Line в новостях
|line between||Линия между|
|main line||Главная линия|
|poverty line||Черта бедности|
|rail line||Железнодорожная линия|
|railway line||Железнодорожная линия|
Публикации и примеры предложений
· Tianna Bartoletta: The 'big-ass step backwards' that won Olympic gold →
It's a fun line for me to walk - going from meditations, watching flowing water and relaxing to like, screaming in a gym trying to get the snatch off the ground.
· Raymond Goethals: Marseille's messiah who toppled mighty Milan →
One of Goethals’ many nicknames was “Raymond-La-Science” thanks to his ability to devise tactics to thwart the most gifted opponents; usually the plan involved a high defensive line, meticulous use of the offside trap and clever pressing, ploys he repeated throughout his career, including against Milan.
The China Post
· Asian shares up as recovery hopes overshadow virus worries →
He said that was in line with official goals announced Friday by Premier Li Keqiang of helping smaller and private companies survive the coronavirus pandemic.
· Redmi Earbuds S launched in India as more affordable alternative to Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 →
Rather, the design here is on the lines of Samsung Galaxy Buds or Jabra Elite 75t.
· The Market Will Stay Irrational So Don't Miss Out →
First off, the gold market is throwing some pretty strong signals that what was once the final destination for investors and countries looking for safety, the U.S. dollar, has now become just the stop before the end of the line: Gold.
· Solace in the kitchen: why we are vying for sourdough one-upmanship →
Besides, if we follow the formulas right, sifting and solving as per instructions, both bursts of creativity promise a finish line.
The Japan Times
· Apple to start reopening Japan stores this week →
This is in line with requirements among local retailers such as sporting goods chain Montbell, which turns away customers without face masks.
The China Post
· Lebanon’s migrant workers’ plight worsens as crises multiply →
A video she posted showed women with as little as a backpack or a purse, lined up along the walls of the embassy — some sitting on the floor.
· The $60 billion question: why did JobKeeper cost so much less than expected? →
But the government is holding its line, insisting there will be no changes to the eligibility test.