borderline

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  • Thus, the town has a single centre, however, it has no exact borderlines.
  • In his universe there are no clear borderlines between human and divine love.
  • There will of course, as always in this branch of the law, be borderline cases.
  • We try to review the classes, but you always have borderline classes and it is always difficult.
  • The series did not match the success of its original, and received borderline ratings.
  • Later these two walls were linked to form a common borderline.
  • Days before the release of X, they released "Borderline" as their second single.
  • They are a borderline case of where pop becomes art.
  • Some designs have been regarded as borderline cases by some writers.
  • This important borderline castle was established at the beginning of the 14th century.
  • Both cities share the main avenue which serves as the borderline.
  • Most of the book describes specific conflicts that are borderline cases where critical features might be expected to show up.
  • Some such borderline cases between buried alive and immurement are included here.
  • It is also one of the main sites for the annual Borderlines Film Festival.
  • She has said that she feels that she actually had borderline personality disorder.
  • He edited one of the first books on borderline personality disorder during this period.
  • By his own admission he was a borderline alcoholic when he finishing playing football.
  • It is typically designated the borderline when rivers are used as political borders.
  • So she goes over the borderline whenever she sees fit. Cited from The Ivory Trail, by Talbot Mundy
  • His first ball went for a wide and the next was borderline but not called by the umpire.
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