# Perimeter Sentence Examples

perimeter
• He was touring the perimeter, as he did daily.

• It was the perimeter security check.

• Guards hung back in a loose perimeter around him, but they had thus far not challenged him.

• A portion of the northern perimeter was used for housing.

• Immortals lined the perimeter of the park shoulder to shoulder and roved the interior of the castle.

• The perimeter of the Belfort defences is nearly 25 m.

• Alerted to her passage through the perimeter by the microchip implant in her brain, Mr. Tim intercepted her before she reached the command and control hub.

• The proof that the area of a circle is proportional to the square of its diameter would therefore precede the proof that the perimeter is proportional to the diameter; the former property is the easier to grasp, since the conception of the length of a curved line as the limit of the sum of a number of straight lengths presents special difficulties.

• Negative products will arise if in moving from A to E along the perimeter of either side of the figure the projection of the moving point does not always move in the direction AE.

• The curved surface of any right cylinder (whether circular or not) becomes a rectangle, and therefore its area =length X perimeter of base.

• Taking the circumference as intermediate between the perimeters of the inscribed and the circumscribed regular n-gons, he showed that, the radius of the circle being given and the perimeter of some particular circumscribed regular polygon obtainable, the perimeter of the circumscribed regular polygon of double the number of sides could be calculated; that the like was true of the inscribed polygons; and that consequently a means was thus afforded of approximating to the circumference of the circle.

• The curved surface of a right circular cone becomes a sector of a circle, and its area = 2 slant height X perimeter of base.

• Shop the perimeter of the store -- that's where most of the unprocessed foods are placed.

• Black-clad guards roamed the internal perimeter while others manned the walls of the compound.

• In the past forty-eight hours, there had been fifty perimeter breaches, all from the west wall.

• Concrete floors were cool beneath her bare feet, and the perimeter was lit by dim lighting.

• That fortress, with modernized permanent works, and a main defence line studded with infantry redoubts farther out and a full interval-organization, had a very considerable perimeter.

• The perimeter measured some 28 m., and the average distance of the works from the town was about two.

• Dirt road, reservation perimeter on the left â€¦ she murmured.

• Yes. I'll arm its perimeter as soon as you're in.

• The guards hung in a loose perimeter around him, and he felt their tension ease as they walked.

• In book v., after an interesting preface concerning regular polygons, and containing remarks upon the hexagonal form of the cells of honeycombs, Pappus addresses himself to the comparison of the areas of different plane figures which have all the same perimeter (following Zenodorus's treatise on this subject), and of the volumes of different solid figures which have all the same superficial area, and, lastly, a comparison of the five regular solids of Plato.

• Angkor-Vat, the best preserved example of Khmer architecture, lies less than a mile to the south of the royal city, within a rectangular park surrounded by a moat, the outer perimeter of which measures 6060 yds.

• Some advise that you put flags near the edge of the perimeter so that the dog has a visual cue to know when is too far.

• Other systems -- generally wireless ones -- provide warnings in the form of vibration or sound before the dog reaches the edge of the perimeter where she will receive a shock.

• You could even spray around the perimeter of the window frame and he will likely stay away.

• To discourage cats from entering your property, sprinkle some cayenne pepper, ground coffee beans, dried mustard seeds or dried rosemary at the perimeter of your yard.

• You can plant cat-repelling herbs around the perimeter of your garden or interspersed with your other flowers or shrubs.

• Lightly brush contouring shadow around the perimeter of the face including forehead, cheek bones and jaw line.

• Lighted makeup mirrors solve this problem by containing surround lighting that ensconces the sides or perimeter of the mirror.

• Surround, rim, or perimeter lighting, in which lighting is incorporated into the full perimeter of the mirror and lights up all the way around.

• Dust ruffles and bed skirts are bedding accessories that hang around the perimeter of a bed, like a skirt.

• The RoamEO may also be used to create a virtual fence by using GPS coordinates to create a perimeter created by the dog's owner.

• If the dog breaches the perimeter programmed by the owner, an alert alarm goes off.

• Protect the handler - The dog is also trained to provide a protective perimeter between the client and others, if needed, to provide a comfortable distance for the client when the client is in distress.

• Construct the cabinet - This is the area that goes around the top perimeter of the tub and is used to place bath items and such.

