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Synonyms for liner

(baseball) a hit that flies straight out from the batter

a piece of cloth that is used as the inside surface of a garment

a large commercial ship (especially one that carries passengers on a regular schedule)

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All the time the lifeboats has been pulling away from the danger of the sinking liner, and now, though I yelled at the top of my lungs, they either did not hear my appeals for help or else did not dare return to succor me.
A Planet liner, east bound, heaves up in a superb spiral and takes the air of us humming.
Up fly the liner's hissing slings; her underbody crashes home and she hurtles away again.
Not a liner in air but knows the meaning of that vertical beam and gives us and our quarry a wide berth.
A Trans-Asiatic Direct liner had found a smooth and butted into it full power.
Liners and yachts disguise their tanks with decoration, but the G.P.O.
Captain Hodgson opens the underbody colloid, swings the heavy pithing-iron out of its rack which in liners is generally cased as a smoking-room settee, and at two hundred feet releases the catch.
We overcossed Keewatin liners, small and cramped; but their captains, who see no land between Trepassy and Lanco, know what gold they bring back from West Erica.
The study opines that steel, closely trailed by rubber, remains a preferred choice of material for manufacturing of mill liners. Fact.MR's analysis suggests that both the materials collectively make up for the material choice for ~65% of mill liners that are sold.
Summary: The study opines that steel, closely trailed by rubber, remains a preferred choice of material for manufacturing of mill liners. Fact.MR's analysis suggests that both the materials collectively make up for the material choice for ~65% of mill liners that are sold.
The appointment is in response to strong market growth in exports from Belgium and its neighbour, France, and marks the beginning of twice-weekly sailings of a liner service from Antwerp to the Gulf, said a statement.
"There are significant synergies to be had, and the customer experience will be enhanced through this addition to our liner portfolio," he added.
Tri-Seal is known for its closure liner and seal products, particularly F-217[R], a low-density polyethylene foam used to package food, pharmaceutical, cosmetic, healthcare, chemical and agricultural chemical products.
Dianna Liner and her team at Liner Entertainment Group LLC will handle the day to day career of Neon Summer.
Apply the liner using a liquid liner or liner stick.