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- adjective Consisting of parts
arrangedin a single line.
- adjective computing Being of a different
typewritten in the bodyof a program, as assembly languagecode within BBC BASIC.
- adjective writing
Insertedin the flow of a text.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Engine/transmissions: It comes with a standard 2-liter, 16-valve, direct-injection in-line four-cylinder engine 220 horsepower, 258 foot-pounds of torque mated to a six-speed automatic transmission.
The in-line is too much like shooting a single shot centerfire.
"It" being the in-line aftermarket surge adaptor I have plugged into the transformer.
Its turbocharged 2-liter, direct-injection, in-line four-cylinder engine 220 horsepower, 258 foot-pounds of torque was more than enough to handle highway traffic.
Earnings per share were in-line with analyst expectations, although revenue fell short.
So, their ideology is and will never be in-line with what the President want to do.
Even if Prada grew earnings by, say, 50% this year, that would imply a 2011 multiple of 19 times, roughly in-line with rivals such as Burberry or Tod's SpA.
I am not environmentalist, but the plan just voted for our three dead walking council members are not in-line with the wishes of the people of Seattle.
The engine is an eager little pepperbox, a 1.4-liter, 101-horsepower in-line four-cylinder, mated to a five-speed manual transmission a six-speed automatic is coming later this year.
My solution: I used the amplifier from an old pair of computer speakers as an ‘in-line’ amp for the audio signal from the PC to the telly.