Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of demarcation.

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Examples

  • Rather, I think the problem is that it is unclear what kind of demarcations like “privilege” or “class” really do exist in US society, and, to the extent such demarcations exist, it’s unclear whether the pre-college life experience of undergraduates is an adequate basis for applying those demarcations.

    Point of Privilege « Whatever

  • Issues which have yet to be resolved include exact border demarcations and who gets to vote in the Abyei referendum, with nomads from the north who use land in the disputed region, a particular point of contention.

    US Officials : No More Time to Waste for Referenda in Sudan

  • As a consequence of the reductive parameters of these conservatisms, such as rigid canons, fixation on objects and absolute field demarcations, activist practices are not even included in the narratives and archives of political history and art theory, as long as they are not purged of their radical aspects, appropriated and coopted into the machines of the spectacle.

    Jane Chafin: Artspeak Quiz: Real or Randomly Generated?

  • As a consequence of the reductive parameters of these conservatisms, such as rigid canons, fixation on objects and absolute field demarcations, activist practices are not even included in the narratives and archives of political history and art theory, as long as they are not purged of their radical aspects, appropriated and coopted into the machines of the spectacle.

    Jane Chafin: Artspeak Quiz: Real or Randomly Generated?

  • She was restless, tired of the handful of books on her shelf, the same four walls with all their familiar demarcations, the unchanged roads she traveled back and forth between work at the restaurant and home, sinking further into loneliness without the energy to take the first steps outside the hole she had unwittingly dug.

    History of a Suicide

  • Most demarcations of historical epochs are necessarily vague.

    G. Roger Denson: Political Art Timeline, 1945-1966: Postwar Art of the Left

  • She was restless, tired of the handful of books on her shelf, the same four walls with all their familiar demarcations, the unchanged roads she traveled back and forth between work at the restaurant and home, sinking further into loneliness without the energy to take the first steps outside the hole she had unwittingly dug.

    History of a Suicide

  • Issues which have yet to be resolved include exact border demarcations and who gets to vote in the Abyei referendum, with nomads from the north who use land in the disputed region, a particular point of contention.

    US Officials : No More Time to Waste for Referenda in Sudan

  • Most demarcations of historical epochs are necessarily vague.

    G. Roger Denson: Political Art Timeline, 1945-1966: Postwar Art of the Left

  • One of those is Jack Thorne's arresting monologue Bunny, about Katie who is studying for her A-levels in Luton, a place whose bland exterior hides a darker reality of geographical and racial demarcations.

    This week's new theatre

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