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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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In-line gear pump straining creates a unique advantage for material processing, according to the manufacturer.
Prior to installing the VeriSym SE systems, Nutra had Symetix's Impulse[R]/P size graders in-line after the continuous dryers to remove twins, clusters, empties and over- and under-diameter softgels.
With a short lead time of only 12 weeks, the in-line chiller and packaged refrigeration plant were installed at the Pinneys site.
Machine type: Single-station and multi-station, in-line, roll-fed
To my knowledge, Porsche has never produced a production in-line 6; however, it did produce in-line 4s for the 924, 944 and 968.
Davis-Standard has linked with NO.EL of Italy to supply in-line coreless stretch film systems.
During INDEX08 Edelmann Technology presented the newest technology for in-line slitting and winding.
Company's Magnetic In-Line Separators are designed to separate out or remove ferrous and work-hardened stainless steel micro-particulates as small as 0.0001 inches from liquids, purees and slurries.
Headwall Photonics has announced the formation of a cooperative research and development agreement (CRADA) with the USDA Agricultural Research Service to develop and deploy spectral imaging solutions for in-line processing of poultry, fruit, vegetables, and other food products.
Typically, a network-security or performance-analysis device utilizes an in-line hub, a plain switch port, a mirror/SPAN port or an in-line tap.
In-line skating has been the thing for quite a while now, and justifiably so.