Edge definition

Edge of any water means the outer edge of the water's bankfull width or, where applicable, the outer edge of the associated channel migration zone.
Edge means a single virtualized device that connects the Your network branches and data centers with secure and optimized overlay tunnels.

Examples of Edge in a sentence

Guizani, “Blockchain and IoT-Based Cognitive Edge Framework for Sharing Economy Services in a Smart City,” in IEEE Access, vol.

Edge key by Ton 01/02//2012 SPECIAL NOTE FOR ASPHALT MILLING AND TEXTURING Begin paving operations within 48 hours of commencement of the milling operation.

Edge Treatment: Same as laminate cladding on horizontal surfaces.

Thickness = 1 Inch L = 100 LF L= Length of Edge Key 1-3309 Edge key by Ton 01/02//2012 SPECIAL NOTE FOR ASPHALT MILLING AND TEXTURING Begin paving operations within 48 hours of commencement of the milling operation.

An Edge or agreement corporation desiring voluntarily to dis- continue normal business and dissolve, shall provide the Board with 45 days’ prior written notice of its intent to do so.


More Definitions of Edge

Edge means Enhanced Data rates for Global Evolution. It is an enhancement to the GPRS network that provides data transmission up to 170 Kbps
Edge means the line of intersection or division between:
Edge means the seamed, un-seamed or taped border edge of a mattress or foundation that joins the top and/or bottom with the side panels.
Edge means the boundary between two (2) kinds of areas that are identified by the uses within them, degree of activity, topography or other special characteristics.
Edge means the surface of a chip across which its thickness can be measured in a perpendicular line from one face to the other.