from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In fishing, the lead-line or lower line of a net or seine, to which sinkers are attached opposite the cork-line.
  • n. In printing, the last line of a page of type, usually blank, or containing only the signature of the sheet at regular intervals, but sometimes having in it the folio or number of the page.


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