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periphery

Anatomy the surface or outermost part of the body or one of its organs or parts

periphery

see CENTRE AND PERIPHERY.

periphery

[pə′rif·ə·rē]
(mathematics)
The bounding curve of a surface or the surface of a solid.
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As such it is hardly surprising that those hailing from these peripheries but currently residing in the core are seething with anger and becoming ever more convinced that Pakistan is little more than 'Punjab versus the rest'.
Moreover, he has done so with a sympathetic eye and a scholarly vision that not only makes interesting reading, but also suggests how exciting and revealing local history at the peripheries can be.
The urban landscapes of Gianfranco Botto and Roberta Bruno start from the on-site inspection of realities common to the peripheries of many Italian cities.
With all these things contained at the peripheries, the main space is left clear and defined by free-standing elements.
75 inch on both sides peripheries of medal the weight of 02 aluminium pillars shall be in addition to the medal weight of 20 gms, i.
Narratives of adversity; Jesuits in the eastern peripheries of the Habsburg realms (1640-1773).