Yes, Israel fought a major war with Syria in 1973, but since then, the line of demarcation had been peaceful.
Ironically, it was John McCain who took on this demarcation in America's racial history most overtly.
“I think this could really be an important point of demarcation for Jewish public opinion of the president,” Tisch says.
At that demarcation between inside and out, the vista is most expansive.
In Voodoo, the demarcation between life and death is more fluid; helping Voodoo followers create order out of disorder.
There's no rigid line of demarcation between insanity and hysteria.
No very definite line of demarcation, however, can be drawn.
There are no post-orbital processes to the frontals or any other demarcation between the orbits and the temporal fossae.
This range is a line of demarcation in ethnology as well as politics.
Such a case shows very well the inaccuracy of our hard and fast lines of demarcation.
c.1752, from Spanish linea de demarcacion or Portuguese linha de demarcaçao, name of the line laid down by Pope Alexander VI, May 4, 1493, dividing the New World between Spain and Portugal on a line 100 leagues west of the Cape Verde Islands. Applied from 1801 to other lines dividing regions. From Spanish de- (see de-) + marcar "to mark the boundaries of," from a Germanic source (see mark (n.1)).