from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In ship-building, the line formed by the intersection of the surface of the deck at the top of the beams with the central longitudinal plane; also, the intersection of the surface with the molded surface of the side of the vessel: called deck-line at center and at side, respectively.
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