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  • n. an audio jack that produces an unamplified signal
  • n. Alternative form of lineout.
  • n. Alternative form of line-out.


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  • "Big Alec has a Chinese line out in the bight off Turner's Shipyard," Charley Le Grant said that afternoon to Carmintel.

    The King of the Greeks

  • After getting Delmon Young to line to Teixeira to line out to first, he induced a grounder to the first baseman, who quickly fired home for a force play on Mauer.

    One Season

  • John and I, in our walk, stood a moment by the low church-yard wall, and looked over at that plain white stone, where was inscribed her name, "Muriel Joy Halifax," – a line out of that New Testament miracle-story she delighted in, "Whereas I was blind, now I see," – and the date when she saw.

    John Halifax, Gentleman

  • “So there was a line out front of the window, where you get the cheesesteaks, is that right?”



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