Circumscription [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Circumscription:

Of that mystery, of that local circumscription—in what sense it was effected, in what sense not effected, we know nothing.

Aveyron belongs to the 16th military region, and to the acadmie or educational circumscription of Toulouse.

One short distribution and circumscription of historical ages will soon place matters in a more hopeful aspect.

The defect in the work of the Dialect Society lies in a somewhat similar circumscription of activity.

In educational matters it falls within the circumscription of the acadmie of Toulouse.

Thus in measure as the Referendum comes into play does the circumscription practicing it become a complete community.

They were sensible that this province admitted not of any exact boundary or circumscription.

He was meditating rather sadly upon the circumscription of human fame.

It falls within the educational circumscription (acadmie) of Dijon and the military circumscription of the XX.

It would not do to allege our human inability to conceive, or in imagination to draw, such a circumscription.