one-line

one-line

adj
consisting of one line
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ANAHEIM - For the past seven weeks, since the opening of training camp, the Mighty Ducks have preached their version of the gospel: ``We are not - and cannot - be a one-line team.
If your one-line diagrams do not accurately reflect the present configuration of your system, then step number one of your plan is to get them updated.
An effective one-line diagram will clearly show how the main components of the electrical system are connected together, including redundant equipment and available spares.
Once identified, these loads should be clearly marked on the one-line diagrams as being "emergency loads.
We already mentioned the need for updated one-line diagrams, but make sure these are kept in a central location with all of the other necessary documentation.
CDR Roundup--One consequence of the current generic drug controversy may be a slowdown of states' approvals of the one-line prescription form, a process that fosters a sizable increase in generic dispensing.
Similarly, Pennsylvania expects to see savings of $100 million a year after having signed the one-line form into law last December.
By switching to the one-line form, states guarantee that a generic is automatically dispensed unless a doctor writes out some variation of "brand medically necessary" or the initials of that phrase.
The National Association of Chain Drug Stores reported modest success in 1989 in its continuing efforts to lobby states to move to the one-line prescription blank.
One state that may now see a delay in legislation is New Jersey, which last spring saw a state senate health committee pass a one-line prescription blank bill.