What is FRONTIER?

In international law. That portion of the territory of any country whichlies close along the border line of another country, and so “fronts” or faces it. The termmeans something more than the boundary line itself, and includes a tract or strip ofcountry, of indefinite extent, contiguous to tbe line. Stoughton v. Mott, 15 Vt. 169.

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