When I turned to look for my father he was gone, and in all the years that have passed no whisper of his fate has come across the borderland
of conjecture from the realm of the unknown.
Fear of the primitive, borderland
law, of which he had read highly colored, imaginary tales, had thrust him into the jungle a fugitive.
Richard and Clarissa, however, still remained on the borderland
There are scant crops and few beeves in the borderland
, where a man must reap his grain with sickle in one fist and brown bill in the other.
Her thought drew being from the obscure borderland
I look back at the chain of incidents, my interview with McArdle, Challenger's first note of alarm in the Times, the absurd journey in the train, the pleasant luncheon, the catastrophe, and now it has come to this--that we linger alone upon an empty planet, and so sure is our fate that I can regard these lines, written from mechanical professional habit and never to be seen by human eyes, as the words of one who is already dead, so closely does he stand to the shadowed borderland
over which all outside this one little circle of friends have already gone.
No," said the other priest; "reason is always reasonable, even in the last limbo, in the lost borderland
Early in the last century one of the picturesque race of robbers and murderers, practicing the vices of humanity on the borderlands
watered by the river Tweed, built a tower of stone on the coast of Northumberland.
Frederick Luis Aldama's 2009 A User's Guide to Postcolonial and Latino Borderland
Fiction is well worth reading although readers will undoubtedly find a number of its claims controversial and some of them puzzling.
networks straddle spaces both marginal and powerful.
Between frontiers: Nation and identity in a Southeast Asian borderland
In its role as key symbol of state sovereignty, the borderland
has become a place where central state authorities are often most eager to govern and exercise power.