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Vehicles of every size and description, piloted by people often at cross purposes, travel along a roadway that serves as a line of demarcation between the bustling city and the respite of the park.
THE INTERSECTION IS A CITY’S WATERING HOLE, AND IT’S TEEMING WITH LIFE AND DANGERWTAYLORAUGUST 20, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
In considering Morgan’s case, we can see that in addition to these hard demarcations, scientists in the 1970s also used feminist science as a tool of soft demarcation.
TARZAN WASN’T FOR HER - ISSUE 100: OUTSIDERSERIKA LORRAINE MILAMJUNE 2, 2021NAUTILUS
At home there’s no demarcation between your sofa and the world.
THIS SUMMER, WE’RE GOING TO GO TO THE MOVIES MORE—AND LOVE IT MORESTEPHANIE ZACHAREKMAY 12, 2021TIME
“You want simple and sensible demarcations, but you also want to be inclusive and diverse,” Mwanza says.
‘BUY NOTHING’ GROUPS: A PLACE TO SHARE GOODS, SERVICES — AND GRATITUDEANYING GUOAPRIL 22, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Sara wrote about their takes on getting money and endorsements from police officer unions, and that turned out to be a very interesting demarcation.
POLITICS REPORT: HOTEL TAX HIKE JUST WANTS LIFESCOTT LEWIS AND ANDREW KEATTSFEBRUARY 27, 2021VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
In place of a static demarcation of robot and human space, the industrial environment is outfitted with new sensors that function effectively as virtual fences.
MAKE WAY FOR ROBOTSKATIE MCLEANFEBRUARY 24, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
With no clear demarcation line to cross, Sophie — the 34-year-old pop producer who died after an accidental fall on Saturday — immediately moved her music into those ticklish margins and set up shop.
SOPHIE PUSHED FEEL-GOOD MUSIC TOWARD A BOUNDARY THAT MIGHT NOT EXISTCHRIS RICHARDSFEBRUARY 1, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Various points of demarcation might be chosen, each founded on some important step in evolution.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
What is the exact line of demarcation between man and the other animals which he calls brutes?
SUPERSTITION IN ALL AGES (1732)JEAN MESLIER
Finally a general agreement for the demarcation of Africa was made in 1890 (see Africa, 5).
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 11, SLICE 8VARIOUS
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WORDS RELATED TO DEMARCATION

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  • grain of salts
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