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the number of printed lines; the amount charged (or paid) per printed line
Not to be confused with:
lineage – ancestry, pedigree, parentage, genealogy
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also line·age  (lī′nĭj)
1. The number of lines of printed or written material.
2. Payment for written work at a specified amount per line.
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(ˈlaɪnɪdʒ) or


1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) the number of lines in a piece of written or printed matter
2. (Journalism & Publishing) payment for written material calculated according to the number of lines
3. a less common word for alignment
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(ˈlaɪ nɪdʒ)

1. the number of printed lines, esp. agate lines, covered by a magazine article, newspaper advertisement, etc.
2. the amount charged, paid, or received per printed line, as of a magazine article or short story.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.linage - the number of lines in a piece of printed material
number - a concept of quantity involving zero and units; "every number has a unique position in the sequence"
2.linage - a rate of payment for written material that is measured according to the number of lines submitted
charge per unit, rate - amount of a charge or payment relative to some basis; "a 10-minute phone call at that rate would cost $5"
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[ˈlaɪnɪdʒ] N (Press) → número m de líneas
advertising linageespacio m destinado a publicidad
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n (Press) → Zeilenzahl f; advertising linageAnzeigenzeilenzahl f; linage advertisementKleinanzeige f
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The benefit you will get is that you will have a linage curse for the next five generations.
LINAGE CONDE, Jose Antonio, Los santos patronos del notariado y de los notarios, Consejo General del Notariado, Madrid 2017, 204 pp.
AaAaAeA AaAaAeAa The surr mentioned on many occasions that he was proud of his Arab linage and that it had a great influence on him "My love for everything that is gilded and excessive, my passion for luxury and my love for oriental clothes," according to the website.
We combined the traditional Indian technique of studded jewellery making with a design linage that is essentially very European.
Mach 1 Couriers is a family run business established in 1984, although the company's linage stretches back to 1865.
Mach 1 Couriers is a family run business established in 1984 although the company's linage stretches back to 1865.
The author provides a review of the banking system of India; examines regional rural banks and local area banks; reviews Pradhan Mantri Dhan Yojana; examines technology and the last mile of delivery architecture, urban cooperative banks, and India Post and the inclusion agenda; reviews the self-help group bank linage program; and looks at many other aspects of contemporary finance in the country.
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We were invited to hold our reunion at Tyndall since it is home to the 325th Fighter Wing, and all the history and linage that started back in 1942.
Four momarsa for the supply of (a) a Xeimer laser instrument, (b) a linage C Arm type portable instrument, (c) a dissection instrument by means of ultrasonic waves, also (d) a stomach endoscope & a colon endoscope.
Falcon Aviation was first appointed as an Embraer Authorised Executive Service Centre in 2009, providing line maintenance support for the Legacy 600 and the first Service Centre in the Middle East to support the Linage 1000 in 2009.
Holding a model of the Linage 1000, the company's newest business jet, Edwards said he was confident the company's market share would jump to 25 percent by 2015.