from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To set the boundaries of; delimit.
- transitive v. To separate clearly as if by boundaries; distinguish: demarcate categories.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. to mark the limits or boundaries of something; to delimit
- v. to mark the difference between two causes of action; to distinguish
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To mark by bounds; to set the limits of; to separate; to discriminate.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To mark off from adjoining land or territory; set the limits or boundaries of.
- To determine the relative limits of; separate or clearly discriminate.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. separate clearly, as if by boundaries
- v. set, mark, or draw the boundaries of something
In PyrT 1.ix, I think we could even get away with assigning tulerase the meaning 'they brought' instead of 'demarcate'.
One side denies while the other side fails to demarcate the difference between natural and man man causation.
�Now there are fears that this fragile peace could unravel, unless both sides make up for lost time by figuring out a way to share oil revenue, demarcate borders and prepare for a vote that's likely to split the country into two.
But there is an even more dramatic way to move forward on the peace process, while at the same time marginalizing Iran: demarcate the future borders of the state of Palestine.
Some of the games use string, to demarcate a penalty zone for putting too far, or bank notes that you try to stop the ball on.
To me the idea of ‘drawing a circle’ or ‘creating a circle’ around oneself is a way to invisibly demarcate their energetic field.
OrenWithAnE: Let me put it this way, if we agreed, right now, to demarcate all the neighborhood in Jerusalem that are majority Arab — we ought to be able to agree that Jewish settlement should not take place there.
Let me put it this way, if we agreed, right now, to demarcate all the neighborhood in Jerusalem that are majority Arab — we ought to be able to agree that Jewish settlement should not take place there.
Taken together, these answers demarcate the scope and limits of targeted killing.
The reason for that — perhaps not articulated fully — was that the circles that demarcate them should be understood as limits of inclusion.