Most commonly a line or repetitive design used to emphasize or set apart all or portions of a sign's art. In electric signs, illuminated tubes and arrows or decorative molding may also serve as borders.
This is the edge around tables and images. If you set the border to 0, it will be transparent. You want to do this if you use an image to create a link. Many people use tables with transparent borders to help design and layout their pages. The larger the number you use for the border, the wider the border will be.
The vertical side or edge of a mattress or foundation. Pre-built borders are constructed by stitching together the ticking, foam or other filling materials and a backing material. Commonly quilted or vertical-stitched.
In switcher terminology, a thickened edging, similar to a picture frame, placed around a key signal, a digital effect, or the edges of a wipe pattern. Typically, the thickness, softness, and color of the border are completely adjustable.
a rectangular box that surrounds the perimeter of an ad or selected items on that ad the such as a photograph that creates a hard edge. Borders are not allowed around the perimeter of USM ads. (See keystoning).
The printed area toward the edges of a map constitutes the border. In some cases, the border may consist of a simple neat line. In other cases the border may be scrollwork, geometrical designs, or even decorative panels with costumed figures or town views. Occasionally, a map may have no border at all. Do not confuse border with margin. See margin and neat lines.
A piece of flat scenery, often black velour but sometimes a flat, which is placed horizontally above the set, usually to mask the lighting instruments. Borders are often used with side wings, in a scenery system known as "wing and border."
Curtains which run across the stage used to mask the area above the stage proper. There is usually more than one of these curtains and they are referred to numerically by their position moving upstage, away from the audience.
A frontier between States. The EU differentiates between internal borders (a frontier between two Member States) and external borders (a frontier between a Member State and another country). (See freedom to travel)
Sometimes used as a replacement for the culturally insensitive term "frontier." Borders are places where cultures meet, and where trade, violence, and cultural exchange shape a variety of individual experiences.
Borders define geographic boundaries of political entities or legal jurisdictions, such as governments, states or subnational administrative divisions. They may foster the setting up of buffer zones. Borders are complexly understood as a site at and through which socio-spatial differences are communicated.
A garden scheme commonly found in England in which a long narrow bed is planted with a variety of annuals and perennials according to their height. The desired effect is to create a sloping display of color, form and texture.
A defined area in which flowers and shrubs are planted. Usually at least one boundary of a bed is a vertical surface, a wall, a fence, a hedge, a woodland, or a property line. Usually the plants in a border are perennials or shrubs. The expectation is that one will encounter few annuals there. A normal practice is to place tall plants at the back and short ones near the front; however, more drammatic effects occur if this rule is broken a few times in each border.
1)A special place in the garden for cultivating weeds where most competition has been eliminated. 2) A repository for expensive materials such as coconut hulls which, otherwise the producer would have to pay a disposal company to landfill.
An attribute of the IMG tag that specifies the width of the border that surrounds a particular image. In the command <IMG SRC="tom.gif" BORDER=0> no border will be visible around the image named "tom.gif".
a narrow band of wallcovering used for decorative purposes, usually at ceiling height. It is also often used at chair-rail height in place of or in addition to wood molding and also as detail around windows and doors.
Border, a 1997 Bollywood war film based on the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. J P Dutta directed and produced this war epic which stars Sunny Deol, Jackie Shroff, Sunil Shetty, Akshaye Khanna, Pooja Bhatt, Sharbani Mukherjee and Tabu.
Thick line at the end of towels where no yarns are looping. If it's plain, it's called cam. Instead patterned fabric is shown, then it's called dobby border. Some towels have multiple and/or colorful dobby borders. To have luxurious look, some towels uses shiny yarns to finish the border.
We have taken the border to include all the exclusion activities taken to prevent unauthorised living organisms entering New Zealand. We have regarded chance detections of free-living new organisms at or around ports or container depots as being incursions whereas we have regarded detections as part of the examination of passengers' baggage or examination of freight as non-incursions and thus outside the scope of this review.