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Definition of Mainliner
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Mainliner
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1. Minutes by Michigan State Board of Education (1878)
"INFORMATIONAL MATERIALS DISTRIBUTED TO BOARD A. Copy of article, "US Moving, Inch by 2.54 CM., to Metric System" appearing in July, 1973 issue of mainliner, ..."
2. InfoWarCon: International Conference on Information Warfare: Defining the by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"... Research in Strategic Change, Lund Studies in Economics and Management, 21, Lund University Press. 46. Charlie Mingus, 1977, "Creativity", mainliner, ..."
3. East of Cleveland by Richard Cartwright Austin (2004)
"As reported in the Detroit Free Press, the "mainliner" DC-3 was too low. It clipped the roof of a two-story house "ripping off both motors and damaging the ..."