borderEN[bɔədə] [bɔːdə] [bɔɹdəɹ] [-ɔː(ɹ)də(ɹ)]
- Examples of border
- The Motor Carrier Act that opened the U.S. side of the U.S.-Mexican border shows that on average 46.4. local trucking and courier service establishments left each port of entry.
- Examples of borders
- We have surveyor's stakes at all four corners of this field, to mark exactly its borders.
- The drainage, or flow of suds into road ditches or borders, or the drainage of water upon the road itself, as well as any pollution of the same by rubbish, stones, and sweepage from houses or stables, etc., is prohibited.
- His behaviour borders on insanity.
- Once a bustling thoroughfare, the section of Pennsylvania Avenue that borders the White House has been reconceived as a pedestrian strip paved in granite and protected by guard stations to keep people at a safe distance from the president.
- Spain borders Portugal and France.
- The latter bond of adherence was, however, the more slender; for, in the acts regulating the borders, we find repeated mention of "Clannes having captaines and chieftaines, whom on they depend, oft-times against the willes of their landeslordes."
- In Classical legend Cottys was the hundred-handed brother of the hundred-handed monsters Briareus and Gyes, allies of the God Zeus in his war against the Titans on the borders of Thrace and Thessaly.
- Examples of bordered
- His tardy performance bordered on incompetence.
- Bordered by shops selling meat, fresh, smoked and pickled fish, this is a nosher's haven with many a schnell imbiss, or quick snack stand, for the hot liver pt, leberkse and morning weisswurst washed down with potent, lemon-sparked Munich weissbier.
- It was in the form of an equilateral triangle with the corners rounded and was made of blue cloisonné bordered in silver. — The Ruined Map translated by E. Dale Saunders in 1969 from the Japanese by Kobo Abé in 1967.
- The palate is characterized by a wide interpterygoid vacuity which is bordered by edentulous bones (Fig 4A ).
- Examples of bordering
- France and Spain are bordering nations.
- Indeed, this reading is particularly inappropriate among these oralities and physicalities, bordering on cannibalism.
- A curious instance of perversion in religio-sexual feeling, bordering on zooerastia, is the case of St. Veronica.
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