While other jazz cats describe their music in liner notes, Carey relies on a comic strip.
Just weeks after the Costa Concordia ran aground, a liner with the same company stalled out in the pirate-infested Indian Ocean.
Pick up records from that time and chances are Hentoff wrote the liner notes.
He wrote in the liner notes, “The last few years prove to me we live in an age of miracles.”
Famously, the Dunedin Star, a British liner, crashed on these shores in 1942.
For one thing, the Havana liner had carried her tow so far north that they were out of the worst of it.
He cocked up his ear and listened to the bawling of the liner's great whistle.
There some branches, disposed as a liner, received the mattress on which lay the unconscious Herbert.
All passengers will now prepare to leave the shuttle and board the Mars liner.
This is inclosed by the tube, which is also in one piece, surrounding the liner throughout its length.
"ship belonging to a shipping line," 1838, from line (n.) on notion of a succession of ships plying between ports along regular "lines." Line in this sense first attested 1786 in reference to stagecoaches. Cosmetics sense first recorded 1926, short for eye-liner. The type of baseball hit was so called from 1874 (line drive attested from 1899).
"person who fits a lining to," 1610s, agent noun from line (v.1). Meaning "thing serving as a lining" is from 1869. Liner notes in a record album are attested from 1953.