frontier

[n] - a wilderness at the edge of a settled area of a country 2. [n] - an international boundary or the area (often fortified) immediately inside the boundary 3. [n] - an undeveloped field of study
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Frontier

Any place where goods are still to be notified formally to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) by placing them under a nominated customs procedure.
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Frontier

Fron'tier noun [ French frontière , Late Latin frontaria . See Front .] 1. That part of a country which fronts or faces another country or an unsettled region; the marches; the border, confine, or extreme part of a country, bordering on another country; the border of the se...
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Frontier

Fron'tier adjective 1. Lying on the exterior part; bordering; conterminous; as, a frontier town. 2. Of or relating to a frontier. 'Frontier experience.' W. Irving.
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Frontier

Fron'tier intransitive verb To constitute or form a frontier; to have a frontier; -- with on. [ Obsolete] Sir W. Temple.
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frontier

noun an undeveloped field of study; a topic inviting research and development; `he worked at the frontier of brain science`
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Frontier

• (v. i.) To constitute or form a frontier; to have a frontier; -- with on. • (n.) That part of a country which fronts or faces another country or an unsettled region; the marches; the border, confine, or extreme part of a country, bordering on another country; the border of the settled and cultivated part of a country; as, the frontier o...
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frontier

(from the article `United Kingdom`) ...England. With 15,000 legionaries and about 40,000 auxiliaries, the army of Britain was very powerful; its presence had economic as well as ...
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Frontier

(from the article `Graham, Martha`) ...pieces for her during her first two decades of independence; they remained close until his death in 1964. Among his most noted scores for her were ...
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frontier

frontier, in U.S. history, the border area of settlement of Europeans and their descendants; it was vital in the conquest of the land between the Atlantic and the Pacific. The importance of the westward movement of the population and the lure of the frontier were clear even to colonial writers and e...
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Frontier

Frontier is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Frontier

A frontier is the political and geographical areas near or beyond a boundary. The term came from French in the 15th century, with the meaning `borderland`—the region of a country that fronts on another country (see also marches). The word `frontier` also means a region at the edge of a settled area, especially in North American development. ...
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Frontier

[restaurant] Frontier is a restaurant in West Town, Chicago, Illinois, United States. It adopts a cosy setting and serves finger food as well as novelty food, such as cooked alligator meat. Frontier is run by chef Brian Jupiter and owned by Mark Domitrovich. Frontier is located at Noble Square in West Town, Chicago. It is run by chef Brian ...
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frontier

a wilderness at the edge of a settled area of a country
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frontier

an international boundary or the area immediately inside it
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