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    inbounds lines

    what is the diff

    inbounds lines
    inbound lines

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    Re: inbounds lines

    The first sounds strange to me. What's the context?

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    Re: inbounds lines

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    what is the diff
    inbounds lines
    inbound lines
    Hi Richard this shows you are not interested in soccer, right?

    1. In-bound:travelling towards a place rather than leaving it:
    In-bound flights/passengers
    The opposite is out-bound

    2. inbounds (sport) inside the football pitch:
    The ball was still inbounds

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    Re: inbounds lines

    OK, but 'inbounds lines'?

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    #5

    Re: inbounds lines

    yes, but inbounds without the word lines is possible too.

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