A line (of merchandise)
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a line (of cosmetics): a type, a range, a series (of cosmetics)
This is our most successful line. It is outselling the second most successful by 25%!
- "Delavigne set to release new eco-friendly line of perfumes"
- "He was one of the first to use black runway models in his shows, and his 'ready to wear' lines of clothing democratized fashion for the masses."
- "The point is that I have big plans for this company - we are going to make an exclusive line of perfumes for babies, and naturally the first step is baby testing."
- "Industry pundits, however, are already calling the new line an attempt to capitalize on the hype surrounding environmental awareness."
- "Furthermore they have decided to add our line of lotions to their shelves."
- "Susie : Well, firstly, we're interested in a new line of products for 15 to 24 year-old men."
- "An outspoken conservative businessman, speaking on condition of anonymity, went so far as to say that the new line is another ploy by liberals to exploit easily-influenced consumers."
- "In addition to using all-natural ingredients, the new line (code-named 'WorldBlends') is produced under humane conditions: the company has sworn to work only with manufacturers approved by human rights watchdog group P."
- "Susie : As I mentioned in my e-mail, we are considering marketing a unisex line of products which obviously would appeal to both male and female consumers."
- "Aside from its famed lines of clothing, elegant runway models and shows, PLP released a number of high-end fragrances over the years including the controversial 'Opiate'."
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