Definition of Branchlines
1. branchline [n] - See also: branchline
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Branchlines
Literary usage of Branchlines
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Entente Diplomacy and the World: Matrix of the History of Europe, 1909-14 by Institut des langues orientales (Russia), George Abel Schreiner, Benno Aleksandrovīch fon- Zībert, Russia Ministerstvo inostrannykh del (1921)
"These arguments being answered, the Entente governments, acting always in accord, interposed many objections in regard to the branchlines that were to be ..."
2. Railway Nationalization by Clement Edwards (1898)
"... by granting low rates, constructing branchlines, and by other facilities, to develop the competition of markets, and to open up new districts. ..."
3. By Trolley Through Eastern New England by Robert H. Derrah (1904)
"... reaches the terminus near Salem City Hall. Salem has many interesting branch lines and is, in fact, an important street railway centre. (See branchlines ..."
4. Safety and Health Requirements Manual: U. S. Army Corps of Engineers edited by Robert H. Griffin (1999)
"All detonating cord trunklines and branchlines shall be free of loops, sharp kinks, or angles that direct the cord back toward the oncoming line of ..."
5. Katalog der Bibliothek des Eidgenössischen Polytechnikums in Zürich by Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (1896)
"R. On the construction of horse railways for branchlines and for street traffic. London 1860. 1'jyf) Burnham, JW Double-star observations made in 1879 and ..."