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  • CNN is famous for its LIne: "Your comments are awaiting moderation".

    Begala calls Palin 'about half a whack job'

  • It seems the more a person touts the Christian Party LIne of morality, family values, etc., the deeper they fall.

    Jenny Sanford on her husband: 'The ball is in his court'

  • The Slick -- or SLIC, which stands for Subscriber LIne Charge -- and the Pixie -- or PICC, for Presubscribed Interexchange Carrier Charge -- total $4.54 a month in a one-line household, and more than $13 for two lines.

    Behind The Phone Frenzy

  • Barrie's US Infantry. 2000 pts Hold the LIne, Italians attacking on Tunisian terrain.

    Acton Armoury 09/04/06

  • Barrie's US Infantry. 2000 pts Hold the LIne, Italians attacking on Tunisian terrain.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • The survey is part of MTV's "A Thin LIne," campaign, a multiyear effort to stamp out digital abuse.

    CNN.com

  • The survey is part of MTV's "A Thin LIne," campaign, a multiyear effort to stamp out digital abuse.

    CNN.com

  • A developer in Arcadia is on day six of a hunger strike, bringing attention to the city's planning codes that won't allow him to build a dense mixed-use development near a future Gold LIne Foothill station.

    LAist

  • A developer in Arcadia is on day six of a hunger strike, bringing attention to the city's planning codes that won't allow him to build a dense mixed-use development near a future Gold LIne Foothill station.

    LAist

  • (I hear Mitsubishi's bluefin stockpile is also mentioned int the documentary End of the LIne.)

    TreeHugger

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