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Now, as the federal budget gets hammered out through the reconciliation process, Neguse says they are trying to consolidate those multiple proposals to delineate how the corps would operate and where the money would flow.
WE NEED A CIVILIAN CLIMATE CORPS TO TAKE ON TODAY’S CRISESLWHELANJULY 31, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
It is unfair and potentially even deceptive to try to peer into her head and delineate the exact shape of those demons as she tries to decide whether to compete again in Tokyo.
SIMONE BILES WAS ABANDONED BY AMERICAN OLYMPIC OFFICIALS, AND THE TORMENT HASN’T STOPPEDSALLY JENKINSJULY 29, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Over 200 hundred years later, we are still using these measurements to delineate federal, state, and private land boundaries.
WE MAPPED THE WEST 200 YEARS AGO, AND WE’RE STILL LIVING WITH THE MISTAKESABARRONIANJULY 12, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
It’s useful to delineate those efforts — and to contextualize or rebut them — in defense of our collective and accurate memory of what occurred.
HOW THE RIGHT IS TRYING TO RESHAPE THE HISTORY OF THE JAN. 6 RIOTPHILIP BUMPJUNE 17, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Right now on the Colorado River, those entities are renegotiating what are called interim guidelines, which outline the water levels that trigger those planned cutbacks and delineate which places have to sacrifice water first.
THE DROUGHT IN THE WEST IS BAD AND IT’S GONNA GET WORSEHEATHER HANSMANJUNE 16, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
Some found ways to artificially delineate their work and home lives.
BEING SINGLE WAS JUST A PART OF THEIR LIVES BEFORE THE PANDEMIC. THEN IT BECAME THE DEFINING ONEBELINDA LUSCOMBEAPRIL 17, 2021TIME
Others express the same sentiment in other ways, from saying that only those who own property should vote to delineating more nuanced boundaries for participation.
EXPANDING VOTING IS NOT SIMPLY THE POLITICAL INVERSE OF LIMITING VOTINGPHILIP BUMPMARCH 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
As of March 15, 44 states were delineating vaccination data by race and ethnicity, according to a recent Kaiser Family Foundation analysis.
EMINENT HIV DOCTOR TO LEAD VACCINE EQUITY EFFORTS AT CDCISAAC STANLEY-BECKERMARCH 19, 2021WASHINGTON POST
It is still unclear whether vaccinated people can transmit the coronavirus, and new guidelines released this week from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention did not clearly delineate between what it is and is not safe for them to do.
THE CDC SAID IT’S OKAY FOR VACCINATED GRANDPARENTS TO VISIT. SOME FAMILIES SAY: NOT SO FAST.TARA BAHRAMPOUR, SAMANTHA SCHMIDTMARCH 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
All pairs at the helm believe that, despite delineating key responsibilities, what lies ahead sits beyond the scope, skillset and headspace of one person.
MORE BUSINESSES ARE TRYING CO-CEO LEADERSHIP MODELS TO HELP OFFSET EXEC BURNOUTJESSICA DAVIESMARCH 11, 2021DIGIDAY
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WORDS RELATED TO DELINEATE

  • delimit
  • delineate
  • enumerate
  • explain
  • reconsider
  • reevaluate
  • reinvent
  • rethink
  • revisit
  • specify
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