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margin

 [mahr´jin]
an edge or border.
gingival margin gum margin.
gum margin the border of the gingiva surrounding, but unattached to, the substance of the teeth.
margin of safety a calculation that takes the highest animal no observed adverse effect level and estimates a maximum safe level of exposure for humans. It is now generally superseded by the reference dose.

mar·gin

(mar'jin), [TA]
A boundary, edge, or border, as of a surface or structure.
See also: border, edge.
Synonym(s): margo [TA]
[L. margo, border, edge]

margo

A Latin term usually translated as margin, rather than alternatives ( border, edge, brim).

bor·der

(bōr'dĕr)
The part of a surface that forms its outer boundary.
See also: margin
Synonym(s): margo [TA] .

mar·gin

(mahr'jin) [TA]
A boundary, edge, or border, as of a surface or structure.
See also: border
Synonym(s): margo [TA] .
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Margo merely shrugged, her airport inspiration now inexplicable, even to herself.
As for the gender-flip, your sister does have a point that a male Margo would be judged harshly.
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For a start, Eve's flirtation with Bill unleashes a storm of insecurity and jealousy in Margo, largely due to Margo's unwillingness to be honest with herself--or Bill.
Now they sit together, smiling and cuddling on another park bench, and Margo tells me: "If you don't believe in true love, then what happened to us might change your mind.
Margo's struggle to be a genie, yet appear ordinary at home and school, is realistic in its descriptions of contemporary teens.