delimitation

NOUN
  1. a line that indicates a boundary
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  • Orissa Business and Career: HC dismisses petitions over delimitation HC dismisses petitions over delimitation
  • Just to illustrate how great out ignorance of the optimum forms of delimitation of various rights remains - despite our confidence in the indispensability of the general institution of several property - a few remarks about one particuilar form of property may be made. Glaeser on Coercion and Contracts, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • In the judicial practice that the case of explosion is handled, certain difficulty has been in the delimitation of crime of willful and malicious injury and crime of murder.
  • This paper discusses the principles conformed by Delimitation of Maritime Boundary in the Beibu Gulf and the factors considered by the principle of equity.
  • He has recently been named judge ad hoc of the International Court of Justice in a maritime delimitation case between Romania and Ukraine. Discourse.net: Congratulations to Bernie Oxman
  • The Colonial treaties which are the basis of the Algiers Agreement and which should have been the key basis for the delimitation and demarcation of the boundary leave Badme inside Ethiopia.
  • Article 6 assumes a series of delimitation agreements between adjacent States allowing for bilateral relationships within the overall multilateral regime.
  • Article 6 assumes a series of delimitation agreements between adjacent States allowing for bilateral relationships within the overall multilateral regime.
  • A political resolution on the Abyei situation is absolutely essential and so is the resolution of the issue of wealth sharing and oil, as is the issue of demarcation and delimitation of boundaries in five different spots along the north-south boundaries, the issue of citizenship," he said. South Sudan Faces Numerous Challenges Ahead of Independence
  • The renewal is possible because the superimposition of names is artificial, the delimitation of place revocable through restoration.
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