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Straight

Direct telephone line, compared to an outside line that requires a telephone number to be dialed.
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Straight

Describing a phone that connects directly to one and only one other phone. One need not dial any number between straight phones.
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Straighten your legs behind you, shifting your weight to the balls of your feet.
The duchess has naturally curly locks and admitted in 2011 that she gets a Brazilian blowout to straighten her hair.
After treatment, as with all orthodontic procedures, you will have to wear a retainer so your straightened teeth stay in their new, improved position.
INMAN ALIGNER GENTLY STRAIGHTENS TEETH If you have unruly front teeth, then the ClearSmile Inman Aligner is the ideal solution to rapidly straighten your smile.
"Flag Seedha Karao na Apna (Straighten your flag),' said Afridi.
The Courtyard private dental centre, based at Wormalds Yard, off King Street, has treated 650 patients so far using Invisalign, a near-invisible teeth aligner which is overtaking traditional wire braces as a way to straighten teeth.
Well, this unplug-and-go cordless gadget can be used to straighten or curl, and stays hot for 15 mins.
If you see the line straighten quickly, strip to come tight to set the hook.
On the BBC show Farage said he saw Brand's make-up artist straighten his chest hair, to which the comic joked on Twitter: "It's not normal to have one person to straighten my chest hair." And when Farage called his performance "limp", Brand blogged: "Farage is an end of the pier, end of the road, end of days politician, who like many people who drink too much has a certain sloppy sadness."
Straighten out your left leg out, while simultaneously turning your upper body to the right, bringing your left elbow toward your right knee.
A DENTAL practice hopes to boost its profits after becoming the first in the North East to offer a new type of fixed brace to straighten customers' teeth.
The Leaning Tower of Pisa has begun to slowly, very slowly, straighten, The Guardian newspaper reported last week.