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service line

noun

  1. Tennis. the rear boundary of a service court.
  2. a line running parallel to the front wall in certain court games, as handball or squash, that marks a boundary of the service area.


service line

noun

  1. the line at the back of the court behind which the server must stand when serving
  2. a line indicating the boundary of a permissible service, as on the backwall of a squash court


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Word History and Origins

Origin of service line1

First recorded in 1870–75
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Example Sentences

It also mandates that every community in the state replace its lead service lines.

For instance, some businesses may focus more on offering certain products and services that better suit these times than others and this may involve altering the current product or service line.

To attract more customers and remain in business, businesses must alter their current product or service line to help the current situation.

Companies have been forced to rethink entire product and service lines, in some cases shifting into new verticals.

Thinx, meanwhile, has been using text as a customer service line for the last seven months.

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A call to its customer service line led to a full voicemail box.

Subsequently the distance of the service line from the net was fixed at 21-ft., and the height of the net at 3-ft.

This defect was remedied in 1878 by bringing the service line four feet nearer the net, from twenty-six feet to twenty-two feet.

That point marks the end of the service line, and a straight line drawn across it will intersect in the middle the diagonal lines.

It is a good plan, when serving from the right-hand court, to aim for the spot where the centre line bisects the service-line.

Throw the switch over to the service line, and your accumulator is ready to furnish light if you turn on your lamps.

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