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  • adj. Alternative spelling of in-line.
  • v. (computing) To optimize using in-line expansion.


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  • Too bad for the workers and their families, but a inline is not a primitive firearm and shouldn't be allowed for use in primitive seasons.

    Knight Rifles Goes Under

  • BTW If memory serves that Savage inline is the only ML rated to use smokeless powder.

    Amateur Hour

  • Unless you are first inline from the source, the water will have to go through other pieces of property before yours, and that's when those people will see the ditch flow and wonder what's happening.

    active/passive solar

  • If everyone starts calling inline skates rollerblades, for example an example I use in my class, then someday Rollerblade will no longer have any trademark protection.

    genericized brand names: use a tissue, not a kleenex

  • I do not agree with your observation about Rollerblades - better called inline skates.

    Power Struggle: Sucking, and Sucking it Up

  • Facebook users will soon be able to choose specific audiences for every photo, text post, tag and video using something the social network calls an "inline." News

  • There's something in Axure called inline‑frame [?].

    Comments at Boxes and Arrows

  • Before pokies were legally available in Queensland, Australia (1992 was when they were legalised) my father used to go to the local football club and the RSL club to play on these things known as inline gaming machines.

    Ask MetaFilter

  • Most often they provide a very rich WYSIWYG editor together with the option of so-called inline editing allowing changing the content elements directly on the web page.

    Recently Uploaded Slideshows

  • It allows you to view pages inline, which isn't practical for netbooks but looks great on bigger monitors.

    GigaOM Network


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