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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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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.
The court was told how Mr and Mrs Phillips had gone beyond the boundary line and suddenly capsized.
Breaching the boundary line would, it was alleged, have put them out of sight of the boathouse and outside the area whichMr Proctor, of CwmConwy, Llanwddyn, leased fromlake owners Severn Trent Water.
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 designer should embrace these opportunities as a true partnership to blurring the long-established boundary line of client and designer.
Judge McCahill QC also ruled on the boundary line between the properties and Mr Lane lost his appeal over that issue.
Can you tell me if the council can move the boundary line between myself and my neighbour's properties?
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.
The position of the boundary line varies with pressure.
Chapters 1 and 3 explore the boundary line between federal constitutional issues and the interests of states.
He said there were at least three prospective marine locations where the reserves "actually straddle" the maritime boundary line between both countries -- two off the south east coast and one in the north west.