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mainliner

A regional street term for a person who injects an illicit substance, usually heroin, into a vein.
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Recall that when Oedipa Maas describes the freeways of Southern California, she likens them to the veins of a drug addict "nourishing the mainliner L.
Hardcore mainliners may hear voices in the head, or experience visual illusions that seem to the sufferers so tea
ME2 (Middle East Europe 2) is the first Maersk Line mainliner service to link Saudi Arabia s Eastern Province (Dammam & Jubail) directly to the Mediterranean.
Even in recent months, two versions of a new song, The Greta Big Tom McBride, as well as a song called The Master and the Humble Guitar Man, which pay tribute to Mainliner members John Beattie and Seamus McMahon, are receiving huge airplay on the regional stations, proof yet again of the enduring and phenomenal appeal of Big Tom and the Mainliners to this day.
Despite suffering from flu and feeling as though he would rather be in bed than road racing, Farquhar rode his finest race in the mainliner by roaring from fourth to first and edging out Richard Britton with Darran Lindsay finishing third.
Reg Bibby, who sees Catholics and Evangelicals in a different place than Mainliners.
And viewers will hear about Big Tom McBride's defection from The Mainliners to The Travellers - a moment as cataclysmic for his fans as Zayn Malik leaving One Direction.
Big Tom And The Mainliners frontman Tom McBride has been dubbed Ireland's king of country music and was greeted with a chorus of applause and cheers from the studio audience.
Everyone from liberal mainliners to most traditional evangelicals today would balk at this kind of attribution of suffering to God, especially the suffering of children.
This is because the freight difference between bringing the mainliners into Jebel Ali versus the feeder ships into Oman is huge.
They obtained differences among Catholics, Evangelicals, Mainliners and Mormons.
Evangelicals and Mainliners both like this approach.