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spring line

[′spriŋ ‚līn]
(naval architecture)
A hawser run out from any part of a vessel to a point on shore, as a dock, to prevent the vessel from going ahead or astern.

spring line

1. Same as springing line.
2. In a transverse cross section of pipe, the line of maximum horizontal dimension.
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2) Fashions in Jean Lin's spring line, above, are urban and edgy, yet feminine.
To continue with the celebration of life and add a bit of fun to everyone's party, Shonfeld's spring line is exploding with new Cocktail & Drink gift sets.
It's a dead-ringer for the new Lancome spring line so definite handbag appeal here.
A: Got to clear out excess inventory to make way for the new spring line.
Available in women's sizes only, the Clogzilla ($65) is paving the way for Patagonia's new spring line of outdoor shoes for men and women, which will be resolable and use 50 percent recycled rubber.
Three mannequins (each, ironically is blond) sport bold-striped knickers and tunics from the spring line.
Spaced 30 feet on center, they span 90 feet, and stand 33 feet high from spring line to crown.
The new spring line will expand Underwood's collection by offering suit separates, sport coats, denim, hats, linen, sweaters, polos, knit tops, shoes, cuff links, and belts.
place 2-sack cement slurry under and around the culverts up to spring line of the upper culvert.
Designer Surily Goel showcased her spring line ' Fever'.
Later on, designer Dina Bar-El showed her spring line of satin and silk cocktail dresses and gowns, brilliantly hued and definitely pretty enough to enhance any Hollywood star's next red carpet appearance; Ali Landry sat in the front row of that one.