Two maps will help the reader to a sense of the kaleidoscopic nature of the political boundaries of the third century B.C. Antigonus was defeated and killed at the battle of Ipsus (301), leaving Lysimachus, the governor of Thrace, and Cassander, of Macedonia and Greece, as equally transitory successors.
The western boundary was carried to the Pyrenees, while to the east the domains of the Caliph marched with China.
The boundary line between Mongol and Aryan, which had lain somewhere east of the Pamirs in the days of Pericles, had receded now to Hungary.
The disadvantage of undefined boundaries became of practical importance only after the population had increased considerably.
The place rose some fifty feet above the right bank of the Mercy, which descended, by a double slope, to the end of Claw Cape and to the southern boundary of the island.
Note that boundary representations on these maps are not necessarily authoritative.
The Dayton Peace Accords retained Bosnia and Herzegovina's international boundaries and created a joint multi-ethnic and democratic government charged with conducting foreign, diplomatic, and fiscal policy.
The case is one of those which lie on the exact boundary line between two principles, and it is not at once apparent to which of the two it properly belongs.
I also know that networks by their nature ignore physical boundaries.
Selective routing allows a 911 call originated from a particular station located in a particular district, zone, or town, to be routed to the primary PSAP designated to serve that customer station regardless of wire center boundaries.
The spot had been consecrated to this ancient diversion from time immemorial, the old stocks conveniently forming a base facing the boundary of the churchyard, in front of which the ground was trodden hard and bare as a pavement by the players.
In the progress of wealth and improvement, the rent price of the first may rise to any degree of extravagance, and seems not to be limited by any certain boundary.
But technology flows quicklyacross boundaries, as do fads and trends, and the ethos of the technologicalcounterculture became another slice of Americana that, like Hollywood moviesand Coca-Cola, was embraced internationally.
No absolute boundary may be drawn, and hence we can derive no proof of the incorrectness of an assertion from the performance itself, i. e., from *what has been done unconsciously.
There being no definite boundary, it was inevitable that women should go very far, and when the educated woman does nothing more than to steal a pencil from her husband and to cheat at whist, her sole fortune is that she does not get opportunities or needs for more serious mistakes.
* * * * * BOUNDARY.
As regards territory, we speak of the boundaries of a nation or of an estate; the bounds of a college, a ball-ground, etc.
Boundary looks to that which is without; bound only to that which is within.
Prepositions: The boundaries of an estate; the boundary between neighboring territories.
destroy, extirpate, root out, Exterminate (L. ex, out, and terminus, a boundary) signified primarily to drive beyond the bounds or limits of a country; the word is applied to races of men or animals, and is now almost exclusively used for removal by death; individuals are now said to be banished or expelled.