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keyline

(ˈkiːˌlaɪn)
n
(Art Terms) an outline image of something on artwork or plans to show where it is to be placed
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A TEAM of senior staff from Polypipe's Loughborough office will hit the road on June 27, as part of the ninth annual Keyline Rally, aiming to raise PS1,000,000 for Prostate Cancer UK.
'A huge number of different IML looks can be created with the same keyline and there is possibility of creating a "floating label" look, with the label being printed only on the upper part of the packaging.'
They are the Malcolm Group; Keyline; Faxco Ltd; JG Martin Plant Hire Ltd; Fraser Tool Hire Ltd; Bunzl Greenham; Frazer; GAP Group Ltd; Fraser Bruce; Vital Energi; Marshalls Group Ltd; SDS Limited; Halliday Electrical; PDM; &M Murdoch & Sons; Thomas Tunnock Ltd; Aggregate Industries UK Ltd and Doreen and David Adams.
Walker, 29, was chased by officers from South Wales Police after reports of a theft from Keyline Civils and Drainage in Treforest Industrial Estate on September 21.
Craig Walker, 29, was chased by officers from South Wales Police after reports of a theft from Keyline Civils and Drainage on Treforest Industrial Estate on September 21.
The front fascia and door casings feature a Grand Black veneer, with an additional Red keyline finish on the door casings.
Jane, who is originally from East Kilbride, was an account manager for Keyline Civils & Drainage in Dundee.
Ek (Department of Forest Resources, University of Minnesota), Don Dickmann (Department of Forestry, Michigan State University), Alan Taylor (Department of History, University of California Davis), Mark Krawczyk (Keyline, Vermont), and Charles Mann (Amherst, Massachusetts) for their comments on coppicing and forest management.
"key" with other words, such as BANKEY, BLUE KEY, KEYLINE,