• Mark the layout - Use the perimeter measurements from your deck plans.

• Marking the outside perimeter layout first will ensure that your footing holes are in a straight line.

• Motion sensor lights-For added peace of mind, consider purchasing motion sensor lighting to light up the perimeter of your home or office building.

• Although tub surround panels are already waterproof, it is important to seal the gaps between the panels and wall around the perimeter with a latex adhesive caulk.

• Before installing it is important to note that a sealant or a caulking gun should be used to cover the expansion space areas around the perimeter of the room.

• Set all of the full tiles first, leaving any cut tiles around the perimeter of the room for last.

• Since many, if not all of the tiles around the perimeter of the room will have to be cut, you might want to save this job for a second day.

• The perimeter of the patch is then taped off, spackled and sanded.

• Cut the tiles along the perimeter to fit.

• If you are making an area rug, make sure the less expensive tiles have bound edges to complete the perimeter.

• Measure your gutters in inches, beginning at the corner of your home and working around the perimeter.

• Ten people could be walking around the perimeter of your home and the alarm system won't notice.

• The goal is to create as long a tangled line within these honeycomb-shaped pieces as possible without going back to the center or reaching the outer perimeter.

• You'll then have to split your workload between keeping the enemies away and getting rid of the bombs that land in your perimeter, preferably by tossing them onto the other blimp.

• Place four large rocks the size of your grill around the perimeter of the fire.

• Use bricks or rocks to make a perimeter and keep your fire contained.

• After the demolition and removal of the Murrah Building remains, Oklahoma City placed a fence around the perimeter of where the building once stood.

• A nice clean perimeter and a choppy interior allows this style to be messy or with the right product and instruction, lay down into a nice classic style.

• Although a mullet hairstyle has a split personality, it can serve a basic need for the man or woman who wants to keep the length of their hair while keeping the perimeter of their cut manageable and groomed.

• It still needs to be emphasized that outside the perimeter of your home or a clothing-optional beach, the sheer swimsuit style can lead you into some uncomfortable legal difficulties.

• Glittering crystal studs traipse along the exterior perimeter of the shoe for an extra splash of style.

• Yoga studios abound all throughout the Atlanta metro area as well as within the perimeter of the city itself, so no matter where you live, you should be able to find a studio or class that meets your needs.

• The commander uses HSS personnel only on perimeter defense of their assigned medical facility.

• They are spaced at intervals around the perimeter of the engine exhaust duct near the turbine exit.

• No waste material should be allowed to accumulate anywhere in the premises, at the perimeter fence or on the roofs.

• Attached to perimeter fencing posts with stretch rubber ties.

• Imagine walking around the perimeter of the regular hexagon.

• He was given the task of establishing the site, which included the erection of a site hoarding around the perimeter.

• From the perimeter fence I could see the sinister black hulks of three submarines, floating in the dockyard.

• Only the perimeter joists and rafters may be included in bracing and blocking.

• Located on the northern perimeter of the stadium, it is a completely landlocked site.

• Those sheep who tested negative on the perimeter can then be moved to secure farms.

• The Ann Boleyn walk around the outer perimeter is a must.

• The American positions in the defensive perimeter had been expertly sited.

• Instead of the usual range of buildings along the southern perimeter however, there was just a wall.

• Due to insufficient bridging material or pontoons, the brigade had to satisfy itself with the occupation of the eastern perimeter of the village.

• The living quarters were on the western perimeter of the airfield.

• Only allow essential vehicles to enter with all others (staff, service vehicles etc) being kept outside the Biosecurity perimeter.

• The Hilton Hotel Stanstead airport is positioned on the airport perimeter next to.. .

• For 2006, we gave the KX250F a serious increase in power and all-new aluminum perimeter frame like that of the all-new KX450F.

• There are also a number of small pillboxes made of sewer pipes around perimeter of the site.

• Nevertheless, it should be observed that our globes take no account of the oblateness of our sphere; but as the difference in length between the circumference of the equator and the perimeter of a meridian ellipse only amounts to o 16%, it could be shown only on a globe of unusual size.

• It seems to follow that the consideration of the area of a circle should precede the consideration of its perimeter, and that the consideration of the volume of a sphere should precede the consideration of its surface-area.

