date line

NOUN
  1. an imaginary line on the surface of the earth following (approximately) the 180th meridian
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How To Use date line In A Sentence

  • Willie, because of his proficiency as a chirographer, always wrote the date line in the register. Anderson Crow, Detective
  • Because of its closeness to the International Date Line this is the most easterly city in the world and is the first on which the sun rises.
  • The fact that the date line was not drawn straight has led some to conclude that it is further malleable.
  • The phylogenic analysis implies that the multiple actinin isoforms found in modern vertebrates arose after the divergence of the vertebrate and urochordate lineages.
  • The timing of expansion coincides with proposed large-scale duplication event in the chordate lineage.
  • The second letter has a date line, personal signature and initials of dictator and stenographer -- little touches that add to the personality of the letter_ Business Correspondence
  • Maddeningly, her beautiful new State Ballroom, designed for the sedate line dances of a century earlier, was far too narrow for crinolines and whirling couples.
  • This suggests that the disruption observed is specific to the urochordate lineage.
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