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In-line

Used in the context of general equities. (1) An order or market in a specific security within the inside market; 2) any announcement (earnings) that adheres closely to Wall Street analysts' expectations.

In-Line

A situation or announcement that meets or nears the expectations of most analysts. For example, a company's earnings are said to be in-line when there are no surprises in the earnings report.
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as the founder and leader of the sport of in-line skating, finds that the sport is sometimes referred to by their trademark name.
Now that it's easier than ever to get rolling and the calorie-burning benefit of in-line skating is known, we think millions more people will make in-line skating a regular part of staying fit.
Other in-line belling systems use just the outer parison to make the bell and cut away the inner one.
manufactures and distributes high quality in-line roller skates and accessories under the trademarks Ultra- Wheels(R), Skate Attack(R), Street Attack(TM), Roll USA(TM) as well as an ice skate line under the trademark Ultra-Ice(TM).
The benefits of in-line skating, as with any aerobic exercise, depend mostly on the frequency, intensity and duration of the activity.
Station and U-type register and non-register gravure printing presses with in-line laminating and embossing, as well as a combination flexographic/gravure press.
Trim: In-line with optional steel-rule trim station
This testimony discusses (1) TSA's deployment of EDS and ETD systems and the impact of initially deploying these systems, (2) TSA and airport actions to install EDS machines in-line with baggage conveyor systems, and the federal resources made available for this purpose, and (3) actions taken by TSA to optimally deploy checked baggage screening systems.
But since last year, professional in-line park-style skaters have lost the ability to compete in the X Games and Gravity Games.
After seeing an in-line skating daredevil slide effortlessly down a handrail on television in 1993, James Williams and a few of his friends marched straight to a sporting goods store in Rapid City, S.
One example would be the addition of a new in-line degassing/fluxing box downstream of an existing melting furnace with the objective of reducing furnace fluxing.
An international standards committee is seeking experienced operators of in-line moisture meters to participate in developing voluntary guidelines for the devices.