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Synonyms for borderland

the line or area separating geopolitical units

Synonyms for borderland

district consisting of the area on either side of a border or boundary of a country or an area

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(46) In the midst this crossing over, however, the Galilean Jesus gives birth to the new community, the borderland community, as the fulfillment of his mission.
The Crescent--the Myanmar-Tai-Chinese borderland home of Tai people and Han Chinese for centuries--has rarely come under scrutiny by historians.
Brunet-Jailly says there are four strands to be found in the current literature of scholarly analysis of borderlands, namely, "the multiple activities of governments, the role of borderland cultures, the political clout of borderland communities, and the impact of market forces." Thus, for example, with regard to the MexicanAmerican border, at centre stage is the issue of which people get included or excluded by government policies, as are growing security concerns.
The quantitative heterogeneity of cerebellar architecture such as variation of cortical thickness may provide some evidences to show that different regions of a homogenous cortex, even two adjacent borderlands and areas within them, can have different potentials for plasticity.
In the game of Borderlands 3, there are bazillions of randomly generated weapons, and o some extent, this is the most significant difference compared to the previous two editions, but the upcoming looter shooter still holds a number of handmade firearms that stand out above the rest, featuring custom-made perk and characteristics to make them become a necessity for all the Vault Hunter's ever-expanding the arsenal.
Professor Wayne Powell, chief executive and principal of SRUC, said: "Through knowledge exchange and collaboration, the Dairy Innovation Centre will support economic growth across the Borderlands region.
As of now, "Borderlands 3" has introduced half of its playable characters on launch.
Jake Berry, the Minister for the Northern Powerhouse, said: "This once-in-a-generation deal will deliver unprecedented investment in the Borderlands region while strengthening our cross-border links.
The most popular title in the series Borderlands 2 still draws in more than one million unique monthly users more than six years after the game's initial release in 2012.
These geographic areas are also home to the greatest concentration of wood manufacturers and related businesses, so it's great to see that the importance of the forestry and wood processing sector is recognised in the Borderlands Inclusive Growth Deal.
The strategy is to make seven mountain bike areas--with a total of about 220 miles of trails--more prominent by putting them under a Borderlands marketing umbrella.
The idea came from Northumberland MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan, who said the forest could be part of the Borderlands initiative, a scheme to encourage co-operation between northern England and the south of Scotland.
Since independence, the region's states have prioritized economic development and investment in their coastal centers, leaving vast interior regions and borderlands neglected and marginalized.
The Borderlands Growth Deal - which would seeNorthumberland County Councilworking with counterparts in Carlisle and Cumbria, plus Dumfries and Galloway and the Scottish Borders - has won backing from the UK and Scottish Governments, with a major conference on the initiative set to take place next month.