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An Emmy-winning actress from Main Line Philadelphia, she had been with him nearly a year.

And Pennsylvanians, at least those on the Main Line, sound like Romney kind of voters.

When I was 13, my family moved to a house on the Main Line that was supposedly haunted.

His main line of attack was that President Obama wants to turn America into Europe.

Speaking at the scene, he underscored that the missing-persons reports had become the main line of inquiry.

Ballinasloe station is on the main line to Galway, 34 miles distant from the “City of the Tribes.”

The Rebel skirmishers, concealed in the houses and behind fences, fire a volley and fall back to the main line.

The two divisions of the Second Corps swung out from the main line, faced southwest, and moved upon Stuart.

Far in advance of the main line lay that regiment, pouring a deadly fire upon the enemy.

The Thirteenth and Sixteenth swing out from the trench, turn a right angle to the main line, and face the north.


On this page you'll find 49 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to main-line, such as: affluent, booming, comfortable, flourishing, fortunate, and rich.

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