Definition of City line
1. Noun. The boundary of a city.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of City Line
Literary usage of City line
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The History of North Atlantic Steam Navigation: With Some Account of Early by Henry Fry (1896)
"Charles Hill & Sons, large Bristol shipowners, started the city line to run between New York and the old city's floating harbour. ..."
2. Municipal Franchises: A Description of the Terms and Conditions Upon which by Delos Franklin Wilcox (1911)
"The earliest street railway franchise in the United States New York and Harlem Railroad, "city line."—Bv a special act of the New York legislature passed ..."
3. New York as it was and as it is: Giving an Account of the City from Its by John Disturnell (1876)
"Eleventh avenue, from Fifteenth street, southwest to city line. ... Fifteenth street, from Hamilton avenue, southeast to city line. ..."
4. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1904)
"The contention of the city on this point was that, as the right of way under one charter was to the city line on the south, and under the other from the ..."
5. The Electrical Engineer (1892)
"The Great Northern and city line, running from Drayton Park to Finsbury-pavement, is of exceptional interest, being intended to relieve the Great Northern ..."