• It is a solid stupa of brick, in the form of a cone, raised over a relic chamber; and the place of worship is the surrounding platform with a perimeter of nearly 1400 ft.

• The store has secant pile walls to the perimeter of the basement, with an insitu reinforced concrete frame to the ground slab.

• Opposite the park is the lovely Duck Pond where you can take a relaxing stroll around its perimeter.

• Another Spitfire from the same squadron and base as above undershot the runway and hit the perimeter fence, landing after night flying practice.

• The solution is to deploy the anonymous access WAP on a perimeter network segment that does not have access to the corporate network.

• These sit in rails anywhere from 2 1/2" to 3 1/2" thick attached around the perimeter of the table surface.

• Measure your available space to determine the size of your table and add about six feet of playing clearance around the table's perimeter.

• Perimeter weighting absorb shock so that your swing isn't affect from the impact of the ball and beyond.

• For example, if you live in Atlanta, you'll see that you can find them at the Super Target at 100 Perimeter Center Place, the Target at 3535 Peachtree Rd NE, and the K-mart at 453 E Main Street in Cartersville.

• One of the most popular systems involves a small electric shock, similar to what you might get from walking across the carpet, when the dog attempts to cross the perimeter.

• This bed is built to hold over 50 pounds.Although this unit is unheated, the four inch high foam wall around the perimeter of the bed holds your cat's body heat and blocks drafts.

• Be sure the pesticide reaches under the leaves as well as on top, and when applying around the outer perimeter of your home, be sure not to miss under crawl spaces and crevices where ticks love to hide.

• Drive posts (to be removed later) into the ground at the corners of the outside perimeter of the deck.

• Use some large rocks to make the perimeter of the fire pit.

• The store perimeter often has produce, meat, and dairy.

• Be advised, also, that no photographs are allowed of the area or its perimeter.

• The case is round with a gold-tone dial to match the case and bracelet, but its most arresting feature is a generous sprinkling of diamonds decorating the perimeter.

• Punch holes around the perimeter of each paper plate, leaving one inch of space between each hole.

• It was enclosed by a stone perimeter wall with a south facing entrance and contains the remains of 24 hut circles.

• While I stopped at the gate by the perimeter fence I saw some lion spoor and it was very fresh.

• The upholstered stool has buttons sewn around the perimeter, providing the fixings for the knitted cover.

• These holes were required to accommodate a high security steel fence around the perimeter of an electrical substation.

• Lots of booming and multiple reflections from the hard perimeter walls made the room very unfriendly in terms of sound quality.

• Note the pottery vessels used to scoop up the water lashed to the perimeter of the wheel.

• Two brave volunteers donned waders and walked the whole perimeter of the pond and dragged out all the debris from the pond.

• The solution is to deploy the anonymous access wap on a perimeter network segment that does not have access to the corporate network.

• This is equal to the product of the thermal capacity of the element, cgdx,, by the rate of rise of temperature dO/dt, together with the heat lost per second at the external surface, which may be written hpodx, if p is the perimeter of the bar, and h the heat loss per second per degree excess of temperature 0 above the surrounding medium.

• The heat generated by the current C at a point x where the temperature-excess is 0 is equal per unit length and time (t) to that lost by conduction -d(gkdo/dx)/dx, and by radiation hpo (emissivity h, perimeter p), together with that employed in raising the temperature gcdo/dt, and absorbed by the Thomson effect sCdo/dx.

• The circle of forts, which has a perimeter of nearly 30 m., was in 1895 reinforced by the construction of sixteen new works, and the area of ground enclosed and otherwise protected by the defences of Epinal is sufficiently extensive to accommodate a large army.

• The gate guards were doubled, armed and wearing tactical gear, the perimeter lit by intense floodlights.

• Earlier, I've walked the perimeter of the property and noted multiple places of easy access, via trees, with low hanging limbs.

• All he knew now was his bare feet were cold, standing on the hard wood floor at the perimeter of the carpet in the death room.

• Most of these commuters lived on the eastern perimeter, as if the extra mile or two made their daily trek somehow more acceptable.

• I was awoken by the gunshot and both of us drove the roads around the perimeter of the property but neither heard nor saw his vehicle.

• I've tried traditional medicine" he motioned to the machines lining the perimeter of the room "and my magic."