Straight Lines

Some articles on lines, straight, straight lines:

Pei Xiu - Pei's Written Work
... another of mountains, rivers, and places, the positions of plains and declivities, and the lines of the roads, whether straight or curved, which the ... scale (2) the rectangular grid (of parallel lines in two dimensions), which is the way of depicting correct relations between various parts of the map (3) pacing out ... angles and acute angles (6) (measuring) curves and straight lines ...
Silverchair - History - Return From Hiatus (2006–2010)
... Young Modern was released in March 2007, as was the first single, "Straight Lines" ... "Straight Lines" also became the band's third No ... Young Modern and "Straight Lines" each won three awards at the ARIA Music Awards of 2007, taking Silverchair's total to 20 ...
Madeline (1998 Film) - Plot
... vines lived twelve little girls in two straight lines ... In two straight lines they broke their bread and brushed their teeth and went to bed ... They left the house at half past nine in two straight lines in rain or shine — the smallest one was Madeline ...
Straight Lines (song)
... "Straight Lines" Sorry, your browser either has JavaScript disabled or does not have any supported player ... "Straight Lines", the first single from Young Modern, saw a change in direction for Silverchair, both musically and in their first self-produced album ...
Straight Lines (song) - Track Listing
... Australian CD Single "Straight Lines" "All Across the World" "Sleep All Day" (demo) "Don't Wanna Be the One" (live) Australian Promo CD "Straight Lines" (Audio) "Straight Lines" (Video) This ...

Famous quotes containing the words lines and/or straight:

    The opera isn’t over till the fat lady sings.
    —Anonymous.

    A modern proverb along the lines of “don’t count your chickens before they’re hatched.” This form of words has no precise origin, though both Bartlett’s Familiar Quotations (16th ed., 1992)

    Maud Gonne at Howth station waiting a train,
    Pallas Athena in that straight back and arrogant head:
    All the Olympians; a thing never known again.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)