Sure, here are some examples of one-liners with a context and “bulk” and “boundary” notions:

For me, all objects have two parts: bulk and boundary. bulk can be construed as the ‘noun’ ness of it, the boundary can be construed as the “verbness” and “adjectiveness” of an object.
Sure, here are some examples of one-liners with a context and “bulk” and “boundary” notions:
  1. Person, character, appearance
  2. Building, structure, design
  3. Tree, trunk, branches
  4. Car, engine, body
  5. Book, content, cover
  6. City, infrastructure, skyline
  7. Mountain, rock, snow
  8. Ocean, water, waves
  9. River, flow, banks
  10. Food, ingredients, presentation
  11. Music, melody, harmony
  12. Painting, brushstrokes, frame
  13. Sport, rules, equipment
  14. Movie, plot, special effects
  15. Event, schedule, decorations
  16. Country, government, borders
  17. Animal, behavior, habitat
  18. Planet, atmosphere, terrain
  19. Galaxy, stars, dust
  20. Universe, matter, energy
  21. Idea, concept, expression
  22. Theory, hypothesis, evidence
  23. Religion, doctrine, rituals
  24. Culture, values, traditions
  25. Language, grammar, vocabulary
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