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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As he lead into a new conference with justice ministers from different European nations, he said that the main challenge was to fortify control at Europe s outward borders of its so-named Schengen region, under which free border crossing is supposed to be permitted.
Not all rudbeckias are short lived, indeed rudbeckia fulgida Goldsturm is in my top 10 of the best trouble free border perennials.
For example, Goldman accessed the deformed caudal segment by bilateral retrograde dissection from its free border.
It will kill all annual and most perennial weeds and provide a weed- free border for six months or so.
Oelzner S, Eisner R Bilateral chondrodermatitis nodularis chronica helices on the free border of the helix in a woman.
It is attached superiorly to the cribriform plate, and its free border slopes inferiorly and posteriorly.
These spaces can be considered as one single unit because the free border of the mylohyoid muscle posteriorly allows them to communicate (figure 3).
BUSINESS WIRE)--May 8, 1995--Taco Bell's first-ever, nationwide food giveaway resulted in 8 million FREE Border Lights Tacos and Burritos being served during the three-hour sampling period.
On May 8, 1995, consumers from coast to coast will have the opportunity to sample a free Border Light taco or burrito with no purchase necessary.
As the political debate goes on over free borders and how many refugees the UK should take, many members of the public want to do their bit to help practically.
And the greatest beneficiaries have been the callous gangs who sell false dreams and trade on the free borders within the EU.