Choisissez la langue
    Synonymes et Définitions Aller aux synonymes

    Utiliser "line" dans une phrase

    line exemples de phrases





    1. Those guys are putting their lives on the line

    2. that new story line on offer - Il ness is invariably and very quickly fatal!

    3. Experience has taught me that there is a thin line

    4. That was a standard line, she wouldn't have had to practice it much

    5. " Another standard line that should be easy to remember

    6. consistent choices that are in line with what you want

    7. Take consistent actions that are in line with what you want

    8. He saw that there wasn’t a line yet, so he jogged over there

    9. He started taking his breaks earlier in the day before he even got hungry so he could go and talk to her without a big line

    10. Blugar's Balloon was one of the newest lakerunners in service, one of the new semi-torpedo active-ballast twin hulls perfected by the Skater line that were setting rough-weather records on all the lakes

    11. The Fertrell Company has developed and refined a line of products that addresses the demineralization problem

    12. "Yeah, some redhead we met on the way down here with a sexual appetite much more in line with Jorma's

    13. It was also clear that there was probably no one alive who could follow his line of thought, at least not very well

    14. Nichols has filed a patent application for a line of equipment that uses a brief exposure to extreme heat and hot water for the control of whitefly, aphids, mealybug, scale and mite infestations

    15. It is a fine line we walk as grandparents, to love our grandchildren without interfering with their relationship with their own parents

    16. The goods that cost you Rs 5,000 today would cost you over Rs 16,000, 20 years down the line if an average inflation rate of 6% is considered

    17. It had a line of blue, instead of red, liquid trapped inside a see-through tube

    18. Stephen’s comment in the car about my job being on the line is coming back to me now … on the floor I can see a letter with the school crest on it lying where I dropped the post

    19. A voice spoke to her from the other end of the line, it said only one word, “Yes?”

    20. The voice was modulated and scrambled, making it pointless to try and figure out who the person on the other end of the line was

    21. On the other end of the line, her handler stayed silent

    22. This is developing a line of communication between the ants and yourself

    23. There are several of the Brother's line on the Gengee arm I see

    24. Use Tangelfoot (available from most garden centers) and place a line around the base of the plants

    25. He stops by the pond, casts his line, begins to fish again, pays no more attention to John

    26. The main requirements are that we should sit erect, with the spine in a straight line; that we should sit relaxed (without slumping) so that there is no tenseness anywhere in the body, and that we should drop the chin somewhat, so as to release any tension in the back of the neck

    27. " He pointed to that line on the ticket

    28. I had to cut it back just after I moved in so that I could get to the washing line and ended up with several lacerations as a result

    29. This site enables on line puja in many temples and provides information about the type of pujas that can be performed

    30. The voice at the other end of the line was loud, deep, masculine, and very timorous

    31. Dave baits a line, drops it over the side

    32. He secures the line to an old rusty nail on the boat

    33. "So, you have plans for the evening?" Tahlmute asked as they hiked toward the main avenue and the streetcar line

    34. ‘Oh … you’re Stephen’s mother?’ she said, her obvious smile coming clearly down the telephone line

    35. "I don't like the punch line of that joke," doostEr said

    36. Neat, clean tatami mats line the floors

    37. had been taken and Cat knew instinctively that he was about to play the line

    38. Bolt stands at the front of a line of customers, sifting through some photos

    39. across the drive, acting as a second line of defence, a reserve trench, behind which he

    40. and engaging Billie Tuke-Hastings, but the direct line of this once numerous family of

    41. There was silence on the other end of the line

    42. had dipped below the tree line and then bathed the sky in reflected golds and pinks

    43. Gaudy green armchairs with gilded wooden armrests shaped into lions’ paws line the walls

    44. Boxes upon boxes of moonshine line the aisle behind them and the hooch is also stacked in the seats

    45. There might be something in the amorous line to be gained after all

    46. eat anything, but only prayed all the time, the line between this world and

    47. Again, a small line of customers has formed behind him

    48. line, stirred on her bed, uncrossing her arms, breathing in deeply the scent of basil and

    49. breaking of the taboos that had dogged her line down the centuries gave her a strength

    50. She was of his line

    1. The other things were these gray plastic storage bins that lined up the floor

    2. One of the agencies I have registered my availability with rings just after eleven to say that they have lined up an interview for me

    3. baleful yellow eyes of a thousand feline predators all lined up just beyond the bars,

    4. solid wooden stock fence, and a straight run up to the house lined on the right with

    5. Craggy, rugged, once handsome but now lined by late nights of concern for his community, his country and for the world

    6. Lined up in the cabin are stacks of boxes of commercial booze

    7. Nine neatly rolled joints lined the container

    8. It was now so close that a herd of thongas resting in the trees that lined the shore were getting restless, especially with two more humans wading ashore in the dark

    9. written in his lined face and the painful gait of angered joints,

    10. He circled around and then lined up on the trailer

    11. ears sticking through the slots, and this lined up the eyeholes

    12. What did this have to do with how the world turned? Why did it matter? Is that what yaag gave her, the ability to not have every imperfection in the world her personal problem with the whole population lined up wanting to know why this imperfection still existed? Why is it her problem? Because she was the daughter of the wizard?

