demarcator, n.
/di mahr"kayt, dee"mahr kayt'/, v.t., demarcated, demarcating.
1. to determine or mark off the boundaries or limits of: to demarcate a piece of property.
2. to separate distinctly: to demarcate the lots with fences.
[1810-20; back formation from DEMARCATION]

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