of providing chain link fencing for demarking the back side boundary of Govt.
Despite that the encounter was applauded by both countries, the king's stay did not end smoothly, as public controversy upon the announcement of the new Egypt-Saudi signed maritime borders' agreement, demarking two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia.
The Wali said in a press statement after the meeting that great efforts are underway for demarking the border with Ethiopia, indicating that the border demarcation would be completed next year after adoption of the Presidency of the Republic to the issue.
Saher bin Mohammed Al-Harbi pointed out that the directorate began demarking the zone by erecting sand barriers and guiding marks to prohibit approaching the declared specified zone, as any human or vehicle that may try to enter the zone, will be hold accountable by law, regardless of the form or purpose of entering the zone.
His left foot was standing on or just over the line demarking the area of ground under repair which is treated as part of the ground under repair.
The Security Council passed Resolution 833 for the year 1993 demarking the 216 km long Iraq-Kuwait borders.
Turkmenistan is demarking the border with Kazakhstan while Macedonia ended the demarcation with Kosovo few months ago," Dikena compares.
demarking a Palestinian state within June 4, 1967 borders," he noted.