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boundary

[boun′dərē]
(in psychology) an aspect of family health in which the generations are clearly defined and issues are dealt with by the appropriate generation. There are also limits between the family "turf " and the larger society. This term can also apply to the roles of patient and therapist in psychotherapy.
A border, frontier
Biology See Biological boundary
Psychology A barrier between two or more people, in particular between a doctor and patients and/or subordinates
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Wang'ombe revealed that the task force report had pointed out a serious dispute in the Kwale boundary at Mackinnon.
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The primary purpose of the demarcation of the boundary line was to avoid boundary disputes over landed property as well as to establish spheres of economic influence.
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While complete analysis of fully inelastic behavior is still difficult to achieve by analytical methods, use of a computational method is a powerful tool for obtaining the indentation field when boundary conditions and natural time must be considered simultaneously.
Becker also found fullerenes in rocks at the so-called Cretaceous-Tertiary, or K-T, boundary (SN: 3/25/00, p.
The Walz code computes incompressible laminar boundary layers using the Thwaites-Walz integral methods.
One definition is that a boundary is "where you stop and I begin".