    13. They hardly had to move to keep it lined up with the leese, but they rapidly backed away from the wallow as it approached

    14. They are lined on each side by ships pulled up stern-to and most of them busy with cargo

    15. lined and thick, spill hems

    16. All of their things were brought to the auditorium and lined up

    17. Their bags and possessions were lined up against the wall, and they were all beckoned to the center

    18. They entered the chamber and lined up around the wall

    19. They played across the intricate cast marble that beamed the walls and ceilings and glinted on the frames of the treasured artworks that lined the forty-foot long side wall of this study

    20. The wild dragons came over the ridge, lined up and descended for their final run

    21. A dozen of Tarak’s men lined both sides of the walkway and Duncan noted the variety in their appearances

    22. 'What is this, Omi? Wearing shoes?' Bittoo Mama's eyes were lined with kohl

    23. The archery range, with bows as large as her; swords lined up on a stand with shields that she doubted she could even lift

    24. Strange-looking spears were lined up on the other end of the arena; spears that reminded her of the Assegai welded by the Zulu warriors of old Earth; only these were twice their size

    25. A commotion near the entrance to the Hold drew her attention; she could see two rows of warriors lined up facing fifteen to twenty Scathers

    26. are lined with shelf upon shelf filled to the gunwales with

    27. The shore was lined with villas along every beach, as they got closer Ava could see that they were even finer than those she had seen before

    28. The shores were all lined with bright and colorful buildings, often with six or eight floors

    29. A bundle of folded sheets of A4 lined paper turns up in the file for 1994 … I open them out and flatten them

    30. A series of immense concrete blocks lined the high-water

    31. He wound up just watching the noontime wee-flutters and listening to the charraspas on the hedges that lined the canal for quite a few hours

    32. The hallway was four floors in height, lit by gaslight chandeliers or skylights instead of glow-panels, lined by finely-carved marble railings on the upper floors

    33. The room was high and lined with racks of paper that reached too far up into the darkness for Jorma to see

    34. Six bookcases lined the room, from wall to wall,

    35. I got in and noticed all the fast food wrappers that usually lined the

    36. “Yes, thank you,” answered Olivia for the group and they were led into a brighter room lined with windows onto the street, and each with a flower box at the open sill

    37. She couldn't believe the size of the four trucks when they lined up out front of the big house

    38. In the cafeteria, the guards lined the usual walls, but even their eyes seemed

    39. Forty kennels lined the

    40. Guild shields lined

    41. There was an area where houses lined only one side of the street, the other side was steep and rocky with the small stream at the base of it

    42. It was not lined up with the circle, it was older than that, back to the late troubled times, the time of Oliar

    43. printed furniture lined the outlying walls, and on those furnishings sat different

    44. And like I said in the tape, I've got at least one job lined up that you should like, working with children at a daycare center

    45. Demera tried to hit and run with Scotty Jakowski, but he lined out deep to

    46. The passengers were lined halfway up the walkway waiting for those with disabilities and young children to board

    47. bottles of wine lined up on the table when we arrived (not

    48. Both teams lined up down the baselines and faced the flag in center field

    49. The hallway leading into Rafe’s chamber was lined with empty shelves, and shattered display cases

    50. Venders yet lined the streets hoping to snare passersby with the promise of a cheap cup of mead or wine, though all it took was a quick whiff of their product to realize there was no deal to be had

    1. can see how the sales and the production lines work and I know everything there is to know about your business

    2. ” Sam handed the phial of one of his more expensive product lines over to Harriet

    3. He zoomed in and out, cycled through the floors of the building and drew X’s and lines through different rooms

    4. Not all the lines have to make sense

    5. I hold my stomach, ready to repeat my rehearsed lines

    6. I can’t hear what she is saying at the other end, but I would be willing to bet it is something along the lines of not wanting to disturb him

    7. He walks over, lines up his stick on the cue ball, expertly sinks a shot

    8. A buffet with workers doling out steaming hospital slop lines one wall of the room as residents queue up

    9. The ethnic groups in the Gengee were always Elf and Troll, and doostEr was familiar with the legends from the times when the lines between them were drawn in blood and blade

