Phrases with «line»

The Lines was a small four-piece indie rock band from Wolverhampton, West Midlands, England who were signed to Amboy Road Records, although previously had released their debut single on Weekender Records in February 2008. (Wikipedia) (See all definitions)

Sentences with «line» (usage examples):

  • Seybold takes the currently trendy line that the idea of the immortality of the soul is extrinsic to Christianity, a Platonic addition that obscures the eschatological essential of the Judaeo-Christian tradition, the resurrection of the body (p. 51). (faith.org.uk)
  • All of these bubbles and crashes have one thing in common: If you tracked them on a line graph, the sharp price gains people made day after day on the investment would form what's called a «parabolic curve» — one of the most reliable warning signs that an investment may be overheating amid hype and euphoria. (chicagotribune.com)
  • Because, well, is selective discernment in line with historical evangelical theology? (relevantmagazine.com)
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