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Aline \A*line"\, v. t. To range or place in a line; to bring into line; to align.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

fem. proper name, French, short for Adeline.


Etymology 1 vb. 1 (context intransitive English) To form in line; to fall into line. 2 (context transitive English) To adjust or form to a line; to range or form in line; to bring into line. Etymology 2

adv. in line


v. place in a line or arrange so as to be parallel or straight; "align the car with the curb"; "align the sheets of paper on the table" [syn: align, line up, adjust] [ant: skew]

Aline, OK -- U.S. town in Oklahoma
Population (2000): 214
Housing Units (2000): 127
Land area (2000): 0.263139 sq. miles (0.681528 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.263139 sq. miles (0.681528 sq. km)
FIPS code: 01350
Located within: Oklahoma (OK), FIPS 40
Location: 36.510112 N, 98.448632 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 73716
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Aline, OK

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Aline (band)

Aline is a French musical pop rock band formed in 2009 as Young Michelin. But the band had to change their name after the tire company Michelin demanded the change. Originally the band was made of 5 musicians based in Marseille, namely lead singer and rhythm guitarist Romain Guerret, lead guitarist Arnaud Pilard, bass player Romain Leiris, drummer Vincent Pedretti and keyboard player Laurent Maudoux. When Maudoux left in 2011, he was not replaced, rendering it a four-member band.

Prior to Young Michelin, Romain Guerret had another music project named Dondolo and had released two albums (Dondolisme in 2007 and Une vie de plaisir dans un monde nouveau, whose release was postponed to 2010).

But by 2009, Guerret had started the Young Michelin project with a number of releases. It also found great reception, and in 2009 their first digital single as Young Michelin ("Je suis fatigué" / "Les Copains") earned them the top award at "CQFD: Ceux qu'il faut découvrir" organized by Les Inrockuptibles. They also released a vinyl EP in 2010 made up of 4 songs ("Je suis fatigué" / "Elle m'oubliera" / "Obscène" / "Teen Whistle") on La Bulle Sonore label.

In 2011, they released jointly with Pop at Summer a split EP under the title Elle et moi and in 2012, yet another vinyl EP of their own containing 4 songs ("Je bois et puis je danse" / "Hélas" / "Deux hirondelles" / "Je bois et puis je danse (Gambit Mix)"). This latter was their first release as Aline, the new adopted name of the band.

Aline's debut album, Regarde le ciel, was released in January 2013 on IDOL/PIAS France label. The album is produced by Jean-Louis Piérot (ex member of Les Valentins) and recording and mixing is by Philippe Balzé. Laurent Maudoux did not take part in the album citing "personal reasons". Although there was no replacement of the leaving keyboardist of the band, in live shows, Jérémy Monteiro takes part without becoming a permanent member of the formation.

Aline (song)

"Aline" is a single by French singer Christophe. The song became one of the two big hits in France during the summer of 1965 along with " Capri c'est fini" of Hervé Vilard. It sold one million records. The song was produced by the Disc'AZ label. The song is about a man begging his woman to come back and has been described as a "slow, romantic ballad". On 25 September 1965 it reached number one in Belgium top 10, surpassing "Capri c'est fini" which came in second place, becoming a "substantial hit" in that country according to Billboard magazine. In October 1966 it became the number one hit in Israel. The song was composed by Christophe and arranged by Jacques Dejean. "Aline" is Christophe's favourite song.

Usage examples of "aline".

His son Aline was there, in charge, and Laar was almost certain that Aline would do what Laar, in his place, would have done.

Aline had wanted to plan out something to do with motoring, about which every one was keen just then.

As it was she liked him, just as she liked her boss, Tony Alines, but for neither of them did she feel the emotional, or sexual, desire that might have encouraged her to respond to their overtures.

Robert, who now managed the mill under her control, and her three daughters, Genevieve, Aline, and Natalie, followed by quite a train of children, ten belonging to the daughters and four to Robert.

He grabbed a pr aline from the counter on his way back from the phone.

Out of the darkness ahead appeared a lovely apparition, soft as a cloud of op aline mist.

The princesses Aline and Sophie sit whole days with me, and we, unhappy widows of live men, make beautiful conversations over our charpie, only you, my friend, are missing.

A time of births, of triumphant begettings, and this year how richly celebrated—the son of the young woman from Worcester, the son of Aline and Hugh, the son of Mariam, the Son of Man .

So Baxter, as he bicycled to Market Blandings for tobacco, brooded on Freddie, Aline Peters and George Emerson.

It was Aline Peters who had to bear the brunt of her father's mental agony when he discovered, shortly after Lord Emsworth had left him, that the gem of his collection of scarabs had done the same.

One of the results of his absorbed mood was that he greeted Aline with a stare of an even glassier quality than usual.

He vented it on Aline because he had always vented his irritabilities on Aline.

There was Hugh, on his favourite self-willed grey, with his son on his saddle-bow, Aline, unruffled by the haste of her preparations for leaving town, on her white jennet, her maid and friend Constance pillion behind a groom, a second groom following with the pack-pony on a leading rein, and the two pilgrims to Saint Asaph merrily escorted by this family party.

Cadfael caught sight of a number of known faces craning among the crowd: Edric Flesher’s wife Petronilla, Aline Beringar’s maid Constance leaning over the bridge, one of the abbey stewards forgetting his duties to stare.

Cadfael caught sight of a number of known faces craning among the crowd: Edric Flesher's wife Petronilla, Aline Beringar's maid Constance leaning over the bridge, one of the abbey stewards forgetting his duties to stare.