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Border, the

Border, the, region surrounding the boundary between England and Scotland. From the coast near Berwick along the Tweed River through the Cheviot Hills and on to Solway Firth, the narrow, rugged country is dotted with sites of battles between the Scots and the English. The wild country figures much in literature—in legend, in folklore, and particularly in the Border ballads.
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Border

A margin, rim, or edge around or along an element; a design or a decorative strip on the edge of an element.
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Border

 

a part of a theatrical set consisting of a piece of fabric hung above the stage on a rod to conceal the gridiron, suspended sets, and the openings over the sets. The first border is part of the stage portal and of the permanent wings.


Border

 

a flower bed in the form of a strip measuring from 0.5 to 3 m wide and edged with ornamental border plants. In a large area, a border is divided into sections by paths that are 20–25 m long. Each border contains one type or a mixture of simultaneously annual, perennial, bulbous, mat or leafy ornamental blooming plants set in lengthwise rows or in a pattern. Borders are commonly used for decorative purposes in gardens and parks in populated places, especially in parterres.

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border

In a theater, a strip of material which is stretched horizontally over the top of a stage, usually on rigging; used to mask the flies, lights, and other objects of scenery or overhead machinery.
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border

1. the dividing line or frontier between political or geographic regions
2. 
a. a region straddling such a boundary
b. (as modifier): border country
3. 
a. a design or ornamental strip around the edge or rim of something, such as a printed page or dinner plate
b. (as modifier): a border illustration
4. a long narrow strip of ground planted with flowers, shrubs, trees, etc., that skirts a path or wall or surrounds a lawn or other area

Border

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Allan (Robert). born 1955, Australian cricketer; captain of Australia (1985--94)

Border

2 the
1. the area straddling the border between England and Scotland
2. the area straddling the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland
3. the region in S South Africa around East London
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Se identifica la reflexion de la onda P, al inicio de la zona de transicion, sobre la interfase fluido-solido, y en el borde superior de la malla con atenuacion.
La concha es solida algo alargada y de forma oblicua, los picos son subcentrales y los umbos bajos, el extremo anterior es mas corto y su borde es redondeado; el lado posterior se estrecha hacia el borde ventral terminando en un extremo punteado romo, un lomo anguloso delimita la vertiente posterior; escultura con anchas y bajas costillas redondeadas muy juntas y algo oblicuas en el umbo y en el disco, se suavizan y se convierten en lineas en las vertientes anterior y posterior asi como cerca al borde ventral de la valva; charnela tiene un ligamento interno delgado y en la valva derecha un gran diente cardinal que encaja en el condroforo de la valva izquierda; las inserciones de los musculos aductores y la linea paleal entera nitidamente marcadas, los bordes de las valvas lisos.
Los bosques aledanos a arrozales conservaron mas arboles en el borde que al interior (P > 0.05); esta situacion fue completamente opuesta en aquellos vecinos de pasturas, aunque sin encontrar diferencias estadisticas en este ultimo caso (P > 0.05) (Cuadro 1).
Esta diversidad es afectada por el tipo de agroecosistema y se distribuye de manera diferencial entre sus componentes (cultivos, bordes y matriz) y depende de la composicion mosaico que conforme dicho paisaje.