The line that separates the approach from the (head area of a) lane.
Solid stripe, usually black, which separates the approach from the lane.
A black line on the alley which separates the approach from the lane.
a line from which basketball players take penalty shots
a line across a bowling alley that a bowler must not cross
lines through 1st and 3rd base indicating the boundaries of a baseball field
See "Free-throw line."
The foul line is where the approach ends and the lane begins. It is 60 feet away from the headpin, and 42 inches wide. If a player either touches or goes over the foul line during the approach, a foul is called and a score of zero is awarded for that ball.
Lines extending from home plate through 1st and 3rd base to the outfield fence and perpendicularly upwards. These lines are considered in play.
The black line separating the runway and the actual beginning of the alley or lane.
A line, usually red, between the approach (1) and the beginning of the lane, 60 feet from the head pin.
the line 15' from the backboard and parallel to the end line from which players shoot free-throws.