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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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And Arbroath and Queen's Park have a lot of work to do to catch the Borderers, having finished 21 and 25 points adrift of them last term.
The regiment will work with the King's Own Scottish Borderers towards forming the new battalion, which will come into existence on August 1
The spurred the Borderers into action and their best opening was created by centre Scott Nichol, who saw his support players bundled out.
Peter Aitken, who served in the King's Own Scottish Borderers in the 1980s, wants to speak to old soldiers about the personal hazards and heartbreak faced by the regiment in the Korean conflict of the 1950s for preservation in the regimental museum and national military archives.
In Aberfoyle, villagers learned that Pte Duncan Stewart, King's Own Scottish Borderers, posted missing on April 9, 1917, was now believed to have been killed that day.
Troops from Pte Reid's battalion 1 Scots, the Royal Scots Borderers - dressed in kilts - lined up in a guard of honour at Carlisle Crematorium.
A second-half strike from Blair Henderson was enough to see the Borderers open up a five-point gap on basement side East Stirling but manager John Coughlin admitted his side had "limped over the line".
The Borderers face tough opposition from third-placed Stirling Albion.
I recall during its unveiling a party of the South Wales Borderers being present but none from other regiments.
They were both from the Royal Scots Borderers, 1st Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland.
They gathered at the Canon Hill Chapel in Canley Crematorium on Friday as a piper played Blue Bonnets Over The Border, an anthem of the King'sOwn Scottish Borderers regiment, inwhich Mr Adams served as a Lance Corporal of the 7th battalion.