Usages of line; stick
This clearly looks like an upside down box. Doesn't it?
This obviously is a lid. Just look at it!
Looks like a car doesn't it? With a line connecting two axles that the wheels are connected to, and an engine(the sun) in the middle.
To tell your fortune, connect the line to the dot, and the path appears.
Above the middle of your mouth there's a line called the philtrum.
When you were small, a line started appearing on your head and then two horns grew out. Doctors still don't understand.
This kanji looks like an I-beam used in construction work.
You make a knife using a line and a hook.
To harvest bamboo, you need two guns, a line and a hook.
The balloon is going up. Luckily you've attached a line to it in order to stop it.
A crown covers the head, lined with jewels.
Two horns are too many, so you draw a line through them to split them in half.
To enforce your dismissal from the family, your older brother runs after you with a sword and a stick.
You hang just two pieces of clothing on the line such that they become dry more quickly.
The big L to the left is carrying the world, which is the container of everything.
A scratch is a line left behind by a claw.
ヰ is an obsolete katakana character, previously used to represent the sound wi.
Now, the sound wi is represented by the digraph ウィ(Ui).
Though ヰ is not used as a katakana character anymore, it does appear as a component in multiple Kanji.
There's a line of shells showing the way to the rice paddy.
You take your gun and fire it four times in the air and then another two times straight ahead. Soon nothing will be left.
A shelf is basically one line on which you can put stuff.
Animal legs with claws attached to them are drawing two lines in the weeds concurrently.
If you hold the one line high enough, everything will be under it.
You see a stick in a rice paddy, and know it must've been put there for a reason.