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mainline

(mān′līn′)
v. main·lined, main·lining, main·lines Informal
v.tr.
To inject (an illegal or addictive drug, such as heroin) directly into a major vein.
v.intr.
To inject a drug intravenously.

main′lin′er n.

mainline

A regional term most commonly used as a verb in the drug subculture, meaning to inject a drug, usually understood to be illicit (e.g., heroin).

mainline

Drug slang verb To inject a drug
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Network Rail has invested in a "factory train" to reduce the cost and time of electrifying the Great Western main line, but so far it has not performed as expected.
The overhead electrifi-cation equipment on the East Coast main line has been damaged by high winds many times, leading to accusations that more should have been spent when it was installed in the 1980s.
Founded in 1985, Main Line Health (MLH) is a not-for-profit health system serving portions of Philadelphia and its western suburbs.
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Alan Jones, Stockport Gtr Manchester The BIG issue PLANS to give the West Coast Main Line franchise to FirstGroup, instead of Virgin, have been scrapped by Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin, right.
RMT general secretary Bob Crow said: "Despite the denials only last week it is now clear that the West Coast Main Line Mobilisation Team is in place as the public sector is forced to rescue this privatisation shambles just as it has done on the East Coast.
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