S] could be treated as if it were a natural boundary
condition during the iteration process.
Nowadays, this forms a natural boundary
with the National Trust woodland, with a path leading to spectacular views of the Menai Strait and Yr Eifl and, in a field, Hen Bobl burial mound.
This was disputed by residents and Coun Nick Forbes who represents the area said Gallowgate is a natural boundary
between city centre pubs and the residential area.
The Plum Canyon Road which makes it possible to cross over a natural boundary
is a two-lane road with no sidewalks, no lighting and ongoing mass residential development.
He said: "For centuries, the Tweed downstream of Kelso has been the natural boundary
between Scotland and England.
The natural boundary
conditions, namely the symmetry conditions at the mid-plane, the full-slip (zero friction) condition at the contact point, and the zero force at the free surface are implemented by substituting the boundary terms in the residual equations.
The south extension of FAT terminated at a natural boundary
, on the north edge of a post-mineral dike.
Speaking for the Liberal Democrats, former Newcastle Council leader Lord Shipley proposed scrapping the Newcastle Central seat and dividing the wards up between three Newcastle seats, with the Town Moor acting as a natural boundary
The event is blessed with one of the most scenic show venues in the country, with the River Towy, famous for its sea trout and salmon providing a natural boundary
on its west side.
The land covers just over 26' acres of pasture with a stream acting as a natural boundary
The mountains that form a natural boundary
between the two countries:--*