Definition of Keyline
1. a diagram representing how an illustration will appear [n -S]
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Literary usage of Keyline
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1. Sustainable Agriculture in Print: Current Books edited by Barry Leonard (1997)
"Title: Water for Every Farm: Yeomans keyline Plan Author: Yeomans, ... The terms, "keyline" and "keypoint", refer to the contour lines and salient ..."
2. The Scientific Dial Primer: Containing Universal Code Elements of Universal by Andrew Hallner (1912)
"The Designator is located on the keyline, whichever that may be. Take, for example, the code-word "Bab" on page 47. You want to inform your friend that you ..."
3. Organic Lies: Misconceptions of the United States Organic Act in America and by Mary Choate (2007)
"... mulching, trellising contour planting, keyline agriculture (soil and water management), hedgerows and windbreaks, intercropping, polyculture, ..."
4. Educational Work of the Young Men's Christian Associations 1916-1918 by William Orr (1919)
"ment of the YMCA prepared a number of bocks in Russian, a list of which is given herewith: Copies. Ivanof— The Mechanic's Trade 3000 keyline—General ..."
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