For precept must be upon precept, precept upon precept; line upon line, line upon line; here a little, and there a little. ~ Isaiah 28:10
I think it is a parallel line
That depends upon what you are given - the equation of the line, the coordinates of 2 points on the line, etc.
There was no such thing as email during the Civil War, people depended upon mailing actual letters.
international date line
international date line
It would depend upon your starting point, but yes, the train line known as the Ghan runs through Alice Springs, from Adelaide to Darwin.
both are same depend upon the situation in which they are use
At the town line
the usual opening line of fairy tales is the "once upon a time"
In cue sports, the baulk line is the line at the baulk end of the snooker table, upon which the green, yellow, and brown balls are placed.
Once upon a time...
The answer depends entirely upon which game you are referring to.
Grumpy knew where to spray the line for the town on Once Upon a Time because he placed it where the sign that said leaving Storybrook was located.
The opening line of the marriage ceremony is 'I call upon these persons here present'
they are near the finsh line and they stary to jog
Nature of communication can be either formal or informal depending upon whether the communication is casual or work related. Modes of communication are increasing day by day. It can be face-to-face between people or through the Internet using emails, letters, phone calls or video calls.
The Treaty of Tordesillas claimed that their line of demarcation (an imaginary line that divided their spheres of influence) would extend from north to south through the Atlantic Ocean and the easternmost part of the South American continent. They agreed that unexplored territories east of the line would be controlled by Portugal, and those west of the line by Spain.
no it's not possible as parallel lines are those which never intersect each other upon extending where divergent lines can intersect each other depending upon the angle of divergence..
This is called the stave. Notes with a line through them E,G,B,D,F. The notes in each space are; F,A,C,E
The line or plane upon which a geometric figure is thought of as resting is called the base. A three-dimensional figure with a circular base and the top meeting at a vertex; it resembles a funnel cone.