Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In printing, having a depth of body equal to two lines of the type mentioned or used: as, two-line brevier or pica.
“And yes - we leave little two-line paper slips around in both places with the blog address, and it gets onto some flyers and into a newsletter at one place, and gets good click-through from the main website at the other organisation.”
“Instead of freeing defensemen to expand their roles on offense, the elimination of obstruction and the two-line pass gave them a higher priority: Chase down the puck in the defensive zone and move it out of harm's way.”
“The Canucks are a two-line team and they aren't strong enough defensively to last several playoff rounds.”
“Because the announcement goes out on President's day, and because it's Microsoft, nobody really notices except for a two-line mention on Mashable, half of which is a joke about Bing.”
“After average per-game scoring fell to 5.14 goals in 2003-04, and after a lockout wiped out the following season, the league added the shootout as an option to decide regular-season games, placed restrictions on goaltenders' movements outside the crease and legalized the two-line pass to encourage breakaways and odd-man rushes.”
“Little mention was given of his passing beyond a curt, two-line obituary in the Tribune, that paper which once hired Mayo to run its newspaper subscription promotion that gave start to what would become our borough.”
“The structure is as tight as a sonnet: three quatrains and a two-line payoff.”
“Characters and their relationships are truncated from dozens of pages in the book to a furtive glance or two-line exchange on the screen.”
“He was more of a two-line threadshitter then though instead of the kind that pastes 30-minute Ron Paul speeches.”
“All that needs to be said about being the writer-child of writer-parents is encapsulated in the two-line story "Nietszche":”
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