Some articles on line, lines:
... TOMY re-released the Mechabonica line in the United States and Europe in late 1982, under the name Zoids ... The line was far more successful than Mechabonica, which led TOMY to reintroduce the line in Japan under the new name ...
... of the Axis armour so, instead, they attacked south west breaking through the lines of the Italian X Corps' Brescia and Pavia Divisions and headed south into the desert before turning east and heading back to ... By now most of the 8th Army was in retreat to the El Alamein line ... decision to stand a Mersa Matruh and ordered a withdrawal to the secure line between the Qattara Depression and El Alamein ...
4th Line Road (Ottawa Road #5) is a designated arterial road in the rural portion of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada ... The street follows one of the meridian lines first laid out when Carleton County was surveyed. 4th Line Road passes through the heart of North Gower, Ontario, and when in that town is known as "Main Street." The road runs just to the west of Highway 416, which is the more important north-south route ...
... The Taipei Metro Xinyi Line is a high-capacity, rapid transit line currently under construction ... It is the extension of the Tamsui Line and part of the Red Line ... Upon completion, the line will alleviate congestion on the Nangang Line by providing another east-west route through the Xinyi District ...
... In 1983, following the success of the OAR, TOMY reintroduced the Zoids line in Japan ... The relaunched Japanese line, now entitled Zoids, was a success, running from 1983 until 1990 ... The Zoids line had its own "Battle Story" that was told serially on the backs of the model boxes and in catalogues ...
More definitions of "line":
- (noun): A formation of people or things one beside another.
Example: "The line of soldiers advanced with their bayonets fixed"; "they were arrayed in line of battle"; "the cast stood in line for the curtain call"
- (verb): Fill plentifully.
Example: "Line one's pockets"
- (verb): Reinforce with fabric.
Example: "Lined books are more enduring"
- (noun): Space for one line of print (one column wide and 1/14 inch deep) used to measure advertising.
Synonyms: agate line
- (noun): Acting in conformity.
Example: "In line with"; "he got out of line"; "toe the line"
- (noun): A commercial organization serving as a common carrier.
- (noun): A formation of people or things one behind another.
Example: "The line stretched clear around the corner"; "you must wait in a long line at the checkout counter"
- (noun): A mark that is long relative to its width.
Example: "He drew a line on the chart"; "The substance produced characteristic lines on the spectroscope"
- (noun): A single frequency (or very narrow band) of radiation in a spectrum.
- (noun): A telephone connection.
Synonyms: telephone line, phone line, telephone circuit, subscriber line
- (verb): Cover the interior of (garments).
Example: "Line the gloves"
- (noun): The principal activity in your life that you do to earn money.
Example: "He's not in my line of business"
Synonyms: occupation, business, job, line of work
- (noun): A fortified position (especially one marking the most forward position of troops).
Example: "They attacked the enemy's line"
- (noun): A particular kind of product or merchandise.
Example: "A nice line of shoes"
Synonyms: product line, line of products, line of merchandise, business line, line of business
- (noun): A conceptual separation or demarcation.
Example: "There is a narrow line between sanity and insanity"
Synonyms: dividing line, demarcation, contrast
- (verb): Be in line with; form a line along.
Example: "Trees line the riverbank"
Synonyms: run along
- (noun): The methodical process of logical reasoning.
Example: "I can't follow your line of reasoning"
Synonyms: argumentation, logical argument, line of reasoning
- (noun): A length (straight or curved) without breadth or thickness; the trace of a moving point.
- (noun): A conductor for transmitting electrical or optical signals or electric power.
Synonyms: cable, transmission line
- (noun): A pipe used to transport liquids or gases.
- (noun): In games or sports; a mark indicating positions or bounds of the playing area.
- (noun): Mechanical system in a factory whereby an article is conveyed through sites at which successive operations are performed on it.
Synonyms: production line, assembly line
- (noun): A spatial location defined by a real or imaginary unidimensional extent.
- (noun): A succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence.
Synonyms: tune, melody, air, strain, melodic line, melodic phrase
- (noun): A connected series of events or actions or developments.
- (noun): The descendants of one individual.
Synonyms: lineage, line of descent, descent, bloodline, blood line, blood, pedigree, ancestry, origin, parentage, stemma, stock
- (noun): The maximum credit that a customer is allowed.
Synonyms: credit line, line of credit, bank line, personal credit line, personal line of credit
- (noun): A short personal letter.
Example: "Drop me a line when you get there"
Synonyms: note, short letter, billet
- (noun): A slight depression in the smoothness of a surface.
Synonyms: wrinkle, furrow, crease, crinkle, seam
- (noun): Something (as a cord or rope) that is long and thin and flexible.
Example: "A washing line"
- (verb): Make a mark or lines on a surface.
Example: "Draw a line"
Synonyms: trace, draw, describe, delineate
- (noun): Text consisting of a row of words written across a page or computer screen.
Example: "The letter consisted of three short lines"; "there are six lines in every stanza"
Famous quotes containing the word line:
“The English never draw a line without blurring it.”
—Winston Churchill (18741965)
“Somewhere along the line of development we discover who we really are, and then we make our real decision for which we are responsible. Make that decision primarily for yourself because you can never really live anyone elses life not even your childs. The influence you exert is through your own life and what you become yourself.”
—Eleanor Roosevelt (18841962)
“The real dividing line between early childhood and middle childhood is not between the fifth year and the sixth yearit is more nearly when children are about seven or eight, moving on toward nine. Building the barrier at six has no psychological basis. It has come about only from the historic-economic-political fact that the age of six is when we provide schools for all.”
—James L. Hymes, Jr. (20th century)