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In a charter recorded in the cartulary of Saint Victor of Marseille dating from the twelfth century, a cross fixed on an oak tree was used to mark the limits of a territory or fields: quercum in qua crux fixa est (Guerard 1857).
In A Problem of Self, 2005, for example, the black strokes that form the stripes of tigers, the faint outlines that mark the limits of their bodies, and the way that they stand on the open expanse of white paper are all consistent with pictorial conventions that date back many centuries.
Officials said the fence would mark the limits of a site which has no other barriers, as well as helping with security and setting routes in and out.
The sharpness of the focus and the understandable decision to limit the investigation essentially to two firms (the Serristori and the Cambini) also perhaps inevitably mark the limits of this study.
The parade, the first along the route for two years, will involve 50 marchers and one band, though no music is to be played between the two bridges which mark the limits of the nationalist area.
Since the stencil had to be slightly smaller than the window in the screen, we made pencil marks along the two folded edges to mark the limits of cutting (see diagram A).
It can mark the limits to spaces, it can protect us against the weather, but at the same time opens up spaces, it is light and incorporeal.
Texas and Florida further mark the limits of a region with a particular penchant for imposing the death sentence.