Set line

a line to which a number of baited hooks are attached, and which, supported by floats and properly secured, may be left unguarded during the absence of the fisherman.

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I absolutely had to see you," she said; and the serious and set line of her lips, which he saw under the veil, transformed his mood at once.
His face was back in its old set lines. He was once more at war with the world.
Considerable quantities occur throughout the lake [Erie], except in Chautauqua County, New York, west of Irving, and in Maumee Bay and River, where the catch is small." Sturgeon were taken primarily by gill net and set line, with a staggering 3.66 million pounds taken in Buffalo and Erie County that year.
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If his manager or closest advisers are helpless to bring him to toe a set line, which he should not step out, I believe, at least other recognized artists in business now should tell him in strong language to 'Behave or get out of entertainment business'.
The Fiat 500L sits high on the road and it does roll around corners, which is not ideal in a family car, while the suspension is biased towards firmness on the 17-inch wheels and tyres fitted, but it does not exhibit the agility of the smaller stablemate and it wanted to run wide on curves rather than follow a set line through a corner.
"Black Radiance continues to occupy a leading spot in the ethnic cosmetics segment, while The Color Institute and gift set line, and The Color Workshop have continued to lead sales during the holiday season," George adds.
Most sheets from the Hotel Collection cotton sheet set line are available in five different colors: vanilla creme, slate green, medium blue, blush pink, and pale purple.
* Select Home-Paragraph-Spacing--set both "Before" and "After" to 0 pt (Office 2010 defaults to 12)--also set Line Spacing to 'Single'.
Other experiments found that walking freely generated more original ideas than walking in a set line; another found truth in "on the hand; on the other hand."