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See under line1 (def. 31).
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below-the-line

adjective
denoting the entries printed below the horizontal line on a company's profit-and-loss account that show how any profit is to be distributed
(of an advertising campaign) employing sales promotions, direct marketing, in-store exhibitions and displays, trade shows, sponsorship, and merchandising that do not involve an advertising agency
(in national accounts) below the horizontal line separating revenue from capital transactionsCompare above-the-line
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