on-line

[ US /ˈɔnˌɫaɪn/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. connected to a computer network or accessible by computer
    an on-line database
  2. on a regular route of a railroad or bus or airline system
    on-line industries
  3. being in progress now
    on-line editorial projects
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How To Use on-line In A Sentence

  • Australia has some very sophisticated capacity for instruction design, courseware development and on-line delivery.
  • A staggering 77 percent said they were, proving that the Weekender is getting noticed on-line as well as on the news-stands.
  • This article was first published in Issue 47 of Linux Gazette, an on-line e-zine published by Linux Journal.
  • Under the agreement, Verio will provide its leading Web hosting and e-commerce services to on-line merchants.
  • A convenient summary of Latin declension and conjugation is available on-line here.
  • The problem with the ‘vector sum’ formulation is that it ignores several crucial properties of the system: the ‘vectors’ are not independent, the ’sum’ feeds back into the individual vectors, and the operation of summation is non-linear. Link Farm & Open Thread #28
  • The treatment of engineering dynamics is almost invariably linear, although examples of simple non-linear formulations are provided.
  • The amount of sky covered is typically measured in oktas, eighths of sky cover, a non-linear scale.
  • Not only will that skill help your re sume, it will make you familiar with on-line job recruiting. Explore alternatives.
  • Over two weeks before race day over 300 entries had been received, no doubt boosted by the availability of the increasingly popular method of on-line entering for the first time this year.
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