service line

NOUN
  1. the back line bounding each end of a tennis or handball court; when serving the server must not step over this line
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How To Use service line In A Sentence

  • Officials of a table tennis tournament include umpire, service line umpire and scorer.
  • The Soviet military art attached much importance to organization and conduct of warfare with reliance on underground service lines.
  • Much importance will soon attach to robotized means of warfare in underground service lines.
  • The electric service line was buried under the lawn.
  • Much importance will soon attach to robotized means of warfare in underground service lines.
  • In Washington, the chloramines also caused lead to leach out of service lines, water meters, plumbing with lead solder and brass faucets that contain lead.
  • I readied myself just behind the service line and kicked off as soon as the shuttle touched my racket.
  • In Washington, the chloramines also caused lead to leach out of service lines, water meters, plumbing with lead solder and brass faucets that contain lead.
  • It's supposed to be 21 feet from the net to the service line and then 18 feet to the baseline.
  • I pulled the breakers from the service line, leaving the branch circuits connected to the bottom of the breaker. still had this voltage at the fixture wire. More electrical questions...
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