Did you possibly mean online?
“The phrase on-line service provider (OSP)—used to describe such firms as America Online, Fujitsu Niftyserve or CompuServe—led to the term content provider (which is not shorthanded as CP, because some of us remember the Communist Party).”
“They've sort of taken the conflict on-line, which is a bit bizarre to me because in real life, land is limited.”
“The charges included repairs to the family minivan, grocery bills, plane tickets for his wife, and purchases from retailers ranging from a wine store near his home to Apple's on-line store.”
“To my fans, because sharing your stories with me in person, in letters, and on-line gave me the courage to tell my own.”
“How often do you try to cut down the amount of time you spend on-line and fail?", for example.”
“How often do you try to hide how long you've been on-line?”
“Find specific tour groups on-line offered by alumni groups to Laos, study groups in Jerusalem, adventure groups focused on topics you want to learn about -- architecture, history, arts and crafts, technology.”
“The project was launched last fall with an on-line discussion that led to the report that targeted these five issues: clinical training for teachers, performance-based compensation systems, effective teacher and administrator evaluations, appropriate support for teachers, and parent and community partnerships.”
“The mail-in and on-line nomination forms are here.”
“Earlier this year, we brought you news about the on-line project to recreate "Star Wars" in fifteen second clips.”
Looking for tweets for on-line.