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Germany recognizes the total independence of German Austria in the boundaries traced.

A door on the opposite side of the Boundaries was suddenly opened, to give admittance to one who sprung out with a bound.

The ChanningsMrs. Henry Wood

The boundaries of cultures and rainfall never follow survey lines.

This had no connection with the boundaries which Spain might have assigned to her province of Texas.

Peace with MexicoAlbert Gallatin

Among the Greeks and Romans, boundaries were also marked by a phallic statue of Hermes, the god of fertility.

As a consequence, North Chelsea was set off in 1846, and Chelsea shrank to its present boundaries.

The treaty of peace which closed the great war had fixed the boundaries of the belligerent nations.

About halfway on the road to Tralles the Mæander is crossed, and here are the boundaries of Caria.

However, Prussia lay outside the boundaries of the Empire, and the emperor had nothing to say about what went on there.

Every one who studies a map can see for himself what is required by a country anxious to protect its shores or its boundaries.

Armageddon--And AfterW. L. Courtney

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