Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
However this may be as a result of secondary loss, so is inadequate to demark a clade.
They refused to demark a circle, scattering instead throughout the bay like little planets and asteroids.
Wouldn't it be simpler merely to demark the limits of Animation regions, and stay away from those areas?"
They quite effectively demark outside from inside.
"I sorrow that you, of all folk, demark the cause of liberation evil," Brandir said quietly.
Guard towers and barbed wire fences usually demark camp boundaries apart from where terrain is impassable.
Survey markers were erected in Lloydminster to demark the Saskatchewan-Alberta border.
Unlike DNaseI, 1,10-phenanthroline-cuprous complex is a small chemical probe which can demark the boundaries of the protected region clearly.
In cephalopods, engrailed appears to demark the shell field, but is not necessary for shell formation itself (skeletogenesis).
She caught the eye of the sharp-faced woman at her left, child in her lap, suitcase placed between herself and Rebeka as if to demark a firm border.
The UCSA is separated from the university by Ilam Stream, which helps demark the part of campus that students own and run.
The Qu'Appelle River and Round Lake demark the northern perimeter of Ochapowace Indian Reserve.
These clashes, especially disruptive during the Lebanon war, bespoke a rift in Israel that was to deepen, and would come to fundamentally demark Israeli politics and society.
There is a lower population of mammalian wildlife amidst the fens, marshes, bogs and swamps that demark the muskeg area of the Mid-Boreal Lowland.
Spheres of influence demark the territory the affected LAFCO independently believes represents the appropriate and probable future jurisdictional boundary and service area of the subject agency.
The Biscayan universal community of property provisions demark the assets and rights, burdens and debts within, and the acts of disposition that a spouse can make on his own.
He was the first to demark his goal area to assist him with judging angles, while he also pioneered the study of opposing forwards gestures and body-language as they prepared to shoot.
These roads served both to demark the boundaries of lots, and also as access routes to the shoreline, as the primary method of transport about Bermuda would remain by boat for the next three centuries.
The Sir/Sirrah distinction was used to demark relative status and the various participants were obliged to interpret their script by choosing an emotion selected from a wide range - confidence, arrogance, fear, offence, surprise, etc.
In synchronal ascent, young Beckham's team Had skimmed the cream from its Youth Training Scheme And unearthed quite a clot, whose pinpoint cross Sufficed to demark David from the dross.
Dawkins declares that there was no first person, to make the point that in evolutionary biology the term species is used to demark differences in gene composition over often thousands of generations of separation rather than any one generation to the next.
The original balustered white-marble altar rail complements the white marble of the many-tiered altar behind and above it and serves the additional aesthetic purpose of visually reinforcing the line made by the pilasters which demark the north wall.
The White Pass Ski Area and Cascade Crest demark the eastern edge of the Packwood area, the town of Randle the west, and large expanses of forest, wilderness, and parkland the north and south.
No bitter-almond hedge could possibly demark hundreds of miles of borderland; and also, Sotopo's people pro- voked rage, for, when the white men's herds moved placidly within range, they reverted to old ways, sang old songs, sharp- ened their assegais, and shouted with glee as they stole the trekboers' cattle.
In Dunn, the Court said that although the area was surrounded by a fence, the home was surrounded by a different fence and that fence was obviously intended to demark a specific area of land immediately adjacent to the house that is readily identifiable as part and parcel of the house.