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  • It would be double-lined to protect groundwater, and have a berm around it - about as high as a two-story building - to keep floodwaters out.

    Coal Ash Plan Raises Fears in Missouri Community

  • Thank you, Donna Karan, for making the garment double-lined.

    Tess Ghilaga: The Lioness and the Mouse

  • Just as 1989's Exxon Valdez spurred the requirement of double-lined hulls on tanker ships so should this incident force changes in container ships as well.

    Espresso for All My Friends!

  • As big as any man could wish to have, and lined inside, and double-lined in the lower parts, and an extra piece of stiffening at the bottom.

    Under the Greenwood Tree

  • The double-lined black velvet curtains would allow the black-clad assistant to manipulate gauzy fabric coated with phosphorescent paint which was obtainable in any magic supply store and create ghosts.

    The Secret Life of Houdini

  • Vans from all the TV networks and the big cable shows have been double-lined outside the courtroom building all day, and everywhere I look a correspondent is summoning the required fake gravitas to describe the ins and outs of such a high-profile death-penalty case.

    Beach Road

  • He spread the sea-power of two nations in a stately crescent, double-lined (as the moon is doubled when beheld through fine plate-glass) — a noble sight, a paramount temptation for the British tow-rope.


  • Denoriel had both hands free; he held his bloody sword in one hand and with the other tore off his heavy double-lined silk cloak and twisted it around his arm.

    This Scepter'd Isle

  • A buckle caught on the heavy double-lined silk cloak Denoriel had wrapped around his arm to protect it from the cold iron.

    This Scepter'd Isle

  • "They carried nerve gas, in double-lined bags, onto subway trains."

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine


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