History has to follow main lines or the story would never be told.
It has never been one of the main lines against 1.
The main line through here was closed on 5 May 1969.
Right, it is not the main line of the play.
The real battle will not be decided along the main line but rather here.
There were two main lines of thought I could follow.
The main line between the two cities opened in 1903.
It's more likely that they took the main lines down, outside of town.
Actually there is no strong reason for thinking that the main lines of development would have been very different.
But I can hardly be wrong about the main lines.
It wasn't one of the main routes around the center, but right now that might be just as well.
There isn't one, although on the first day the main route is essentially at low level.
From here you can continue along the main route as described above.
It is the main route to the town of Union.
If it appears to be the main route from a town to a city, that's bad.
That's the main route through this place, and it's also the one certain way out.
More recently, games seem to have developed along two main routes.
County Road 50 serves as a main route in the community.
County Road 19 serves as a main route in the city.
County 45 serves as a main route in the community.
The principal route to the summit starts in Strathmore, to the west of the mountain, where there is parking off a small road.
Two large warehouses were built next to the line, which became the principal resupply route for the fort.
On 15 May later services were introduced over the principal routes, some being extended to 11.20 p.m.
Its principal route is a high-speed line from California to Chicago.
Various pathways are used, the principal route being dependent on the current environment of the cell.
However, the principal north-south routes were assigned numbers ending in 1.
Paid work not only provides economic security but is the principal route to individual self-fulfilment.
Despite this for many years it was the principal route to the interior.
It is the principal route for entering and leaving Portsmouth.
In earlier times it was the principal route from London to Hampstead.