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A succession of single notes
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(1) The path the ball takes; one game of bowling. (2) Dated synonym for a game of bowling.
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(from the article `fishing`) From 1880 tackle design evolved rapidly. Horsehair for the fishing line was replaced by silk covered with coats of oxidized linseed oil. Such lines ... In line fishing the fish can be attracted by a natural or artificial bait or lure devised to catch and hold the fish. Generally, the bait is combined ... ...
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(from the article `hemp`) ...to a series of operations—including retting, drying, and crushing—and a shaking process that completes separation from the woody portion, ...
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(from the article `mathematics`) Within the debates about projective geometry emerged one of the few synthetic ideas to be discovered since the days of Euclid, that of duality. This ...
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(from the article `prosody`) The basic prosodic units are the foot, the line, and the stanza. The recurrence of similar feet in a line determines the metre; here there are three ...
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(from the article `tactics`) Meanwhile, the improvement of firearms caused armour to be discarded. Infantry ceased wearing it almost completely after 1660, and the armour carried ...
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(līn) a stripe, streak, or narrow ridge; sometimes only an imaginary connector between two anatomic landmarks. Called also linea. adj., lin´ear., adj. tubing or a catheter.
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[n] - a length (straight or curved) without breadth or thickness 2. [n] - a single frequency (or very narrow band) of radiation in a spectrum 3. [n] - a fortified position (especially one marking the most forward position of troops) 4. [n] - in games or sports 5. [n] - a spatial location defined by a real or imaginary unidime...
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• (n.) A number of shares taken by a jobber. • (n.) A row of letters, words, etc., written or printed; esp., a row of words extending across a page or column. • (n.) Instruction; doctrine. • (n.) The equator; -- usually called the line, or equinoctial line; as, to cross the line. • (n.) Dispositions made to cover extended p...
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dividing line noun a conceptual separation or distinction; `there is a narrow line between sanity and insanity`
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[application] Line is a Japanese proprietary application for instant messaging on smartphones and personal computers. Line users exchange text messages, graphics, video and audio media, make free VoIP calls, and hold free audio or video conferences. Line, launched in Japan in 2011, reached 100 million users within eighteen months and 200 mi...
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[building] 東京（池袋）東武１１回の回転寿司店の鯨寿司。 东京池袋东武十一楼回转寿司店的的鲸鱼寿司。 Whale sushies at Tobu Store in Ike Bukuro, Tokyo. ...
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[combat system] LINE is a close quarters combat system, derived from various martial arts, used by the United States Marine Corps between 1989 and 1998, and then from 1998 through to 2007 for the US Army Special Forces. It was developed by retired combat-arms Marine Ron Donvito. Officially, the name stands for Linear Infighting Neural Overr...
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[electrical engineering] In electrical engineering, a line is, more generally, any circuit (or loop) of an electrical system. This electric circuit loop (or electrical network), consists of electrical elements (or components) connected directly by conductor terminals to other devices in series. ...
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[formation] The line formation is a standard tactical formation which was used in early modern warfare. It continued the phalanx formation or shield wall of infantry armed with polearms in use during antiquity and the Middle Ages. The line formation provided the best frontage for volley fire, while sacrificing maneuverability and defence ag...
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[geometry] The notion of line or straight line was introduced by ancient mathematicians to represent straight objects with negligible width and depth. Lines are an idealization of such objects. Until the seventeenth century, lines were defined like this: `The line is the first species of quantity, which has only one dimension, namely length...
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[given name] Line is a female given name, most common in the Nordic countries Denmark and Norway. It is a short form of names which end in -line, like Caroline. The Swedish form is Lina. In Norway its Name day is 20 January. ==People== Famous people with the name Line. ...
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[heraldry] The lines of partition used to divide and vary fields and charges in heraldry are by default straight, but may have many different shapes. Care must sometimes be taken to distinguish these types of lines from the extremely unusual and non-traditional use of lines as charges, and to distinguish these shapes from actual charges, su...
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[ice hockey] In ice hockey, a line is a group of forwards that play in a group, or `shift`, during a game. A complete forward line consists of a left wing, a center, and a right wing, while a pair of defensemen who play together are called `partners.` Typically, an NHL team dresses twelve forwards along four lines and three pairs of defense...
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[music] Low-resolution screenshot from cartoon entitled Old Rockin` Chair Tom taken off DVD, featuring Lillian Randolph as the voice of Mammy Two Shoes. =Rationale For Fair Use= 1. The screenshot is being used for informational purposes only, and its use is not believed to detract from the original film in any way possible. 2. The screensho...
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[play] Line is a 1967 one-act play by Israel Horovitz, his first play produced. It is an absurdist drama about 5 people waiting in line for an event (what event it is, is never made clear—several of the characters` stated expectations contradict the others). Each of the characters uses their wiles in an attempt to be first in line, gettin...
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[poetry] A line is a unit of language into which a poem or play is divided, which operates on principles which are distinct from and not necessarily coincident with grammatical structures, such as the sentence or clauses in sentences. Although the word for a single poetic line is verse, that term now tends to be used to signify poetic form ...
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