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the line or area separating geopolitical units

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The county is also in another boundary row with Makueni county over a 65 kilometer stretch of land between Tsavo River and Mtito Andei.
Theres also a provision for creating a simplified pathway for minor boundary change proposals that can be used to remove historical or smaller anomalies in council boundaries.
Yet, assembling and harmonizing attendance boundary geography for hundreds of school districts is simply too expensive and time-consuming for small research teams and daunting for scholars whose expertise lies outside the domain of geographic information systems (GIS).
Integrating boundary scan with ICT provides a good option to overcome limited access test challenges.
In addition, I examine whether there is a connection between boundary trees and the tradition of commemoration by using cross-trees, that is whether the idea of a physical boundary between two areas corresponds to the belief in a boundary between life and death.
Single test strategies are often insufficient, leading to the array of test solutions we see today: ICT, MDA, AOI, AXI, AOXI, benchtop, bare board, on-board, flying probe, vectorless test and boundary scan.
I would hope this boundary discussion can be well rounded and include the phenomenon of excessively thick or inflexible boundaries.
Along with the expanded role for JTAG, the expectations for boundary scan as well as its critical importance in many test and manufacturing strategies have increased accordingly.
One example of a boundary leader met at the symposium is the Tanzanian pastor who pioneered introducing palliative care to those dying of AIDS in the country and who recounted the value of physical touch to those dying of AIDS, especially when members of the family would not even come close to the dying person.
Oakerson said little about the radical political changes necessary to accommodate the formation of new local governments and to simplify the processes of boundary adjustment.
One reason for making the attendance boundary change is to alleviate overcrowding at Valley View, where the current enrollment stands at 947.
Exploring The Boundary Waters: A Trip Planner And Guide To The BWCAW is a no-nonsense guide written especially for canoe enthusiasts with an interest in the one million acres of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
It was their fixation on the Caribbean, I will argue, that led Southerners to escalate their demands, even crossing the boundary of states' rights with the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850, until neutral and moderate Northerners began to fear a true nationalization of the now 'peculiar institution.
Here we have a case of boundary crossing that challenges the roles and identities embedded deeply in the psyches of many.