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string line

n.
The balk line in billiards.

string line

n
(Billiards & Snooker) billiards another name for baulkline1
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Noun1.string line - line across a billiard table behind which the cue balls are placed at the start of a gamestring line - line across a billiard table behind which the cue balls are placed at the start of a game
line - in games or sports; a mark indicating positions or bounds of the playing area
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Top Class Ray features a print with sharp string lines on its surface.
Payne worked "on a power gang," using his CCC and Army experience to string lines to new houses in the Cottage Grove area.
Whatever method of cocking is chosen, it is essential that the same spot on the string lines up on the nocking pin with every shot.
Solo string lines recalled the work's version for string sextet, and it is heartening to know the CBSO has both variants under its belt.
Mark the alignment and finished height of the slabs with string lines, making sure you allow for the fall across their surface.
With the base in place, set up string lines again as a guide for laying the edging slabs on the sand.
Together, the LM80 Layout Manager and a servo or robotic total station replace string lines, transits and theodolites to provide layout from one point on the site, requiring no need to re-setup the instrument.
WHEN laying a concrete pad for a shed or greenhouse, mark out the area with pegs and string lines.
Tie a string line round the pegs to form a square, mark the hexagon shape at the front of the conservatory, then spray a line of paint round your string lines.
You see, when you're covering great songs, you can analyze and dissect the arrangements to see how a bass line works against a chord progression or how string lines are written,'' she said.