two-line

two-line

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) (modifier) (formerly) denoting double the normal size of printer's type: two-line pica (24 point).
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Swansea council's tourism team is asking residents and visitors from across the world who have been to Swansea Bay to put together two-line rhymes about what they feel is the best of the local area.
It was the largest collection of kites ever flown in Northumberland and included displays of single, two-line and four-line kite flying to music, and large displays including parrots, fish, eels, lizards, crabs and more.
The two-line Internet Phone Adapter is configured with the Vonage service and is available from Vonage for new subscribers.
The system has a redesigned transmitter that features a two-line, 16-character LCD display for students to see their answers and receive notification that they were successfully transmitted.
The new MIU-Z allows manual input at the machine with a keyboard and two-line digital display.
About that same time, a two-line classified ad appeared in the Wall Street Journal--something along the lines of "Newsletter company for sale.
The CDP lets you simultaneously access the Internet or email while talking on the phone--all for the same price as a standard two-line phone that doesn't include data access," said Bruce Garfield, chief executive officer, Wave Industries Ltd.
I have a two-line phone, and when one line is busy, the call jumps to the second line.
Recently, however, calculator manufacturers, including Casio (fx-991Wplus, fx-115Wplus, and fx-300Wplus), Sharp (EL-520RB and EL-506RB), and Texas Instruments (TI-30X IIS, TI-34 IIX, and TI-15), have introduced two-line calculators, and more are being developed.