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available line

[ə′vāl·ə·bəl ′līn]
(electronics)
Portion of the length of the scanning line which can be used specifically for picture signals in a facsimile system.
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Chris Crean , spokesman for Friends of the Earth in the West Midlands, said the report provided 'a very useful line in the sand.'
Stable has a useful line on several of today's key rivals.
Wresting midfield control will be the key to Town's prospects and they may find a useful line of attack down City's right flank, where Wright-Phillips' defensive qualities could be severely tested.
Reiziger will give a useful line on the merits of Francois Doumen's Ben Ewar, who beat him at Ascot.
How can you argue with someone who says they will pulverize you?Another useful line to always arm yourself with is 'I will not perform intellectual labour for you'.
It used to be a very useful line and I was sorry to see it close.
HFresh faced and with a useful line up of engines, the Arona is arriving into a crowded house of baby SUVs.
I think it is possibly the simplest, most useful line I could ever use with patients.
Many of these instruments (e.g., the shofar, the (then) are given some notice, often with a very useful line drawing.
I find the O Ills by far the most useful line filter, since they suppress everything except the spectral lines of doubly ionized oxygen that are a major component of the light of planetary nebulae like M57, the Ring Nebula.
On the other side, MAS also provided a very useful line of communication from the sector to government, one that will now be cut.
But because they are scattered all over the country, they could form a useful line of local defence in the event of war.