Interline

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Interline To arrange in alternate lines; as, to interline Latin and English.
    • Interline To mark or imprint with lines. "A crooked wrinkle interlines my brow."
    • Interline To write or insert between lines already written or printed, as for correction or addition; to write or print something between the lines of; as, to interline a page or a book.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • interline To insert between lines: as, to interline corrections in a writing.
    • interline To write or print between the lines of, as of something already written or printed.
    • interline To write or print in alternate lines: as, to interline Greek with Latin.
    • n interline A line between other lines.
    • interline To insert, as a thickness of fabric or material, between the lining and the outer surface of (a garment): as, a cloak lined with silk, and interlined with flannel.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • v.t Interline in-tėr-līn′ to write in alternate lines: to write between lines
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Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Pref. inter-, + line,: cf. LL. interlineare, F. interlinéer, OF. entreligner,

Usage

In literature:

But there were two blots; and he had left out Jonathan's name, which had to be interlined.
"The Crofton Boys" by Harriet Martineau
But there were two blots; and he had left out Jonathan's name, which had to be interlined.
"The Crofton Boys" by Harriet Martineau
She read, reread, marked and interlined.
"Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great, Vol. 13" by Elbert Hubbard
Of these lines, and of the whole first book, I am told that there was yet a former copy, more varied, and more deformed with interlineations.
"The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. in Nine Volumes" by Samuel Johnson
Frequently there was no interlining between the right and wrong sides.
"Quilts" by Marie D. Webster
Our under petticoats were of flannel, and we wore, outside of these, quilted skirts interlined with wool.
"When Grandmamma Was New" by Marion Harland
It was always remarkably free from corrections or interlineations.
"The Detection of Forgery" by Douglas Blackburn
It began to be more definitely traced by interlinings.
"Invasion" by William Fitzgerald Jenkins
His manuscripts are free from the interlineations of Flaubert.
"Ivory Apes and Peacocks" by James Huneker
He rewrites many of his chapters, and some of them have been scratched out and interlined again and again.
"Methods of Authors" by Hugo Erichsen
The letter was scrawled in a large, childish hand, and many of the words were interlined.
"A Captured Santa Claus" by Thomas Nelson Page
The manner in which the word "spies" is interlined in the "charges" of the first list is also suggestive.
"Capturing a Locomotive" by William Pittenger
Let not your lines be too close, or there will not be space enough for legible interlining.
"The Ladies' Guide to True Politeness and Perfect Manners" by Eliza Leslie
It was a scrawling, lengthy epistle, containing many interlineations and corrections and succinct marginal notes.
"Grit Lawless" by F.E. Mills Young
Interlineations and comments on the margin of these books, in his own hand-writing, testify to the indefatigable energy of his mind.
"Harper's New Monthly Magazine Vol. IV, No. 19, Dec 1851" by Various
On page 4178, Miner swears that he never asked him to interline any petition.
"The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Vol. 10 (of 12) Dresden Edition--Legal" by Robert G. Ingersoll
I seized upon a worn copy of the Dramatic Sketches, which I found crossed and interlined in every direction.
"Pencillings by the Way" by N. Parker Willis
The Cambridge manuscript of Milton's Lycidas shows numerous erasures and interlineations.
"Library Notes" by A. P. Russell
Erasures and interlineations, 202.
"The Seaman's Friend" by Richard Henry Dana
The words 'before namyd' are an interlineation substituted for them by the second hand.
"The Paston Letters, Volume III (of 6)"
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In poetry:

Indeed the world's thy book,
Where all things have their leafe assign'd:
Yet a meek look
Hath interlin'd.
Thy board is full, yet humble guests
Finde nests.
"Longing" by George Herbert

In news:

3/4 yard of canvas for interlining (fabric B).
In conjunction with its interline partners, Saudi Cargo will now serve the West Africa n cities of Abidjan, Accra, Cotonou, Douala, Libreville, Lome, Malabo, Niamey and Ouagadougou from its Lagos, Nigeria hub.
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In science:

The only moving part – the shutter of the CCD cameras – would become unnecessary with the employment of CCD detectors that use interline technology.
A Prototype for the PASS Permanent All Sky Survey
The bottom left inset illustrates how each notch is roughly a square profile; the bottom right inset shows how the interline loss is less than 10%.
Anglo-Australian Observatory February 2009 newsletter
The probe tip facet size is 6 × 9 μm, the tip-sample air-gap is 0.1 μm, the separation between the two copper interconnect lines (interline spacing) is 0.2 μm, and the interconnect lines length is 20 μm.
Near-field scanning microwave microscope for interline capacitance characterization of nanoelectronics interconnect
Fig. 2. In-plane view of (a) the interline capacitance test vehicle with L ranging from 10 to 40 μm, (b) “short”, and (c) “open” calibration test keys. The net capacitance between the two interconnect lines CLL is on the order of a few femto-Farads.
Near-field scanning microwave microscope for interline capacitance characterization of nanoelectronics interconnect
Fig. 4. Standard deviation of specific interline capacitance vs. the interconnect line length L for Csp = 0.03 (solid line), 0.07 (dashed line), and 0.14 (dotted line) fF/μm based on the error propagation analysis (see text). and CPP, as can also be seen from (1).
Near-field scanning microwave microscope for interline capacitance characterization of nanoelectronics interconnect
Interline capacitance CLL vs. the interconnect line length L for a set of four test vehicles with the same interline spacing S=0.3 μm.
Near-field scanning microwave microscope for interline capacitance characterization of nanoelectronics interconnect
IV. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION Fig. 5 shows the results for Set A. Csp and CLL values extracted from the measurement using (6) are plotted versus the actual interline spacing S obtained from the vehicle crosssections imaged by a scanning electron microscope.
Near-field scanning microwave microscope for interline capacitance characterization of nanoelectronics interconnect
Fig. 5. Specific interline capacitance Csp and interline capacitance CLL vs. interline spacing S for eight test vehicles with L=20 μm lines. Solid curve is the result of a 2D electrostatic simulation. The error bars are ± one standard deviation as estimated with the error propagation analysis (see text).
Near-field scanning microwave microscope for interline capacitance characterization of nanoelectronics interconnect
Fig. 7. 2D finite element electrostatic simulation of electric field between the two copper interconnect lines forming the test vehicle. S is the interline spacing, and W is the copper line width. Note a similarity of the field distribution with that in Fig. 3 which was obtained at 4 GHz.
Near-field scanning microwave microscope for interline capacitance characterization of nanoelectronics interconnect
The non-diagonal components of tensors describe interline transmission.
Signal transmission on lossy lines as a dissipative quantum state propagation
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