SWAT teams moved in and tear gas canisters were heard from the perimeter of what had essentially become a militarized zone.
“The host country is responsible for perimeter security, but no one can provide guarantees,” this official said.
Ryan Seacrest will be there chatting everyone up—and have his security scanning the perimeter for any sign of Sacha Baron Cohen.
“A Kennedy, I heard,” Beatrice Cigarini told The Daily Beast as she walked her dog around the perimeter of the castle.
Around the perimeter of the museum courtyard are tall thrones upholstered in white, reserved for the VIPs.
But they were all in Government Center, marshaled there to try to hold a perimeter formed by bricked-up apartment buildings.
Also, the lowest part of the perimeter of a geometrical figure.
Proclus remarked that the semicircle is the only plane figure that has its center on its perimeter.
The Radius is a right line drawne from the center to the perimeter.
Ere night fell, Jai Singh and a sowar made an extensive reconnaissance on horseback beyond the perimeter of the village.
perimeter pe·rim·e·ter (pə-rĭm'ĭ-tər)
n.
The outer limits of an area; circumference.
An instrument used to measure field of vision.