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section off

v.
To separate or divide some area: A bookcase sectioned off the sitting area from the dining area. The apartment had no rooms, so we sectioned it off with screens.
See also: off, section
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Using four more, section off one-quarter of the room the teachers will use.
The builders were hired to section off a paved area in the IFSC in Dublin's docklands.
Blaydon Women's Rugby Football Club, champions of Premier Division Two, approached Warburtons of Newcastle for its support in helping to get the girls' junior section off to a flying start.
Adders Reserves, from the reserve section off the Midland Combination, overcame Alliance One Stockingford Pavilion 2-0 in the other semi-final thanks to goals from Steve Barratt and Matt Brown with their goalkeeper Dave Garner pulling off a fine save from a penalty when the score was 1-0.
This particular van came with a sliding bulkhead to section off passengers from the cargo, although this can be removed completely for extra load space.
Van driver Merfyn Roberts, of Bangor, who regularly usesthe road, said: ``You drive onto the section off t wo well lit and well marked sections.
Use peel-and-stick tabs to section off your grade book by class or homeroom.
As the structure continued to rupture into the pressurized portion of the aircraft, the resulting explosive decompression blew the nose section off and produced a shock wave that carried the sound more than 10 miles.
The top tier of panels stood in uniform alignment, attached to one another by joints, whereas those of the lower tier were directly joined in sections of four that overlapped and leaned against one another while balancing on their left edge, raising most of the section off the floor.
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