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  • demark — index circumscribe (define), demarcate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • demark — 1650s, abstracted from DEMARCATION (Cf. demarcation) and altered by influence of MARK (Cf. mark) (1) …   Etymology dictionary

  • demark — transitive verb Date: 1834 demarcate …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • demark — /di mahrk /, v.t. demarcate. [1825 35; DE + MARK1] * * * …   Universalium

  • demark — v. demarcate, delimit, mark off the boundaries of, set apart …   English contemporary dictionary

  • demark — marked …   Anagrams dictionary

  • demark — [di: mα:k] verb set the boundaries or limits of. Origin C19: from demarcation …   English new terms dictionary

  • demark — de·mark …   English syllables

  • demark — de•mark [[t]dɪˈmɑrk[/t]] v. t. demarcate • Etymology: 1825–35 …   From formal English to slang

  • demark — /diˈmak/ (say dee mahk) verb (t) to define the areas of work which members of each of a group of trade unions, usually those involved on a common large project, should engage in. {backformation from demarcate} …   Australian English dictionary

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