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Neatlines (of structure) The term 'Neatlines (of structure)' as it applies to the area of reclamation can be defined as ' A line which defines the limits of work, such as an excavation, cut stone, etc. Also, the true face line of a building regardless of the projections of the stones; a line back of, or inside of, incidental projections. Any material removed beyond the neat line is overbreak'.
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