net line


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net line

[′net ‚līn]
(civil engineering)

neat line, net line

1. A line which defines the limits of work, such as an excavation, cut stone, etc.
2. The true face line of a building regardless of the projections of the stones; a line back of, or inside of, incidental projections.
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Expansion joints, to be saw cut, were placed along the net lines of the double courts and between the tennis courts, effectively cutting the courts' total surface area into four sections.
The machine has an easy to adjust in-feed height and a net line length addition of only 1100mm and can accept pack formats at 15 cycles per minute.
Outhwaite underwriting agencies in London, said there would be more insurance written on a net line basis, and that risk retention would be based more on corporate size than on the amount available in a soft marketplace.