Did you mayhaps mean mainline?
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“Four government-backed rail companies – Deutsche Bahn, Renfe, Abellio and Trenitalia – express interest in profitable main-line route currently operated by Virgin Trains”
“By obtaining control of a certain up-country bank, two general stores, and several logging camps, he could come into control of a certain dinky jerkwater line which shall here be nameless, but which, in his hands, would prove the key to a vastly larger situation involving more main-line mileage almost than there were spikes in the aforesaid dinky jerkwater.”
“In fact, for those of us who were spiritually formed in the main-line religious traditions, the only support we could expect was if we had chosen to become conscientious objectors.”
“Then, too, there were the main-line feeders for his ferry system, tapping every portion of Oakland,”
“-- “My brothers and sisters”: remember, the main-line universe which the DC superheroes inhabit is personified by Kismet, a female-appearing figure who first appeared in The Adventures Of Superman #494 (September 1992).”
“As to their main-line projection, interestingly they for the first time compute SS's financial status on an open-ended basis rather than just using the 75-year cut off.”
“I made that comment because the main-line news is spoon-fed to you as propaganda which you lap up thinking that some great American truth is unfolding.”
“Calgary and Portland are the go-to cities in North America for examples of how LRT can provide main-line service.”
“As a main-line service it excels at attracting riders and scales to meet demand without a corresponding increase in operating costs.”
““There's nothing dangerous here in our program and there's nothing offensive to main-line Quebeckers,” said Mr. Nutik, a resident of Montreal's upper-class suburb of Westmount.”
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