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  • adj. Not having a border.


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  • This is a vision I exhaustively endorse; a world whereby nations are repeatedly made aware of the ongoing struggles and issues facing more stricken regions, bringing some much needed authenticity to the phrase 'borderless world'.

    Scott Hill: Journalism's Feminine Touch

  • In large-scale responses to recent upheaval, we might choose to focus on ways to hear and see formerly invisible populations, and reclaim this century for what it has the potential to be: an age of collaboration, wherein dreams that used to take place only in comic books or on notepaper come to life in the name of borderless care for one another.

    Ming Holden: Kenya Dispatch: The End of Structure

  • "Jews invented the the notion of borderless revolution Trotsky...."

    Do you really think Justices Stevens and Ginsburg are about to create Supreme Court vacancies?

  • Jews invented the the notion of borderless revolution Trotsky, of any domestic law and constitution being trumped by "higher" international law and possible greater wisdom of other constitutions that can substitute for "limits" in a particular nations constitution that constrain "doing the right thing".

    Do you really think Justices Stevens and Ginsburg are about to create Supreme Court vacancies?

  • "Our experience ... has clearly shown the so-called borderless global media, in fact, carries an imperial flag and is an integral part of Western imperial expansionism and assault on Third World sovereignties," he said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Very few teams were aware that it is also known as the borderless sea because ocean currents completely surround it.

    Stories from The Sun

  • In the U.S. today, there is a growing sense that in our "borderless" internet age, with a growing absence of a communications "center," international communications should be in the hands of individuals rather than governments.

    John Brown: Public Diplomacy: "Out" for the U.S., "In" Overseas?

  • I had always thought of fog as a kind of borderless, infinite state.


  • It is hoped that the co-operation between the three countries will improve conservation measures - although there have also been fears the "borderless" park could also make it easier for poachers to operate.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The events in Egypt are a reminder of how foolish such "borderless" thinking can be.

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary


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