The Line

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Parashah - Spacing Techniques
... text of the previous portion ends before the end of the column (leaving a space at the end of the line), and the new "open" portion starts at the beginning of the next line (but with no indentation) ... A "closed portion", on the other hand, leaves a space in the middle of the line of text, where the previous portion ends before the space, and the next portion starts after it, towards the ... range of options An "open portion" always started at the beginning of a new line ...
Variations Of Basketball - Activities - Lightning
... All players line up behind the selected shooting point, typically the center of the free throw line or the top of the key ... The first player in line shoots ... If so, the first player recovers the ball and passes it to the next player in line ...
End Of The Line - Film, Television and Literature
... The End of the Line (1957 film), a crime film by Charles Saunders End of the Line (1987 film), a drama film by Jay Russell End of the Line (2007 film), a horror film by Maurice Devereaux The ...
Salisbury And Dorset Junction Railway - The Line - Stations and Other Features - Level Crossings
... There were five manned crossings on the line ... These were North Charford – between the Avon crossing and Breamore on minor road off the A338 South Charford – just to the south of North Charford on another minor road off the A338 Burgate Horton – between Verwood and West Moors Revelle's – between Verwood and West Moors Newman's Lane – north of West Moors In addition there were three major unmanned crossings (where engine whistles were required) ...

Famous quotes containing the word line:

    The modern picture of The Artist began to form: The poor, but free spirit, plebeian but aspiring only to be classless, to cut himself forever free from the bonds of the greedy bourgeoisie, to be whatever the fat burghers feared most, to cross the line wherever they drew it, to look at the world in a way they couldn’t see, to be high, live low, stay young forever—in short, to be the bohemian.
    Tom Wolfe (b. 1931)

    The real dividing line between early childhood and middle childhood is not between the fifth year and the sixth year—it 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)