A line from front to back of stage on the ground plan drawing -chalked on the stage itself for correct placing of settings and props.
The line that runs from the mid-point between the hacks at one end of the ice to the mid-point between the hacks at the other end of the ice.
In dressage, an imagined line down the middle of the arena.
Imaginary line running down the stage through the exact centre of the proscenium opening. Marked as CL on stage plans. Normally marked on the stage floor and used as a reference when marking out or assembling a set.
The line across the court dividing the back court and front court.
Divides the length of the playing court into two equal halves.
The dividing line (imaginary) between the left and right halves of the stage.
Painted line running down the middle of the ice from hack to hack.
Imaginary line that will split the thickness of the glass being used.
A white line parallel with the side line and dividing the courts into half-courts.
The line across the pitch that divides it in half.
A line across the court dividing it into two halves.
A line perpendicular to the net that separates the left and right service courts.
Refers to both the line dividing the service boxes, a â€˜server' will often hit â€˜down the centreline'.
The line that runs down the middle from hack to hack.
A line across the piste, or field of play, dividing it into two equal halves.
The Centre line refers to a set of positions on an Australian rules football field.