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the line or area separating geopolitical units

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For us, we only re-align the boundaries and those of the wards," he said.
Wilson Mwang'ombe, chairman of the county boundary task force, asked the senator and MPs to engage the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) and National Land Commission (NLC) on the matter.
The SABINS project overcomes these challenges by creating a data structure that allows the seamless integration of attendance boundaries with three datasets: (1) school-level information from the National Center for Education Statistics Common Core of Data (CCD), which is a federal database describing the name, location, and student enrollment of all public schools in the United States; (2) complete count population data from the 2010 Census; and (3) detailed sociodemographic data from the American Community Survey (ACS).
Extensive designation of boundaries began in West Europe in the 12th and 13th centuries and in East Europe in the 13th and 14th centuries, while fixed boundaries with artificial designators appeared in the East-German colonization areas in the 13th century (Schneider, 1993).
Clients and counselors need professional boundaries.
And when we are honest about the fact that boundaries can be too thick as well as too permeable, we must deal with some difficult existential issues.
At present, however, the governance structures of metropolitan areas "tend to preclude or inhibit the development of smaller, nested provision units--neighborhood governments--within [wider city] boundaries.
health care providers and organizations jointly share the responsibility with the government for the effective delivery of health Care that goes beyond boundaries and mandates.
Like Marshall, Channing was not only reinterpreting a sacred text but redefining intellectual boundaries and arguing for a flexible view of necessary and proper means.
Nevertheless, the case of Dolly illustrates the visceral reaction--sometimes called the Yuk-factor--that arises when "natural" boundaries are violated.
One characteristic of comfortable relationships is that the people involved have a great deal of respect for both each other's personal boundaries and their own.
Breaking Boundaries, on the other hand, is a monograph, in which Smith, drawing primarily upon the theories of Bakhtin, Stephen Greenblatt, Michel de Certeau, and Gregory Bateson (2), argues that English theater after 1585 features a growing interest in breaking social and theatrical boundaries, culminating in "the complete dissolution of boundaries between theater, punitive practice and carnival play in the 'social drama' of 1649" (137).
As chip makers shrink circuits ever smaller, making them increasingly vulnerable to tiny defects, researchers will need ways to monitor surface smoothness and atomic order at boundaries between the layers.
In the sciences, research is becoming more broadly based and collaborative and, increasingly, information, techniques, and tools are being imported and exported across disciplinary boundaries.
The concentrations are, in general, discontinuous across ply layer boundaries due to differences in solubilities.