concrete border

concrete border

1.On a theater stage, the lighting batten nearest the proscenium.
2. A curtain concealing the lighting batten nearest the proscenium.
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Congress launched a super committee on border security this week, the latest stage of a long debate over one of Trump's biggest 2016 campaign promises, a concrete border wall he once said Mexico would pay for.
Local media outlets also reported that Israeli jets flew low over the border area at 1 a.m., and that Israeli operations were continuing to erect an iron fence on top of an existing concrete border wall adjacent to Lebanon's Kfar Kila.
"When it comes to keeping the American people safe, I will never ever back down," he said, touting the purported benefits of a steel or concrete border wall and accusing Democrats of working to prevent him from delivering him on a key campaign promise.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Plans for a concrete border wall were "never" dropped, President Donald Trump said, despite outgoing chief of staff John Kelly claiming earlier that the US leader simply used the word "wall" but actually meant "fence" or "barrier".
We know from the Swiss, Norwegian and Turkish borders that, if just 3% of lorries are inspected, this means 3-4 hours' wait time, lorry parks, concrete border posts and uniformed officers.
Talks between the pair majorly touched on the latest developments in the South in light of recent Israeli threats especially its construction of the concrete border wall and its allegations on the offshore Block 9.
Two men went to her home claiming they had done work on her concrete border and demanded cash.
The relationship that ensues between Richard and Traudi, separated from reality by the notorious concrete border, exposes hopes long since betrayed but clung to, nevertheless.
Once you pass the central table halfway inside you are in the North, and looking out of the windows you can see the concrete border markers behind you and footprints in the snow that can only have been made by the boots of North Korean troops.
The concrete border rips right through it, and its landmarks are the disputed terms of oil division between the two countries.
The need to secure borders is evident across the globe, from India, which is constructing a 3400-kilometre, 3-metre-high barbed-wire and concrete border wall to close itself off from Bangladesh, to Libya, where foot patrols are being augmented with new people-sensing technologies.
Edwards expressed huge relief after X-rays revealed nothing was broken in his right ankle after he veered off the runway at Crystal Palace and landed on the concrete border during the step phase.