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blueline

[¦blü‚līn]
(graphic arts)
A blue image or outline printed on paper or plastic sheeting and used as a guide for drafting, stripping, or layout; it does not reproduce when the finished work is photographed.
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Once we stopped turning the puck over at the blueline we started to frustrate them a bit and that is going to be key for us in Game Three.
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New Delhi The Blueline buses, dubbed "killer buses" because of their reckless drivers, have earned a fresh lease of life.
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