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boundary line

[′bau̇n·drē ‚līn]
(mapping)
A line of demarcation along which two areas meet.
(physical chemistry)
On a phase diagram, the line along which any two phase areas adjoin in a binary system, or the line along which any two liquidus surfaces intersect in a ternary system.
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Looking at the city council's map of the different ward boundaries in the city - you can see that the patch of grass in question lies extremely close to the boundary line for Kensington and Fairfield and neighbouring Picton.
The Sri Lanka Navy often arrest Indian fishermen, mostly from the Indian southern state of Tamil Nadu, for violating the International Maritime Boundary Line and entering the island's waters for poaching.
That said, the issue of vegetation spreading across boundary lines is actually pretty commonplace, whatever the state of the weather.
9 The accompanying map identifying this correction is not detailed enough to determine whether Heglig is located in relation to the 1931 provincial boundary line at 29A 32' (and some seconds), or the line has been moved east in order to include Heglig in Western Kordofan.
Two Appeal Court judges yesterday threw out a challenge by Martin Charalambous, who claimed a hedge was the real boundary line.
A man was at home near the boundary line with the Israelis at the north of the Gaza Strip when he was shot.
The prosecution at Wrexham Magistrates' Court claimed Mr Proctor had failed to point out the boundary line on Llyn Efyrnwy (Lake Vyrnwy) beyond which Mr Phillips and his wife should not paddle.
The prosecution at Wrexham Magistrates' Court claimed Mr Proctor had failed to point out the boundary line on Bala Lake beyond which Mr Phillips and his wife should not paddle.
Although you can remove any overhanging growth you must not reduce the height of the hedge unless the tops extend on to your side of the boundary line.
People living in Sir Henry Parkes Road say they have been told the boundary line between Canley and Cannon Park actually runs down the middle of their road.
The border region extends just over 60 miles each way north and south of the boundary line and stretches 2,000 miles from east to west.
Under the new rules squatters or neighbours who may have built a shed across a nominal boundary line will have to register their intent to take ownership of the land with the Land Registry after ten years.