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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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Caption: Borderline looks at the life of Regina, a woman who has been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder.
But Jason Rodgers said that there is actually some evidence online that would prove that Princess Diana suffered from a borderline personality disorder.
A study conducted in Thailand on medical students showed that emotionally unstable-impulsive type, histrionic, anankastic disorders were more common.11 Another study showed that using ICD-10-based IPDE, dissocial was the most commonly diagnosed personality disorder, while histrionics was the least common.12 A preliminary study on personality disorders based on ICD-10 IPDE, conducted in Lahore, concluded that the most prevalent personality disorder was emotionally unstable-borderline type.13 A study conducted in Greece reported antisocial (dissocial) and borderline (emotionally unstable-borderline type) as the most prevalent personality disorders.14 Similarly, a study conducted in Australian community showed anankastic to be the most prevalent disorder.15
We hypothesized that maladaptive schemas will mediate between negative childhood-traumatic experiences and personality disorders among adults including histrionic, antisocial, narcissistic and borderline personality disorders.
Have tumultuous relationships - idealizing someone then suddenly hating him/her - because of the inability to handle gray or ambivalent realities of life; life for a borderline is either black or white.
Donor and recipient characteristics were similar in between the steroid withdrawal group (no rejection on protocol biopsy) and the group maintained on steroids (borderline or acute rejection).
(5,6) The term "borderline" also is sometimes used pejoratively to describe patients.
If we play Italy in the pool he'd be all right, but if we're playing rugby then he'd be borderline to get there.
"Robshaw has spent a lot of time in the pool, but he's borderline to play rugby.
Significant positive correlation was found between Borderline personality traits scale (BPTS) and Zanirini borderline personality disorder scale (ZAN-BPDS).
The source said that the Iraqi forces managed to advance against ISIL along the borderline with Syria and captured the village of Aklah Sawab and al-Kamounat base.
The results of the fact-finding missions conducted in Vazashen and Barekamavan borderline villages were marked on a map with Google Earth An ad hoc report has been prepared on the results of the fact-finding missions in Vazashen and Barekamavan borderline villages of Tavush Province conducted by RA Human Rights Defender Arman Tatoyan and his staff members.