Green-line



noun, (sometimes initial capital letters)
1.
(in Lebanon) a demarcation line that divides predominantly Christian East Beirut and predominantly Moslem West Beirut.
2.
any similar demarcation line between two hostile communities, as between Greek and Turkish Cypriots in Nicosia.
noun
1.
(sometimes capitals) a line of demarcation between two hostile communities

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