    10. …When i said the last lines of verses, suddenly the Spirit of God

    11. Theo's heart began to race as he watched the lines fill out into a definite location

    12. to the bass lines underpinning the twinkling of the stars

    13. His skin looked like tree bark it was so covered in lines, webs and spirals

    14. Despite this, he’s been helping me by going through my lines with me when he calls round – it would have been a lot harder without his assistance and encouragement – he says it’s helping him keep track of what the play is about

    15. She sets the scene and we all walk through the lines, then we have to do it properly … which, in this case, means Andy and I being in a clinch as the curtain goes up so that we can be surprised by other characters walking in on us

    16. ‘You had a lot to do in that play, must have been hard learning all the lines

    17. Betty’s memories are of her older sister getting dressed up to go out with some of the Poles who were stationed in Bristol and how Betty had to draw dark lines up the back of her sister’s legs as they didn’t have any stockings

    18. Nobody can argue with her battle record, but the officers and crew of Hardway and the Lancers of the 133rd Fighter Test Squadron may be all that can keep her pilots alive in a knife-fight deep behind enemy lines

    19. Reading between the lines he was saying that Beniamin was probably in a much worse state than I was

    20. There were lines of ships and rafts anchored off every lock entry, ropes being paddled in and out, barges being drawn both ways in a complex ballet who's rhythm wasn't obvious at first

    21. But the sentinels were golden hillsides of herds and grains not fuzzy lines of vine-covered towers over dock and beach, almost invisible in the distance

    22. In the fullest and most satisfied of baritones he let rip the lines:

    23. Streetcar lines converge here from all over the northwest corner of the city and others converge from all over the central area

    24. Karalintze, Reading between the lines of your message, I gather that your little task has proved to be more challenging than anticipated

    25. Volcanoes added deep resonance to the bass lines underpinning the twinkling of the stars

    26. Kara picked up the paper and quickly scanned it – there were only a few lines

    27. worry lines which were there on her face seemed to have

    28. in wave furrow wake lines across the harbour

    29. Not a lot of bric-a-brac around; just strong clear lines, minimal and yet warm

    30. stand in irregular lines around the edge of a table,

    31. Along the same lines, we read from Isaiah 11:11, “And it shall come to pass in that day, that the Lord shall set His hand again the second time to recover the remnant of His people; who shall be left, fro Assyria, and from Egypt, and from Pathros, and from Cush, and from Elam, and from Shinar (which is Babylon), and from Hamath, and from the coastlands of the sea

    32. Your face no longer has those lines on it; and your body has regained the vitality of youth

    33. ‘I heard him say something along those lines, Lintze – it will take a while to muster some support for you for the next one anyway

    34. and melt into the lines of long sky horizons

    35. The paper on which the words are printed lines the gutter,

    36. Scintillating white lines spray across the eye,

    37. folded neatly, catching lines of dust in creases,

    38. All that was left were two lines in the ribbonleaves

    39. the lines of the dance in the air of this soot smoked evening,

    40. hills roll away in manoeuvres, lines that merge

    41. by sweat stained men in lines of khaki and grey

    42. and shuttling his lines, to scrimp

    43. Beamers tut and fuss behind lines of over-coated

    44. Uses l-ascorbic acid as its primary ingredient, combined with zinc sulphate and L-tyrosine, making the skin firmer, and reduces deep lines, which gives the skin a more youthful

    45. Decreases the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines

    46. and have wavy lines of thread

    47. Among the things to look out for are: the possibility of demarcation lineslines that show which part of the face received treatment and which did not, redness, irritation, and other side effects

    48. still eye lines, heading out and away,

    49. and into the sleek, tanned lines of long distance attraction,

    50. to show in the laughter lines

    1. They have a tough plastic or hide side to expose to the ground, or sand in this case, with a nylon lining and dacron batting

    2. For the first time, researchers have found that laughter causes the endothelium, the inner lining of blood vessels, to dilate

    3. There were millions of tiny hisses as laleets called for mates from the reeds lining the tiny creek that meandered around this clump of trees

    4. lining of her panties, and looks the boys straight in the eye

    5. about one thing, and that is lining THEIR pockets with YOUR money

    6. “The drawers are for whatever you need to pack away that may be fragile,” said Titania, pulling one open to reveal a padded lining

    7. Billy has to jink right as he approaches a hard right hand bend, narrowly avoiding the chevron signage in the hedgerow, and, oblivious to the state of the road behind him, he slams on the brakes, white lining, and slides to a halt

    8. indicated the shelves of books lining the walls – “and I found an

    9. It was an hour and a half til be got there, delighted to do the last twenty minutes under motor on a less built-up side canal, one with actual crop land along the shore here and there, a thin line of well-kept town homes lining the remaining bank

