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Abut

To meet or touch with an end, as on a construction member meeting an adjoining one.

abut

To adjoin at an end; to be contiguous.
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CP (84 AD3d 600 [1st Dept 2011]), which it interpreted as holding that a landowner's duty to maintain the sidewalk is implicated only where the defect upon which the plaintiff falls abuts the landowner's property (2013 WL 1808093, 2013 NY Misc LEXIS 1699 [Sup Ct, New York County 2013]).
To get a solid tone, the two lips must fully abut each other.
aBut it was not on their initiative or oversight.aAccording to him, there were comments on the matter between the Bulgarian authorities and South Stream Transport.
Since the kV interaction variables fully capture the "Abut HVTU' effect in both regression models, [R.sup.2] and adjusted [R.sup.2] remained the same as reported in Tables 5 and 4, and the full list of variable coefficients and significance levels are unchanged.
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LAM A POPE LAS AM IN ARAB TW O VENT REGARDED ANG INA EYE CAPES SPEY W H ISPER TODO IAN STORR L IB S ICK DOOD LES PLAN GESTE OW L EASTON BEETROOT ROVE AGA ABUT ETAL POT PETE SELL
THE news abut the electrification of the rail line to Manchester was definitely the high point of the week.
Abut described Lasuba's appointment as being very important for creating unity among the marginalized Sudanese voters particularly in Southern Sudan.
IS THERE nothing to be done abut the increasing practice of parking on grass verges and reservations on Shard End Estate and others?
I NOTE Coun Alex Watson, pictured, leader of Derwentside Council, and Durham councillor Albert Nugent are concerned abut a lack of sites for "travellers".