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keyline

[′kē‚līn]
(graphic arts)
An outline drawing on completed art for the purpose of indicating exactly the shape, position, and size of elements such as halftones or line sketches.
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Stephen Riggens, marketing director at Keyline, said: "-is year's rally was an enormous success and we are extremely grateful to everybody who donated.
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A keyline plow, recently used to spread compost tea and seeds as it loosened the soil in a nearby pasture, rests to one side.
The Italian Job rally is organised by builders' merchant Keyline and sponsored by Marshalls, who were Keyline's Supplier of the Year in 2010.
Industry watcher Rob Bates suggests in Jewellers Circular Keyline (JCK) Online, generally considered the voice of the diamond dealer industry, that "perhaps the explanation (for the sell-off) that makes the most sense is the most straightforward: De Beers could use the money.
The conferences were arranged on the Concluding Observations and the experiences with the UN CEDAW Expert Committee in May 2007 and designed sectoral matrix on the concluding comments of the UN CEDAW Committee on the first three reports and circulated amongst the keyline ministries and provincial departments to solicit information and data on the concluding observations and updated information on initiatives for gender equality and womens empowerment.
I used M&J Timber at 32 Union Street, Greenock, telephone 01475 723737, but there are plenty of firms around, such as Keyline, so there is bound to be one near you.
Travis, which has 1,200 branches under brands including Wickes, Tile Giant and Keyline, said its markets had since stabilised but that conditions were still blighted by short-term volatility, intense competition and business failures.
UNITED KINGDOM, Sunny weather in the British Isles has led UK-based Keyline Brands, owned by India's Godrej Group, to grow more than 60% this year.
According to KEYLINE, LineRunner SCADA's modular concept of line interfaces allows different transmission media, enabling the current 15,000km of copper and 6,000km of fibre optic lines and most of the terminal equipment to continue to be used without the need for the customer to exchange hardware and lines.
Odum's work focused on system ecology; Yeoman's observation based approach to land use and keyline design, 1973, Permanent Agriculture of Franklin King, 1937; Pattern language of Christopher Alexander).