    10. Before Roman could ask what the handles lining the interior were for, he

    11. the end of the hall, and the braziers lining the walls

    12. This dark cloud of anguish and misery was itself to have a silver lining

    13. It was always suspected that some of the local young hooligans had set off some fireworks, no doubt pilfered from the recent Independence Day celebrations, behind one of the village shops lining the Lakeside Road, and of course without any forethought to the consequences of their actions

    14. leafing through one of the old journals lining the shelves

    15. Of course now he knew that the row of trees along the brook are houses lining the street, facts that were invisible in the view the last time he’d seen it

    16. has a silver lining, and this error did provide us with

    17. Beams of sunlight filtered through the stained glass windows lining the chamber's walls

    18. glazed windows lining the western wall of the infirmary

    19. As he had expected, once within, Brice saw that the interior of the curtain wall not only had a walkway lining its top, but a stone stairway leading to a midlevel causeway which was likewise lined with crossbowmen and arrow slits

    20. It towered above them majestically as they got closer; a two story building with high, evenly-spaced pillars lining the façade

    21. Golden Arrows and Lead Arrows alike were lining the hallways, talking animatedly in corners

    22. Fixed on top of it was a Kahle 4X81 telescopic sight I looked through it seeing the recticle and lining it up further down the trench

    23. “I thought I was helping you and the other lads but all we are doing is lining the pockets of the bosses who cut corners and use condemned machines to make even more profit at the expense of our lives

    24. She could also feel the tears and the temper lining up like a band of desperadoes in the background

    25. The desperadoes were lining up for the attack again

    26. The feel of the lining did not tally with the design and cut of the velvet

    27. I want you to, as I said before, create a diversion at the Bat Mitzvah, then I want you to rip open the lining of the scroll covers and take out the papers that have been secreted in them

    28. quilted lining, which had always been there, and upon this the fittings

    29. and her sharp young eyes noticed a little dust on the silk lining

    30. have put it there himself, for I never took that lining out--I thought

    31. The insanity of advocating baled hay to shield an unarmoured transport from modern projectiles that had ignited the wood lining of Cervera's ironclads, is obvious

    32. The cat's large ears were erect, long tufts of hair lining the insides

    33. Brock glanced away into the tall trees, uncertainty lining his snout, considering Soffen's statement

    34. The Preceptor stood before him, concern lining his snout

    35. " With heavy creases lining his snout Grindel slowly nodded his head

    36. Men scurried around the area, dragging supplies, lining up weapons

    37. "Where's Brock?" she asked at once, concern lining her snout

    38. Poking the stone with an extended claw, the bewildered badger slowly shook his head, concern lining his snout

    39. Quickly turning away, I studied the cards lining the mantle, not wanting anyone to spot the tears in my eyes

    40. The couple continued following the package, not breaking stride when he turned into a small garden fronting one of the houses lining the street

    41. Her bag was upended on the floor and everything examined, then the lining was torn from it and thrown on top of the pile of her things

    42. “Tee! Hee! Hee!” I giggled, lining up the sights on the mime’s buttocks as he ran

    43. Sometimes I find an unexpected silver lining to being sick

    44. Along the Caribbean coast, south of Chauita, a tiny village lies hidden among the unbroken belt of coconut palms lining the coast: Puerto Viejo is in many ways the twin of Chauita

    45. I put my left eye up to the cold gun-sight, and gently used the elevators and ailerons, lining him up in the cross hairs

    46. He was just lining up an easy kill for his winger

    47. They estimated that there were 100 tents lining the steps of Scottish Office and it was growing by the hour

    48. Barely discernable in the immense mirror they stood upon, was the dark silhouette of palms lining the beach and opposite, the churning foam gave off an electric-green glow, generated by hundreds of thousands of luminous micro-organisms alive in the breaking waves

    49. Ruby peered into the dark emptiness between the trees lining the path

    50. She deftly opened it and pulled away the inner lining, which appeared to Colling to have been glued to a cardboard or thin wooden panel

    Afficher plus d'exemples

    Synonymes pour "line"

    business job line line of work occupation cable transmission line rail line railway line business line line of business line of merchandise line of products product line pipeline assembly line production line phone line subscriber line telephone circuit telephone line contrast demarcation dividing line argument argumentation line of reasoning logical argument channel communication channel billet note short letter air melodic line melodic phrase melody strain tune ancestry blood blood line bloodline descent line of descent lineage origin parentage pedigree stemma stock course bank line credit line line of credit personal credit line personal line of credit agate line crease crinkle furrow seam wrinkle delineate describe draw trace run along family relative row rank file string tier echelon queue path route road procedure program vocation pursuit calling stripe streak band align order line up range pad quilt embroider face