Origin of cline
OTHER WORDS FROM clineclinal, adjectiveclin·al·ly, adverb
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How to use cline in a sentence
Cline walked in, authorities allege, and a minute later ran out.
The officers saw Cline run out, but held off on trying to stop her in favor of following her further, according to court records.
Cline’s stepmother told The Post at the time that Cline had been a “beautiful child” as a youngster and that the family did not know why Cline had been involved in the robberies.
Federal probation records showed that Cline lived within about a mile of both of the recent incidents.
They searched Cline’s car and found $6,699, believed to be taken from the Wells Fargo, investigators said.
So, Cline officials courted state legislators and hired lobbyists.
In an interview, Buchen said several groups, including Cline and the WMC, gave input on the bill.
Patsy Cline singing the devastating “I Fall to Pieces” before dying in a plane crash at the age of 30.
Three of the targets, Lefkofsky, Pegula, and Cline, were on the the Forbes 400, a list of the richest people in America.
Weinstein, who declined to comment on the case, was the first to receive a letter, followed by Cline on June 14.
Thanks to Mademoiselle Cline's drilling, I was pretty ready at "dicte," and after the first surprise, got along very well.Rutledge|Miriam Coles Harris
Both his company and Cline's bivouacked in the town that night.John Brown, Soldier of Fortune|Hill Peebles Wilson
Cline had softly shut the door behind the guest, but involuntarily he backed against it.
Cline moaned aloud, with a bleating noise, and gabbled argot as she tidied the belongings which Mademoiselle had flung everywhere.
"Take these things into the dressing-room, Cline," ordered Marise, tossing her gold bag and furs to the maid.