Firing-line - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
firing line (redirected from firing-line)
1. In battle, a line of soldiers armed and ready to fire on an enemy. Our firing line will be able to push back the enemy, I'm sure of it.
2. A place where one is vulnerable to or expected to receive criticism. I'm not going into the boss's office right now—I'm not ready to be on the firing line this early in the morning!
References in classic literature
Each group of three divisions was wired to a general, and the five generals were wired to the great Oyama himself, who sat ten miles back of the firing-line
and sent his orders.
is a release-aid checker, conditioner and practice tool that can conveniently be stored away in your suitcase or briefcase.