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outline

a. a drawing or manner of drawing consisting only of external lines
b. (as modifier): an outline map
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There are several areas of strong conductivity outlined on the M5 conductor.
Exploration activities at Aroma resulted in the discovery of significant molybdenum, copper and gold anomalies while at Anocarire a large stream-heated alteration system, with characteristics similar to alteration systems overly major gold deposits in the Andes, was outlined.
The program targeted a six square kilometre hydrothermal alteration system where previous exploration activities by North Limited had outlined two gold-in-soil anomalies.
The 1900s domestic servant working for an upper-class Anglo-Irish family in the Bay of Plenty outlined the value of business, regional and school histories, and biographical studies; the WWI English war bride newly arrived in the Dominion, described statistical, official and war-related publications and the value of an early 20th-century Cyclopedia for its insights into the social structure of country towns.
Gallegly also outlined a policy he called ``Common-sense Environmentalism,'' advocating policies he said would cut bureaucracy and strike a balance between the nation's economic needs and environmental concerns.
Gallegly is the only committee chair candidate known to have outlined his goals in a political prospectus.
Once data are outlined, reports can be produced at any level of detail.
outlined the paths their careers in the foundry industry have taken.
The spokes represent the four areas outlined in the accompanying article where a balanced professional communicator will have some activity.
Veach and Taylor (1989) outlined the significance of job trials, physical reconditioning, and psychosocial counseling to the vocational success of these individuals.
We expect to then address the oversight of automation planning, communication planning, payment system risk, securities and fiscal services, cash review, check payments, electronic payments, financial accounting, building planning, protection and contingency planning, General Auditor functions, and other areas outlined in Governor Angell's report.
They contrast where they believe the profession will be in 10 years in terms of the challenges outlined in the first chapter.