demarcation point

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demarcation point

The location within a home or office where the line from the telephone company enters the building. Also called the "minimum point of entry" (MPOE). See demarc extension.
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We can't afford to waste heat," DeMark said, adding that RC&D "has been talking about this for 10 years.
DeMark, considered a shrewd auction buyer by some, said, "This is the most cost effective way to purchase equipment.
Wolthers told Kyodo News that the Axcela, whose platform was jointly developed by the two partners, was named Car of the Year in Demark and that Mazda plans to sell 250,000 units in about 100 countries.
These lines demark similar ionic potential, which is a measure of how tightly an ion's charge is packed.
Suzanne Biggs and Mark Demark, on behalf of the South Texas Section, have donated another 24 books to the Houston Public Library.
When an action by the government or the Catholics disturbed that balance, the Protestants would respond with some form of ritualistic behavior, such as a march to demark their territory.
Do scientific laws describe the world, or merely demark our understanding of the world?
To play: Thu Jun 6, Demark v Senegal; France v Uruguay; Tue Jun 11, Denmark v France; Senegal v Uruguay.
Demark was a solid favorite Thursday night, but North Korea upset both the odds and the Danes.
Last weekend along the Kennett & Avon Canal, Gannon, along with Coventry-based Ritchie Hull, gained themselves a place in the Embassy Pairs Challenge which will be competed for next June at Jels in Demark.