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Border

A set line denoting the extremities of a country, government, legal jurisdiction or property. Borders for governments or jurisdictions are agreed between parties or set by a higher authority. Borders between properties are set by a government or the original owner. An owner of property sometimes may subdivide and sell pieces, thereby creating new borders within his old property.
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Dummett claims in addition that, although no electoral system can avoid tactical voting, the Borda system is the only one which cannot be manipulated by a majority.
Os estudos sobre borda geralmente relacionam o tipo e intensidade dos efeitos principalmente a padroes como tamanho, disposicao e formato dos fragmentos.
Segun recordo Garcia Marquez en una conferencia en Caracas, el 3 de mayo de 1970, Zalamea Borda no solo publico el cuento, sino que lo acompano con una nota en la que reconocia que se habia equivocado, porque "con ese cuento surgia el genio de la literatura colombiana o algo parecido".
a Fals Borda y el nuevo compromiso de los academicos en nuestro contexto.
Ao se realizar uma analise temporal da contribuicao do efeito da borda sob a area central do fragmento, ou seja, relacao borda/area dos fragmentos percebeu-se que as sub-bacias Alto Curso, Baixo Curso e Medio Curso apresentaram mais TCA que TE, apesar da sub-bacia Alto Curso demonstrar uma maior possibilidade de reducao da area central em tempos futuros.
Apesar de computacionalmente mais exigente que Borda, quando ha necessidade de estabelecer uma relacao de pre-ordem, ou ordem latus sensu, este metodo fornece sempre uma resposta (ao contrario do metodo de Condorcet) e, apesar de nao eliminar, reduz bastante a influencia de alternativas irrelevantes.
Caption: Walter Borda of Caesar Creek Vineyards will join the headline panel.
The daughter of Bowen's victim, Tammy Borda, said she was satisfied with the outcome.
The left is in a very delicate position because it supports the peace process advocated by the government," Borda said.
Minuchin, a family therapist, author, and teacher who developed structural family therapy and co-founded family therapy, and coauthors Reiter and Borda, teach therapists basic family therapy skills.