Edge to edge


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Edge to edge

Two surfaces that butt together but do not overlap each other.
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So Tip and the Saw-Horse managed, with much labor, to get the second sofa to the roof; and when the two were placed together, edge to edge, the backs and ends formed a protecting rampart all around the seats.
The highway that he followed was open, and at a little distance dipped into a valley, across which it could be seen running from edge to edge.
I knew the cat was a smart cat," she said in a high voice, "but I didn't know he was smart enough to pick up the pieces of my pickle-dish and lay 'em edge to edge on the very shelf he knocked 'em off of.
And when I turned my head to take a parting glance at the tug which had just left us anchored outside the bar, I saw the straight line of the flat shore joined to the stable sea, edge to edge, with a perfect and unmarked closeness, in one leveled floor half brown, half blue under the enor- mous dome of the sky.
The phone comes with a 18:9 aspect ratio screen (also called edge to edge or bezelless), borrowing elements features from the Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro.
We've had a dream since Day One to make it all screen, edge to edge.
Twelve of the works were hung here edge to edge, and seven were placed directly upon the large Backdrop/Everybody, 2002.
Firm, raised bolsters help keep the user away from the edge of the bed, yet the entire mattress surface--including bolsters--is padded from edge to edge with the tissue-friendly Geo-Matt antishearing surface.
Edge to edge, the monitor's flat screen provides clear images with little or no blurring at the corners, as is typical with CRTs.
Floors are hung rather than being built up as platforms and are made of hollow, glued timber beams laid edge to edge.
Jay Melosh simulated the surface of Phobos with a pair of narrow, rigid glass plates, placed edge to edge and topped with a layer of tiny, granular particles representing the satellite's loose, rocky surface, or regolith.