From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
curtain (n., v.)
Other formscurtained (adj.)
Applies tosystem functions

Curtains are memory or communication barriers that are based on location in a system rathern than around headmates or groups of headmates. Anyone passing through a curtain may have to leave some memories behind, and communication may not be possible through a curtain. Curtains can be lowered over time similarly to other kinds of barriers.

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Front blocks are a type of curtain that separate the front from the rest of the headspace.