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Yes, there is. The area of a rectangle sets a lower limit on its perimeter.
If the area is A, then the quadrilateral shape with the smallest perimeter has sides of length sqrt(A). Therefore the minimum perimeter is 4*sqrt(A). The perimeter can have any value grater than that since the area of the rectangle can be maintained while making it thinner and longer and thus increasing its perimeter with out any upper limit.

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