outer boundary


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Noun1.outer boundary - the outside boundary or surface of somethingouter boundary - the outside boundary or surface of something
bound, boundary, edge - a line determining the limits of an area
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Initially, Kasper didn't think to compare his estimate of the zone's location with the Alfven point, but he wanted to know if there was a physically meaningful location in space that produced the outer boundary.
Kasper elaborated that the outer boundary of the zone of preferential heating and the Alfven point moved in lockstep in a totally predictable manner despite being totally independent calculations.
The authority's Enforcement Directorate along with the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) Administration and other concerned formations took action against illegal structures in Sira-e-Madhoo near the Sangjani Toll Plaza and demolished an illegally built residential unit comprising four rooms, a kitchen, a washroom and an outer boundary wall.
During this operation, according to CDA, an illegally constructedresidential unit comprising four rooms and outer boundary wall was demolished.
It will specifically profit the voters living in outer districts and within the outer boundary of power structures, hence having greater freedom and choice to select and elect their representatives.
Furthermore, an outer boundary and roofs of a Bufallo's shed were also dismantled.
The spacecraft is beyond the outer boundary of the heliosphere, 11 billion miles from Earth.
The announcement came six years after its twin spacecraft, Voyager 1, broke the outer boundary of the heliopause, where the hot solar wind meets the cold, dense space between stars, known as the interstellar medium.
Rains also damaged an outer boundary wall of the 16th century Fatehpur Sikri fort, west of Agra.
and outer boundary wall constructed over 07 kanals land was demolished.
After the expanded PT contacts with CT (see Figure 4(b)), the heat flux at the outer boundary in Figure 2(b) starts to be increased with natural convection in the water reservoir.

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