When shelves had to be referred to, textus was used at Canterbury, and linea at Citeaux.
Some movement of right half of abdomen, left half immobile, dulness extending from the flank as far forwards as linea semilunaris.
It was said of an ancient painter, Nulla dies sine linea: I say of your wild rant, Nulla linea sine mendacio.
Glorious Sweden, with the perfume-breathing linea, with Jenny's soulful songs!
For days these men stood in linea blazing sun above, and treeless, waterless plains about.
The straight edge, passing through the centre, is called the linea Fiduci.
These extracts will be sufficient to shew that the cases were arranged in three double rows, each double row being called a linea.
linea lin·e·a (lĭn'ē-ə)
n. pl. lin·e·ae (-ē-ē')