Posted by: jgroppel | January 6, 2012

LINE

 

LINE

D1: (v) to place in or cover the inside of…

D2: (n) a row of people / things one after the other

D3: (n) a length of wire, string, or cord (phone line / clothes line)

D4: (n) a quote from a play / poem

D5: (n) a border, limit or straight mark

E1: He lined the coat with fur.

E2: We stood in line for an hour.

E3: Please stay on the line for the next available operator.

E4: Do you remember your lines?

E5: Don’t cross the line!

S5: boundary

Line audio here

Nazca Lines Video

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