Definition: decorative edge of hanging threads; edge
Definition: decorative edge of hanging threads; edge
Sentences Containing 'fringe'
The fluviatile trees next the shore are the slender eyelashes which fringe it, and the wooded hills and cliffs around are its overhanging brows.
Cato's half obliterated cellar hole still remains, though known to few, being concealed from the traveller by a fringe of pines.
A flush stole over Miss Sutherland's face, and she picked nervously at the fringe of her jacket.
Her jacket was black, with black beads sewn upon it, and a fringe of little black jet ornaments.
The Boscombe Pool is thickly wooded round, with just a fringe of grass and of reeds round the edge.
The Maritime Fringe responds with ineffective violence which is met with return fire from the Eqbas.
Other skin is gray to olive, and there is a fringe of large scales on the outer border of the forelimbs.
He also composed the music for John Burrows' Viva Espana, which won Best Musical at the 1993 London Fringe Awards.
It has been widely produced with productions at the Stratford Festival, off Broadway, and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
The medal was suspended to a single red silk fringe (18 mm x 21 mm) which was attached to the suit by a needle.
Blanc's Fringe-toed Lizard (Acanthodactylus blanci) is a species of lizard in the Lacertidae family.
The Avalon also originated as a volcanic island chain near the South Pole, on the fringe of the Gondwanan supercontinent.
The 2nd Hong Kong People's Fringe Festival 2013 will take place from November 1 to December 1, 2013.
Hong Kong People's Fringe Association was formed.
The wide variety of venues sets People's Fringe apart from other mainstream festivals in Hong Kong.
There are many readily apparent holes in the arguments supporting Lilith's existence, and the existence of this astronomical object is believed only by fringe groups.
A special episode recording during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe covering Leith was broadcast on 21 August 2012.
Ashley usually has a brown wig, styled up into a chimney at the back in the place of a bun, with a thick fringe.
The high school campus is located just on the fringe of downtown State College, and spans Westerly Parkway.
It is identical to the Royal Standard except that the Royal Guidon has a golden fringe around it.
The Guidon ("Guión") is identical to the Standard except that the Royal Guidon has a golden fringe.
"The Road Not Taken" is the nineteenth episode of the first season of the American science fiction drama television series "Fringe".
The Fringe team's investigation leads them to learn more about the drug trials Olivia (Anna Torv) experienced as a child, as well as other revelations.
The Fringe Division investigates the case of a woman (Jennifer Ferrin) who "spontaneously combusts" in the middle of a busy New York street.
The other independent on the fringe of the market, WNGM-TV (channel 34, now WUVG) had the same problem.
Cox performed his first full show entitled "Chris Cox He Can't Read Minds?" at the 2006 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
While at the Edinburgh Fringe, he also played the role of Eric Randolf in the Fringe First award winning "The Hotel".
They get their name from the bristles which fringe their heavy bills.
In 1961, H.M. Shah bought over a piece of prime land on the fringe of Kuala Lumpur and turned it into Merdeka Studio.
On television, Kalegi has appeared in several shows including "Law and Order SVU", "Kings", "Fringe," and "Damages."
MacAulay has gone on to be a regular performer at the Edinburgh Fringe and at comedy festivals worldwide.
I always felt I was on the edge of events, the fringe of things, and left out.
To add another level of complexity, in mammals there are three Fringe GlcNAc-transferases, named lunatic fringe, manic fringe, and radical fringe.
These enzymes are responsible for something called a "fringe effect" on notch signaling.
If Fringe adds a GlcNAc to the "O"-fucose sugar then the subsequent addition of a galactose and sialic acid will occur.
It was a small Independent outlet serving a rural area on the far southern fringe of the Louisville market.
Referring to the nomination contest between Ford and Ronald Reagan, Mathias remarked that the party leadership was placed "in further isolation, in an extreme—almost fringe—position".
The Fringe team discover that Van Horn was a shapeshifter.
"" veteran Kenneth Fink served as director, his only "Fringe" credit to date.
As of 2014, WEBN still uses the slogan "The Lunatic Fringe of American FM".
Having settled down on the fringe of an un-specified town she is also on the fringe of life.
Kotipalli railway station is located in the fringe areas of Konaseema region on the Godavari delta.
Longwell Green is a suburb just outside the east fringe of Bristol.
Television appearances include "Touched by an Angel", "Law Order", "", and "Fringe".
He was a member of the Fringe Festival Association for several years, and served as President of the Association in 2000.
Out On The Fringe is an album by Daryl Braithwaite released in 1979.
Edge effects include: Gelatin-, Ross-, Fringe-, Eberhard- and Kostinsky effects.
A concert of Colburn's compositions was given at the 2007 Boston Early Music Festival. Аn article on his performing experiences while there titled, "A View from the Fringe of the Fringe." appeared in Harpsichord and Fortepiano Magazine, Volume 12, No.1.
The band played at the T on the Fringe Festival during the tour.
The show was widely reported in the media and sold out - "The Scotsman" referred to him as "the face of this year's Fringe".
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