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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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BEIRUT: Lebanon must maintain any oil resources and not relinquish its rights, Speaker Nabih Berri told United Nations Special Coordinator for Lebanon Sigrid Kaag Friday as the pair met to discuss recent developments and international assistance to demark Lebanon's maritime border.
It is a great honor to be nominated and selected as one of the Three Best Rated HVAC Contractors in Toronto, ON," says David Krtistoff of DeMark Home Ontario's team.
Lesley Van DeMark says: "The project turned out better than I had ever imagined.
17 ( ANI ): New archaeochemical evidence derived from samples inside pottery and bronze drinking vessels and strainers from four sites in Demark and Sweden have suggested that Scandinavians may have been drinking Nordic 'grog'.
The funds will be provided through the State Agency of Demark.
Ten times more hurricane surges in future, new research forecasts: New research from the Niels Bohr Institute in Demark shows that there could be a tenfold increase in frequency of major hurricanes if the climate warms by two degrees Celsius.
A recent study based on data from Demark has called into question the usefulness of tax preferences to boost retirement savings in employer-provided retirement plans.
There were road shows also in Italy, Finland, Sweden, Demark and Norway.
"The situation is already dire in central Europe with 90% of ash trees in Demark having been lost in seven years."
She tweeted: "Thank you Demark for an amazing welcome!
This year's edition will also feature six country pavilions with 59 companies taking part in China, Demark, Germany, France, Switzerland and UK pavilions.
Other European countries including the U.K., Demark, Italy, Belgium, and the Czech Republic, all had percentages over 14% in the same year.