break bounds

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This latter achievement resulted in a flogging, for the sand-martins built in a high bank close to the village, consequently out of bounds; but one of the bolder spirits of the school, who never could be happy unless he was doing something to which risk was attached, easily persuaded Tom to break bounds and visit the martins' bank.
The artist uses the sculptural text as a symbol for the empowerment of invisible women, who are encouraged to break bounds and create for themselves a tangible presence in society rather than live anonymously behind layers of fabric, unseen and unheard.
Deliming agents break bounds between lime and collagen protein, resulting in neutral salts (Sharphouse, 1983).