right line


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right line

A straight line between two points.
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The Virgin service was eventually sent back to Rugby and put on the right line, and arrived in Manchester 35 minutes late.
Heinze, who has bounced all over the Kings' depth chart in search of the right line combination, had been playing with center Bryan Smolinski, who also does not have a goal in 15 games.
They might have strayed off a right line at times when they were kids but have matured now and learned from their mistakes.
Another spin brought Stewart right behind Kahne and, when he found the right line on the restart, he got by with 27 laps to go.
Come chat with Roger, editor of The Right Line Report, in an informal and open forum tonight Feb.
It's not easy to find the right line through there and I think it is costing me time against the others, so I will have to improve.
Roger Perry, highly interviewed Right Line Founder, says, "Traders who stop to ask why the split phenomenon works have been rewarded with a wealth of knowledge.
Nasdaq:SDLI), DoubleClick (Nasdaq:DCLK) and Check Point Sftwre (Nasdaq:CHKP) The Right Line Report now lays claim to having forecast 68 splits during 1999.
You need to get the right line or you'll be on the wrong set of bumps and you won't be able to turn in.
I love the idea of coming up with exactly the right line.
Those that have been trading for the last two years know that Right Line brought the focus on trading splitters to the on-line community and that we have an unsurpassed record of forecasting splitters.
They want to give the right line to the media,'' groused Bob Grate of rural Chester, a 25-year-Forest Service firefighter who retired last May.