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Demarcation numa frase em (in ingles)

1. The demarcation line between alpha and beta is quite fuzzy.
2. The demarcation, the boundary, the border, no longer exists.
3. Who is holding the demarcation line on our side at this time?’’.
4. There is no strict time-line or the demarcation line between these stages.
5. The demarcation line between alternative beta and alpha is especially blurry.
6. The demarcation between the two rallies would then have become unmistakable.
7. There is a definite line of demarcation in this, as in other matters, between.

8. Among the things to look out for are: the possibility of demarcation lines –.
9. The great line of demarcation between the powers of the State and Federal Governments is well understood.
10. Now the demarcation between privileged and unprivileged nations and peoples is the main cause for conflict.
11. These rules of conduct afforded a clear line of demarcation between responsible and disreputable stock financing.
12. As earlier indicated HAR1, the human accelerator region, kicked in around that 5 million year demarcation.
13. We are faced here with the familiar difficulty of classification arising from the absence of definite lines of demarcation.
14. The establishment of such minimum requirements as to size necessarily involves the drawing of arbitrary lines of demarcation.
15. However, I cannot for the moment authorize any action north of the line of demarcation, even after an attack by the North Koreans.
16. As she stared at the battered, puffy face, Liana suddenly noticed a faint color demarcation between the top of the head and the face.
17. Until now, the line of demarcation between managed beneficial help and directed economic oppression seems to me very blurred, at best.
18. Farther away but still visible and clearly south of the demarcation line, she could see long columns of vehicles moving towards Sariwon.
19. In the process of energy-experience-evolution, there is no demarcation between survival and extinction, life and death, or success and failure.
20. This is also referred to as the demarcation point, where the external provider network ends and connects with the customer’s on-premise wiring.
21. In that video library: there is a clear demarcation between the liars and the honest Jews who tell the truth about their experiences in Auschwitz.
22. The Act of 1781 (it made a clear demarcation between the jurisdiction of the Governor General-in-Council and that of then Supreme Court at Calcutta).
23. Also, and most importantly, we will have the right to use lethal force in order to enforce our mandate and the demarcation lines as approved by the United Nations.
24. But this is erroneous; there is no such contrast! Both worlds are so closely connected that it is impossible to draw a line of demarcation, separating the one from the other.
25. A simpler version is found in animals as varied as chickens and chimps, but the version residing in humans is found to have accelerated at about the same 5 million-year demarcation.
26. What is this demarcation boundary between the West and the East in Europe and Asia? It is the exact boundary line where the Mongol empire stopped expanding almost a thousand years ago.
27. Among the things to look out for are: the possibility of demarcation lines – lines that show which part of the face received treatment and which did not, redness, irritation, and other side effects.
28. Moreover, their line of demarcation is so clear that abreast of the Carolinas, the Nautilus's spur cut the waves of the Gulf Stream while its propeller was still churning those belonging to the ocean.
29. She could now see clearly the ground impacts of a dense artillery barrage hitting the forward positions of the infantry company of the American 7th Division, which was dug in between Sariwon and the demarcation line.
30. I like a demarcation line that says that any static (average) exposure to a non-traditional factor is alternative beta, while any dynamic factor timing, other fine-tuning, or discretionary security selection is alpha.
31. Four major invasion axis of advance had already been identified by the RP-38Ns of Captain Ann Baumgartner, but three more possible invasion routes were still left to be reconnoitered further east along the demarcation line.
32. I am however ready to use my authority as commander of USAFIK and authorizes you to shoot at any North Korean force crossing south of the demarcation line, and this in defense of the American and Korean forces under my command.
33. The Sun was barely up over the horizon when Ingrid, leading one RP-38N, four P-38NC fighters and four B-25NG medium bombers, arrived over Sariwon, the South Korean town closest to the demarcation line and to the Pyongyang-Seoul main road.
34. But this spectacle was only momentary, for the line of demarcation now leaped from them to the westernmost part of the City on the nearby headland, then reversing, quickly swept east across the entire City like a blanket being removed from a sleeping pallet.
35. Your job will be to coordinate our groups of fighters and bombers, to detect any possible enemy air intrusion and to paint as accurate a picture as you can of the enemy invasion force along the demarcation line, with the view of handing over that intelligence to USAFIK and USAFFE headquarters.
36. On the view that species are only strongly marked and permanent varieties, and that each species first existed as a variety, we can see why it is that no line of demarcation can be drawn between species, commonly supposed to have been produced by special acts of creation, and varieties which are acknowledged to have been produced by secondary laws.
37. By the aforesaid article, it appears to your committee that the line fixed as the boundary of the States to be formed in the Indiana Territory is unalterable, unless by common consent; that the line of demarcation, which the Wabash affords between the eastern and western portion of said Territory, added to the wide extent of wilderness country which separates the population in each, constitute reasons in favor of a division, founded on the soundest policy, and conformable with the natural situation of the country.
38. Conscious that the human organism, normally capable of sustaining an atmospheric pressure of 1 9 tons, when elevated to a considerable altitude in the terrestrial atmosphere suffered with arithmetical progression of intensity, according as the line of demarcation between troposphere and stratosphere was approximated from nasal hemorrhage, impeded respiration and vertigo, when proposing this problem for solution, he had conjectured as a working hypothesis which could not be proved impossible that a more adaptable and differently anatomically constructed race of beings might subsist otherwise under Martian, Mercurial, Veneral, Jovian, Saturnian, Neptunian or Uranian sufficient and equivalent conditions, though an apogean humanity of beings created in varying forms with finite differences resulting similar to the whole and to one another would probably there as here remain inalterably and inalienably attached to vanities, to vanities of vanities and to all that is vanity.

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