Border

Flown scenic piece or curtain designed to conceal the upper part of the stage and its machinery or lighting equipment. (UK)

border

  1. a line that indicates a boundary
  2. the boundary line or the area immediately inside the boundary
  3. the boundary of a surface
  4. a decorative recessed or relieved surface on an edge
  5. a strip forming the outer edge of something

Border

Borders define geographic boundaries of political entities or legal jurisdictions, such as governments, sovereign states, federated states, and other subnational entities. Some borders—such as a state`s internal administrative border, or inter-state borders within the Schengen Area—are open and completely unguarded. Other borders are partiall....
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border

(bor´dәr) a bounding line, edge, or surface. brush border a specialization of the free surface of a cell, consisting of minute cylindrical processes (microvilli) that greatly increase the surface area. vermilion border the exposed red portion...
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border

(from the article `heraldry`) The border, or bordure, is in Scotland used as a mark of difference, and in English heraldry since the mid-18th century a bordure compony ...
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border

(from the article `tapestry`) The border of a cartoon tended to be redesigned every time it was commissioned, since each patron would have a different heraldic device or personal ... ...Cotton wefts were occasionally used to obtain a brighter white. Primarily in the 7th century and perhaps also the 8th century, tapestry ... [2 relate...
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border

[n] - a strip forming the outer edge of something 2. [v] - provide with a border or edge 3. [v] - lie adjacent to another or share a boundary
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Border

• (v. t.) To make a border for; to furnish with a border, as for ornament; as, to border a garment or a garden. • (v. i.) To touch at the edge or boundary; to be contiguous or adjacent; -- with on or upon as, Connecticut borders on Massachusetts. • (v. i.) To approach; to come near to; to verge. • (n.) The outer part or edge of ...
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border

noun a strip forming the outer edge of something; `the rug had a wide blue border`
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Border

Bor'der intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Bordered ; present participle & verbal noun Bordering .] 1. To touch at the edge or boundary; to be contiguous or adjacent; -- with on or upon as, Connecticut ...
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Border

Bor'der noun [ Middle English bordure , French bordure , from border to border, from bord a border; of German origin; confer Middle High German borte border, trimming, German borte trimming, ribbon; akin to English board in sense 8. See Board ,
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Border

Bor'der transitive verb 1. To make a border for; to furnish with a border, as for ornament; as, to border a garment or a garden. 2. To be, or to have, contiguous to; to touch, or be touched, as by a border; to be, or to have, near the limits or boundary; as, the region border...
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Border

A border is a gimp, but wider. This trim is sometimes woven in plain patterns, such as stripes or chevrons.
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Border

A continuous decoration used around the top, side or base of a cake.
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Border

A decorative continuous design or rule that surrounds the material on a page.
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Border

A flat stone used as an edging material, a border stone is generally used to retain the field of the terrace or platform.
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Border

A garden area that may be longer than it is wide, and may be used to divide or separate parts of the landscape. In a landscape, it is a grouping of plants that border some element (examples: a walkway, a driveway or a lawn). Borders come in all shapes and styles such as formal, cottage, perennial, shade or whatever meets your needs.
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Border

A garden border typically refers to garden space that has a backdrop, and borders the property.
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Border

A garden border typically refers to garden space that has a backdrop, and borders the property.
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Border

A pelmet used to mask the line of sight over a setting and to hide the flies lighting battens, etc.
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border

border (BOR dur) 1. An edge, a rim, a periphery, a perimeter, a circumference, an extremity, a verge, a margin, a brim, a brink, a curb, a skirt, a frame, an outskirt, a fringe, a limit: Summer cottages were built all around the border of the lake. The bedspread had a fringed border. 2. A frontier, a boundary, a line: Do you need a passpor...
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Border

Edge of a photographic print - either left white, or printed black.
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Border

In medieval manuscripts, a border is, as Kathleen Scott puts it, 'A type of book decoration placed a
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border

see margin.
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Border

The boundary of a HTML element. The thickness of a border is expressed in pixels.
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