free border

free border

[TA]
unattached edge of a structure, often opposite the attached edge. See: free border of nail, free border of ovary.
Synonym(s): margo liber [TA], free margin
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Pakistan had introduced visas and passports for Afghan nationals in June 2016 over concerns that free border movement would enable the militants to enter Pakistan for violence.
The deal almost fell apart last week, when May's Northern Irish allies rejected an initial agreement for fear that a promise to protect a free border with EU member Ireland could separate their region from the rest of the UK.
After days of often fraught diplomacy, May rescued the initial deal last Friday, easing the concerns of her Northern Irish allies over the wording to protect a free border with EU member Ireland without separating the province from the UK.
When the latest eGates were installed in 2015, the Home Office claimed they would reduce queues and free Border Force officers to focus on priority work such as cracking down on smugglers.
The free border of the uncinate is identified and a small cut surface is created.
Without a genuine strengthening of external border controls - negligible compared to US external border controls - it's unlikely that inter-European free border passage can be maintained.
Table--1: Comparison of peripheral and inner free border lengths of fetal menisci (n = 54) Length Medial Meniscus (mm) Lateral Meniscus (mm) Peripheral length 26.
Not all rudbeckias are short lived, indeed rudbeckia fulgida Goldsturm is in my top 10 of the best trouble free border perennials.
My opinion is that either you seal the whole border--there shouldn't be a single gap of even one metre--or you just ignore the border, make it a porous border, make it a free border.
Instead, try landscape fabric covered by pumice or small rocks to maintain a drier, weed free border.
It will kill all annual and most perennial weeds and provide a weed- free border for six months or so.