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  • n. A line of a document where a signature is put.

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  • n. a line made up of dots or dashes; often used to indicate where you are supposed to sign a contract


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  • A dotted line ran from the main house of Belle Chere, past the slave quarters, past the stables, followed the river, then ran into the swampland.


  • Word is all over GRH that they all but signed on the dotted line to have their sales meeting in San Juan.

    Hit Reply

  • "If you follow this route -" The dotted line progressed to intersect the glow. "- you can rejoin us farther up the mountain-here."

    Dragon on a Pedestal


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