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border

noun ambit, borderland, boundary, bounds, brim, brink, circumference, circumjacence, confine, edge, edging, end, enframement, extremity, flange, frame, fringe, frontier, hem, ledge, limit, line of demarcation, marge, margin, outline, outpost, outside, outskirts, pale, perimeter, periphery, purlieus, rim, selvedge, side, skirt, termination, verge
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border

(Approach), verb abut upon, adjoin, align connergently, approximate, be in the vicinity of, be near, close on, come close, come to a point, concentrate, converge, draw near, encroach, gravitate toward, join, juxtapose, lie near, meet, move toward, near, neighbor, place in juxtaposition, place near, place parallel, proximate, put along side, skim, skirt, unite, verge, verge upon

border

(Bound), verb abut upon, adiacere, adjoin, appose, attach, attingere, be adjacent to, be circumjacent to, be conterminous, be contiguous, be in conjunction with, be in contact with, be juxtaposed, butt, cincture, circumpose, circumvalate, circumvent, close in, confine, conjoin, connect, contain, corral, cut off, define, delimit, delimitate, demarcate, edge, embrace, encase, enchase, enclose, enclose within bounds, encompass, ensphere, envelop, environ, extend to, flank, frame, gird, hem in, join, juxtapose, juxtaposit, lean against, lie contiguous to, lie next to, limit, mark off, meet end to end, meet with, outline, place limitations, proscribe, restrain, restrict, shut in, specify limits, stake out, surround
See also: abutment, ambit, boundary, circumscribe, connection, contact, contain, define, demarcate, enclose, enclosure, encompass, end, extremity, frontier, hedge, juxtapose, limit, margin, mete, outline, periphery, tenant, termination
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Insight into evolution of Bordetella pertussis from comparative genomic analysis: evidence of vaccine-driven selection.
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Pertussis, commonly known as whooping cough, is a contagious respiratory disease caused by the organism Bordetella pertussis.
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Hospitalization and complications In children under 2 years of age with Bordetella pertussis infections.
Bordetella pertussis infection in household contacts of cases of pertussis in the southeast zone of the city of Cali, Colombia, 2006-2007
Of 560 not-recently-immunized household contacts of 164 hospitalized infants who were tested for Bordetella pertussis infection, 53% were infected and 14% had no symptoms.
Whooping cough, caused by the bacterium Bordetella pertussis, is characterized by persistent gagging coughing fits and sometimes a "whooping" sound as the person tries to inhale.
Whooping cough is caused by the bacterium Bordetella Pertussis is very small Gram_negative aerobic coccobacillus that appear singly or in pairs Bordetella is placed among the Gram-Negative aerobic rods and cocci called coccobacillus (Bloom et al.