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a line of the color red that is parallel to and equidistant from the goal lines and divides the rink in half.
a limit, point, or boundary beyond which one may not go without incurring negative consequences:
The use of chemical weapons is a red line, which, if crossed, could trigger military action.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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But then he took his pen and drew a
clear through it.
And yet it's a
, so you're not even supposed to bring it up.
As he walks, the map adjusts to each new point of view, and a
marks the sidewalk leading to his destination.
The output from the telescope appeared on four three-track pen recorders as a squiggly
on moving chart paper.
The only difference now was a long, thin
hatched with staples running down her torso.
Gravity from matter does the slowing while dark energy does the speeding, it creates a combined curve denoted by the
moves around the circle, the length of the green line changes.
is the data from calculating the launch speed only from the angle and the x-velocity.
And that horrible
represents the current labor market.
The graph arranges job losses by state in descending order, so the
is always moving down.
British Dictionary definitions for
a point beyond which a person or group is not prepared to negotiate
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