county line


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Noun1.county line - the boundary between two countiescounty line - the boundary between two counties  
boundary, bounds, bound - the line or plane indicating the limit or extent of something
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"It is suggested that the greater the profit a county line generates, the greater the likelihood of significant harm occur-ring to local communities and economies."
"It is suggested that the greater the profit a county line generates the greater the likelihood of significant harm occurring to local communities and economies."
The deal, that took place in Tuckers Road, Loughborough, was organised through another county line operating in the area.
County Line Road and Stonegate Road were closed for several hours on Friday night for the investigation to take place.
"It might not be a county line, but it can be an area drug gangs can exploit."
The term County Lines refers to the use of a single telephone number to order drugs, operated from outside the local area.
The eastern terminus of County Line Road likewise has been rejuvenated in the past year.
County Line Energy has also agreed to finance the newly formed Grow Box subsidiary with debt financing of up to USD 1m within one year of the execution of the definitive agreements.
Nora's 40-acre tract was part of the Nathaniel Greene LeMaster estate (located on County Line Road and Carnation Road in Lawrence County, Mo.), which was purchased from the railroad in 1872.
The west and south boundaries are at the Saline County line. It includes the Otter Creek area.
New Britain Corporate Center is a 62-acre corporate campus situated at the intersection of Route 202 and County Line Road in Chalfont, Pennsylvania.