brewing, one of the handful of old-line
regional breweries that survive to the present day.
* Now that Carol Shea-Porter has joined fellow Congressman Paul Hodes in endorsing Barack Obama, there's a line of demarcation between the old-line
and new-line Democrats, and it's Hillary Clinton.
Data such as Internet, voice calls and television signals are converging into one pipe, something the telecom industry is marketing as "triple play" service, and the changes are deeply affecting both old-line
fixed telephone providers and cable-television companies.
Chapter titles include "Abraham Lincoln: The Myth and the Man," "'All-Conquering Mind': The Education of Abraham Lincoln," "An Old-Line
Henry Clay Whig," "The Slave Power," "Lincoln and the Union," "Race and Restoration," "Lincoln's America: The Rise and Fall of the Second Republic," and "The Great Democrat: Abraham Lincoln and the Meaning of the Civil War."
In part, it is because many Koreans are still mired in the culture of the old-line
"chaebols." These are conglomerates of often radically dissimilar enterprises in which a single family can dominate the holding company, and secretly infuse cash from strong companies (often bolstered by foreign investors) to float weak ones (usually run by a hapless relative).
The world's eighth largest telecommunications service provider is no old-line
In Cleveland, land values are at a premium and old-line
outdoor ranges are becoming an endangered species.
"These markets are seeing growth from old-line
industries such as investment banking and leftover dot-coms recently expanding in San Francisco," said Ms.
"This radical shift in industrial production is more robust, adaptable and inherently cleaner than old-line
manufacturing methods," he continued.
, family-owned boutique companies are common.
The German churches insisted on retaining a modestly revised old-line
series amplified by a six-year system of "preaching texts." The ILCW insisted on a revised Roman system both because it would keep preaching connected to the liturgical readings and because other Anglophone churches were going that route.
Despite its spectacular role in fueling twentieth century prosperity, consumer credit had an uphill battle in winning approval from many traditionally oriented social workers, economists, clergy, and newspaper editors, as well as old-line
bankers and retailers.