Delineation

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Delineation

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

Delineation is an alternative term for astrological interpretation. Traditionally, delineation meant the interpretation of specific components of an astrological chart, and the term synthesis was reserved for the interpretation of the chart as a whole. In current usage, however, delineation can mean any level of interpretation.

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I always admire those actors who can easily delineate their identity from the one they have to assume.
But because every country is different, policymakers have found it difficult to delineate consistent rules to govern entry and post-entry conditions.
SOP 97-2 guidance also addressed revenue allocation using VSOE (vendor specific objective evidence) -- price books that delineate component pricing when sold separately, or prices set by management with "appropriate authority.
One line (figure 1, solid line E) delineates the maximum lateral limit of the right frontal sinus.
These separate data sets have enabled the author to delineate the range of the choices and constraints affecting black slaves in France, as well as their masters, lawyers, magistrates and the French monarchs themselves.