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bor·der move·ment

(bōr'dĕr mūv'mĕnt)
The limit of movement of the lower jaw as recorded in the sagittal and horizontal planes; often referred to as the envelope of motion.

bor·der move·ment

(bōr'dĕr mūv'mĕnt)
The limit of movement of the lower jaw as recorded in the sagittal and horizontal planes; often referred to as the envelope of motion.
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Matters pertaining to cross border movement as well as to further facilitating land route trade and business activities from this part of Pakistan with Afghanistan also came under discussion and the Governor assured every possible support and cooperation in this respect.
Responding a question, he said nearly 900 Pakistan Army's check posts have been established along Pak-Afghan border, however, it is not Pakistan Army's responsibility alone to stop cross border movement.
After this successful action, he said that cross border movement of miscreants and terrorists and their resources had considerably reduced and have no power of launching any attack.
On the issue of cross border movements, the Minister said that there was no cross border movement by the terrorists from the Pakistans side of the border.
ISLAMABAD, February 24, 2010 (Balochistan Times ): Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani has stressed the need for a joint strategy towards checking cross border movement between Pakistan and Afghanistan and said that this would help facilitate both the countries to effectively stop the supply lines of the extremists and militants.
Responding to a question, the minister said that 3 frequented routes were used on 2200-kilometer Pak-Afghan border and biometric checkposts would be installed at the end of next month to stop cross border movement.
Progress in 26/11 trial, cross border movement of terrorists and the menace of fake Indian currency notes will be high on the agenda during the Home Secretary-level talks between the two nations to be held here on March 28-29.
The Federal Minister emphasized for the need to regularize border movement and said that it should be documented.
Appreciating the efforts and contributions made by UK in Afghanistan, Chairman JCSC stressed on the need to effectively seal the border on Afghan side to prevent cross border movement and flow of weapons, synchronization of effort on both sides and sharing of real time intelligence with reference to the ongoing operations in SWA, says a statement issued by ISPR.