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“The slab is a horizontal boundary-line and all the vertical relations are related to it.”
“I heard of “grievances, independence, and annexation,” and, altogether, should have supposed it to be on the other side of the boundary-line.”
“I am interested in the boundary-line where protection slides into prohibition, with social costs that go largely unremarked.”
“The boundary-line is marked by a large gate, like the two openings in the wooden wall denoting the Loango frontier between the Quillu and Luema rivers.”
“The boundary-line of Chile and Argentina, running from north to south through the middle of the island, gives each republic a nearly equal share of the country.”
“In a nation which allows its judges to create its constitutional law the boundary-line between judicial biography and constitutional history is not easily traced.”
“Crossing a boundary-line between - a one G field and a no-G field would be precisely as difficult as surmounting a high-jump with the bar Set at infinity, and for the same reasons.”
“For we must not neglect to bear in mind that they shared the spirit of the East; and did they not live on the very boundary-line between the East and the West?”
“In school-boy days, the first thing settled as to any new acquaintance, man or boy, is on which side he stands of the great boundary-line.”
“We may sometimes, indeed, overstep the boundary-line.”
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