from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To delineate or mark out.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To delineate.
- transitive v. To mark out.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To mark out; delineate.
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The issue is how far down the road do we wish to continue the negative deline in atmospheric quality before we act.
Typically, these big deepwater wells come on strongly, around 40,000 to 50,000 barrels per day, but deline very quickly as flow is carefully controlled to maintain productivity.
There have been a variety of reasons posited for the nationwide deline in crime rates but the fact that the crime rate is lower than it was in the past seems to part of the general US trend but that decline is slower than that of most of the country, whatever the reason is.
The deline in scoring statically is from taking fewer shots: 3 less FG and about 1.5 less FT a game.
M. O'BRIEN: M.deline, is it difficult, as you go through this battle, knocking on all these doors -- sometimes you just want to scream, you know?
Joanna's 17th birthday party is tonight at 8: 30 P.M. FYI: I got her M.deline L'Engle's An Acceptable Time and these cubic zirconian earrings.
As for the all-important aether, Maxwell's equations deline - ated for it an inner structure that could not be en - visaged in credible Newtonian mechanical terms.
The Canadian market was held back by a deline in oil prices, as crude fell $1.01 U.S. to $97.47 a barrel in New York.
People, that had lived through the over complication and subsequent decline of MySpace, have been talking about the inevitable deline of Facebook, and now they see a crux point and migration to google+, the new kid on the block.
One way politics and ignorance will eventually cause further deline.