The border or part adjacent to the line of division; the beginning or early part; as, in the edge of evening.
To furnish with a fringe or border; as, to edge a dress; to edge a garden with box.
the third side of a coin, it can be plain, reeded, lettered or starred
the border between two connected faces of a polyhedron In the above picture, segment AB is an edge of the tetrahedron.
The width of a coin - its third surface. The edge can be plain or can have a design imparted by a collar. Milling is a common edge finishing originally used to stop shaving of the coin for its metal content. Occassionally, the edge is inscribed, usually for a commemorative purpose.
The border between two types of habitat, e.g., between forest and meadow, or stream and prairie, with vegetation of each type.
provide with a border or edge; "edge the tablecloth with embroidery"
a band of color you can display on one or more sides of the border
a one dimensional primitive used to represent the location of a linear feature and/or the border of faces.
These are usually the longer sides of the rug. They may be selvaged or overcast to create a durable finish.
border or margin of a surface.
The depth / surface perpendicular to the obverse and reverse, regarded as the third side of a coin; not to be confused with rim (raised border of coin). Edges can be plain, lettered and milled (with repetitive device)
The edge of the coin, it can be plain, reeded or lettered. Fine - 12-15 on the Sheldon grading scale.
The outer part of a coin, usually at rightangles to the main two sides of the coin.
This is a term used in decorative painting meaning to make straight lines with an edging brush and ruler, freehand or with an airbrush. It is used to render faux moldings, stone joints, and borders. Edges may be soft (blended) or hard.
The "third side" of a coin, encompassing the perimeter
The perimeter of coin, sometimes referred to as the "3rd" side.
the "third side" of a coin that may be plain, reeded or ornamented
The outer border of a coin, considered the "third side" (not to be confused with "rim"). Some coins feature lettering, reeding (grooves), or ornamental designs on their edges.
The sides of the wakeboard are called edges. You have a Heelside Edge and a Toeside Edge on your board.
The side of a coin which may be reeded, lettered or plain.
The metal tip that goes along the side of your board. Casanova's Outdoor Adventure Store.
A change in pixel values exceeding some threshold amount. Edges represent borders between regions on an object or in a scene.
the side of the coin.
The area which borders a coin's surface. Also referred to as a coin's "third side." Edges of United States coins may be reeded, lettered or plain.
The terminating border of a coin. When a coin is thick enough, or when it is composed of precious metal, the edge may have some sort of lettering or decoration, put there to discourage counterfeiting, clipping, or filing away bits of the gold or silver.
A side of a panel. For gypsum board a paperbound side of the panel. The paperbound edge as manufactured.
The third side of a coin. It may be reeded, ornamented, or plain.
The surface perpendicular to the two sides of a coin.