Beltline

Beltline (or Belt Line) refers to the following: ==Places== ==In transportation== ===Rail services=== ...
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BeltLine

The BeltLine plan was originally developed in 1999 as a masters thesis by Georgia Tech student Ryan Gravel. It links city parks and neighborhoods. The trail has also been used for temporary art installations. In 2013 the project received a federal grant of $18 million to develop the southwest corridor. ==Concept== The idea originated in a 1999 mas...
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Beltline

[automotive] The term `beltline` refers to a demarcation between a vehicles body panels and the side windows on an automobile. This definition is found on all cars, regardless of vehicle bodystyle. Some vehicles are styled to emphasize the `beltline` while other vehicles adhere to the point where the vehicles side metalwork ends and the win...
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Beltline

A horizontal line, usually imaginary but sometimes indicated by a feature in the body design, just below the window openings on a car or truck body.
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Beltline

The horizontal line defined by the lower edges of a vehicles windscreen, rear and side windows and pillars.
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Beltline

The line going from the hood which usually follows the bottom edge of the windows and continues to the trunk.
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Beltline

The line running around a car's body formed by the bottom edges of its glass panels
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