Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as branch-cut.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The branch-line train had clattered in, and Chan was calling to him from the car steps.

    Dear Carl

  • David stepped onto the platform and walked toward the branch-line track that led to Princeton University.

    Final Theory

  • David stepped onto the platform and walked toward the branch-line track that led to Princeton University.

    Final Theory

  • David stepped onto the platform and walked toward the branch-line track that led to Princeton University.

    Final Theory

  • Lal Masjid was discovered to be the branch-line station of Al Qaeda.

    Is Al-Qaeda Present In Pakistan?

  • Luke refused to spend that Saturday night at the Imperial, for the branch-line train to Goondiwindi left only once a week, on Saturday night, to connect with the Goondiwindi — Brisbane mail train on Sunday.

    The Thorn Birds

  • That afternoon, however, I caught the branch-line train that winds from Germany's greatest seaport into the country beyond.

    England Under Hitler

  • They reached a railroad track, the quadruple track of a branch-line from New York to Philadelphia.

    Morale A Story of the War of 1941-43

  • The C.P.R. construction, including branch-line construction, lasted into the nineties and for a few years afterwards there was little railway construction in Canada.

    Canada's Immigration Problems

  • The Canadian Pacific during this period engaged also in a great deal of branch-line construction.

    Canada's Immigration Problems

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