U.S. History. the slave states of Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky, and Missouri, which refused to secede from the Union in 1860–61.
the U.S. states touching the Canadian border.
certain countries of central and northern Europe that border on the former Soviet Union and belonged to the Russian Empire: Finland, Poland (prior to 1940), Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.
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a tax system for imports and exports, especially one that compensates for internal taxes in Common Market countries by levying fees or paying rebates.
one of a British breed of small terriers having a dense, wiry coat ranging in color from red to pale yellow, sometimes being gray and tan, or blue and tan. noun a small rough-coated breed of terrier that originated in Britain
on or near a border or boundary. uncertain; indeterminate; debatable: not an alcoholic, but a borderline case. not quite meeting accepted, expected, or average standards. approaching bad taste or obscenity: He made several borderline remarks that offended them. a person suffering from borderline personality. Contemporary Examples Former Student Claims U.S. Naval Academy Had ‘Zero Tolerance’ […]
a detailed memorandum, especially one in which documents are listed. Historical Examples The Aspern Papers Henry James The Aspern Papers Henry James The Aspern Papers Henry James The Aspern Papers Henry James The Aspern Papers Henry James The Aspern Papers Henry James The Sunny Side of Diplomatic Life, 1875-1912 Lillie DeHegermann-Lindencrone The Sunny Side of […]