right line


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right line

A straight line between two points.
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PTI government is heading in right line of direction and will successfully complete the constitutional term, he said adding, the journey of Naya Pakistan has begun in the country as looters are being held accountable.
Farrukh Rasheed said that especially public transport vehicles and Motor-cyclist running in most extreme right line violating the lane discipline.
I underhanded the ball, but it struck the lower part of my thumb, and I was sure it was going outside of the right line. I angrily shrieked an expletive, realizing that the game was lost.
McIlroy said the hard thing is going to be getting the right line, as it's a blind shot, and added that his caddie is already getting the line worked out for him.
The retailer introduced the Eating Right line of low-price, better-for-you food in 2007, and in 2011 it added Open Nature, a private label line of 100% natural food products, including baked goods, dairy, deli, meat, frozen and pantry items.
"I've noticed that tackles are flying in and it's all down to referees to find the right line between being fair and direct and hard and then being nasty and a little bit ugly,' he said.
In the study of the generation mode of the curve C it is considered a generating right line d, tangent at a circle (cylinder) named base cylinder with the radius [R.sub.b] from that is unitive connected the generating element M of the generation tool.
It is so small that you need a really steady hand to click on the right line, say 'the Macsween house'.
Adventists have historically supported church-state separation, but Staver toes the common Religious Right line on religion and government.
The Breathe Right line is now being extended with four new SKUs.
Macy's gets high style, prestige merchandise in its store without having to worry about choosing the right line or maintaining inventory.