Draw a line down that page's center.
...a dotted line...
The ball had clearly crossed the line.
He has a large, generous face with deep lines.
...fine lines and wrinkles.
The sparse line of spectators noticed nothing unusual.
Children clutching empty bowls form a line...
The next line should read: Five days, 23.5 hours...
Tina wouldn't have read more than three lines.
...a line from Shakespeare's Othello: 'one that loved not wisely but too well'...
Every time I sing that line, I have to compete with that bloody trombone!...
Learning lines is very easy. Acting is very difficult.
'In time perhaps you'll marry again'. 'That's a great line, coming from you!'.
...chat-up lines like 'You've got beautiful eyes'.
She put her washing on the line.
...a piece of fishing-line...
The winds downed power lines.
The telephone lines went dead...
It's not a very good line. Shall we call you back Susan?...
She's on the line from her home in Boston.
...the 24-hours information line.
...details from Lesbian Line.
The American continent's geography severely limited the lines of attack...
Negotiators say they're keeping communication lines open.
...the guerrillas' main supply lines.
Walk in a straight line...
The wings were at right angles to the line of flight.
They've got to ride all the way to the end of the line...
Fires broke out at three railway stations, halting service on two commuter lines for several hours...
I would be able to stay on the Piccadilly Line and get off the tube at South Kensington.
Leaves on the line are an expensive problem for the railways.
The Foreign Office offered to pay the shipping line all the costs of diverting the ship to Bermuda.
The garden has an informal feel to soften the architectural lines of the conservatory.
...a sculptured evening dress that follows the lines of the body.
...the California state line.
Their unit was shelling the German lines only seven miles away.
...the stupendous fortification they called the Maginot Line.
Forty members of the governing Conservative party rebelled, voting against the government line...
Most members of Parliament took a hard line on this issue.
Our discussion in the previous chapter continues this line of thinking...
What are some of the practical benefits likely to be of this line of research?
There followed an assortment of praise for the coffee along the lines of 'Hey, this coffee is fantastic!'...
He'd said something along those lines already...
Our forecast for 1990 was on the right lines...
The main lines of the plan were a reduction in expenditure and the rationalization of government controls.
...so-called autonomous republics based on ethnic lines.
...reorganising old factories to work along Japanese lines.
So what was your father's line of business?...
In my line of work I often get home too late for dinner.
Wild guesses aren't much in my line...
Perhaps doing voluntary work is more your line?
His best selling line is the cheapest lager at £1.99.
Most kids can do something in the art line.
...a production line capable of producing three different products.
...the old Welsh royal line descended from Arthur and Uther Pendragon...
This title will only pass down through the male line.
Nicholas Paul Patrick was seventh in the line of succession to the throne...
The line of command went from head office in Chicago to a regional boss and then down to a country boss and finally to a local-office managing-partner.
...the man who stands next in line for the presidency.
We were part of a long line of artists...
It's the latest in a long line of tragedies.
Thousands of local people lined the streets and clapped as the procession went by.
...a square lined with pubs and clubs.
Scoop the blanket weed out and use it to line hanging baskets...
Female bears tend to line their dens with leaves or grass.
...the muscles that line the intestines.
Somewhere along the line he picked up an engineering degree...
It would depend how far down the line the relationship was.
Excellent acting all down the line captures the sound and feeling of that semi-feudal age...
Democrats and Republicans differed right down the line on what the proper responses were.
Letters have come from prisoners, declaring that they would draw the line at hitting an old lady.
It is, however, not possible to draw a distinct line between the two categories.
My phone doesn't work, so drop me a line.
More than 3,000 police officers were wounded in the line of duty last year.
Passport checks will remain the first line of defence against terrorists...
The first line of treatment is to help the affected skin by moisturising it regularly.
He must be in line for a place in the Guinness Book of Records...
Public sector pay is also in line to be hit hard.
The device itself was right under the vehicle, almost in line with the gear lever...
Venus, the Sun and Earth all moved into line.
The structure of our schools is now broadly in line with the major countries of the world...
This brings the law into line with most medical opinion.
...the economic discipline required to bring currencies into line.
I had been standing in line for three hours.
All this was just designed to frighten me and keep me in line.
...if the Prime Minister fails to bring rebellious Tories into line.
The Energy Secretary hopes to bring on line a safer new tritium production reactor...
The new machine will go on line in June 2006...
Every second her equipment was off line cost the company money.
They can order their requirements on line.
...on-line transaction processing.
He wouldn't put his career on the line to help a friend.
You can see that her nose has been drawn slightly out of line.
...if one set of figures is sharply out of line with a trend.
Any one of my players who steps out of line will be in trouble with me as well...
You're way out of line, lady.
Reading between the lines, it seems neither Cole nor Ledley King will be going to Japan.