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Origin of lineup
Example sentences from the Web for lineup
Much will depend on the outcome of the January 22 election and how Netanyahu perceives the line-up of willing coalition partners.
The issue was the right of a suspect to have a lawyer present during a line-up.
Chris Lee previews the line-up for those lucky enough to score the sold-out tickets.The Yes List: How to Navigate Coachella's Three-Ring Circus|The Daily Beast|April 15, 2011|DAILY BEAST
He expected the coach to give him instructions, but Mr. Driscoll only nodded sidewise toward the line-up.Center Rush Rowland|Ralph Henry Barbour
Oh, dear, no; you're swells whose names will look well in the line-up for the Robinson game!Behind the Line|Ralph Henry Barbour
A line-up on the drill field, and setting-up exercises begin under the direction of the game counsellor or physical director.Campward Ho!|Unknown
Claflin had made four changes in her line-up when the teams faced each other again, and Brimfield two.Left Tackle Thayer|Ralph Henry Barbour
After a little preliminary practice the two teams were told to line-up for a short game of fifteen-minute halves.A Quarter-Back's Pluck|Lester Chadwick
British Dictionary definitions for lineup
verb line up (adverb)
Idioms and Phrases with lineup
Arrange in or form a line, as in Betty lined up the books on the shelf, or The children lined up for lunch. [Late 1800s]
Organize, make ready, make the arrangements for, as in They lined up considerable support for the bill, or Nancy was supposed to line up a hall for the concert. [c. 1900]