delimited

ADJECTIVE
  1. having the limits or boundaries established
    a delimited frontier through the disputed region
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How To Use delimited In A Sentence

  • This is useful to define data hierarchies from within flat data structures such as delimited files and thus provide greater flexibility of template design Bobsguide News
  • What I might well be suggesting is that this is what all thought is, what language is, where it is not (if it can ever not be) a game of symbols and ideas defined, delimited and determined by difference (if symbols and ideas can ever be so bound). Archive 2009-07-01
  • Traditional ethnography assumed that informants knew what was going on in a delimited space.
  • Forward to end of word delimited by white character. EmacsWiki: RecentChanges
  • A ravine delimited the property on the south.
  • The park contains two well delimited major phytogeographical formations: subantarctic Patagonian forest and Patagonian steppe. Los Glaciares National Park, Argentina
  • Once you have delimited the topic of your study, it is time to select your research strategy.
  • The temperature and concentration domains of each of these phases were experimentally determined, and coexistence domains have been also delimited.
  • We assume that a sequence consists of subsequences delimited by functionally constrained blocks.
  • Champagne is derived from the Latin term campagna, used to describe the rolling open countryside just north of Rome, which since the early Middle Ages was applied to this now strictly delimited area. At My Table
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