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  1. Inside Edge (374 bytes)
    1: '''[[Inside Edge]]''' 1. In The ski edge that is innermost in a turn (EU usage).2. The big...
  2. Effective Edge (1,012 bytes)
    1: ...lled ride. On the other hand, a shorter Effective Edge makes a looser, easier turning Ski.

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  1. Ski Cross Glossary (12,871 bytes)
    120: '''[[Locked]]''': stuck on edge, off-balance without the ability to release
    184: ...ody movement where the skiers put the skis on the edge and pushes off to increase velocity
    190: ...ation]]:''' the preparation of the base and [[ski edges]] to increase performance
  2. Coloring (1,234 bytes)
    11: '''Painting the top edge of the Half Pipe'''
  3. Half-Pipe Glossary (6,093 bytes)
    65: ...ical]]''': A critical is when you grab the inside edge of the ski opposed to your hand.
  4. Development of A Moguls Course (5,751 bytes)
    36: ...e marked with additional red poles exactly on the edge of the first wave. This line of red poles has to ...
    85: ... the blade stays lifted up. While diving over the edge of the snowpile the cat should be held by the win...
  5. Freestyle Equipment Rules (11,965 bytes)
    36: ...To assist with directional and speed control, the edges of the running surface are constructed from hard...
    99: Edges: no limitations with regard to material and dime...
    132: ...gainst jolts and bumps as well as injury from ski edges and other external causes. The ski boot encloses...
    218: ...ed '''45 mm'''; the thickness reduces towards the edges of the back protector. The back protector may be...
  6. Skating (195 bytes)
    1: ...ody movement where the skiers put the skis on the edge and pushes off to increase velocity
  7. Freestyle Equipment List (48,188 bytes)
    458: | '''[[PB 300]]''' Edge Park
    782: | '''[[Sledge Hammers]]'''
    990: ...a 66" /1.70m aluminum handle. The stainless steel edge can be ground to a custom cutting angle.
    1042: ...ndle). The head is typically made of metal. The sledgehammer can apply more impulse than other hammers, ...
  8. Civil Twilight (942 bytes)
    1: ...f '''[[Sunset]]''', when the sun's apparent upper edge is just at the '''[[horizon]]''', until the cente...
    3: ...f '''[[Sunset]]''', when the sun's apparent upper edge is just at the '''[[horizon]]''', until the cente...
  9. Sunset (1,954 bytes)
    5: ..., it is considered as that instant when the upper edge of the sun just disappears below the sea level ho...
    9: ...s defined in astronomy as the moment the trailing edge of the sun's disk disappears below the horizon in...
  10. Sunrise (1,498 bytes)
    1: ..., it is considered as that instant when the upper edge of the sun appears on the sea level '''[[horizon]...
    4: ..., it is considered as that instant when the upper edge of the sun appears on the sea level '''[[horizon]...
  11. Snow and Weather Glossary (125,201 bytes)
    73: ...f '''[[Sunset]]''', when the sun's apparent upper edge is just at the horizon, until the center of the s...
    704: ..., it is considered as that instant when the upper edge of the sun appears on the sea level horizon. In G...
    708: ..., it is considered as that instant when the upper edge of the sun just disappears below the sea level ho...
    741: ...''[[Tree line]]''' or '''[[timberline]]''' is the edge of the habitat at which trees are capable of grow...
    751: ... of some simple shapes, such as regular, straight-edged, and circular shapes can be easily calculated us...
  12. Back Protectors (1,777 bytes)
    1: ...ed '''45 mm'''; the thickness reduces towards the edges of the back protector. The back protector may be...
    9: ...ed '''45 mm'''; the thickness reduces towards the edges of the back protector. The back protector may be...
  13. Wipe (538 bytes)
    1: ...with a distinct edge that forms a shape. A simple edge, an expanding circle, or the turning of a page ar...
  14. Snow Scoop (1,906 bytes)
    7: ...e angle to the surface to be cleared. The leading edge of the scoop is formed by a short flange parallel...
  15. Rake Landscape (705 bytes)
    8: * Heavy straight edge ideal for leveling
  16. ASTM F2040 (3,211 bytes)
    7: ...equirements, applies a hemispherical anvil and an edge anvil and does not apply a penetration test.
    11: ... as follows: flat anvil, hemispherical anvil, and edge anvil. All impacting shall be performed in accord...
  17. TV Glossary of Terms (88,877 bytes)
    389: ...pically corners would require more space from the edges.
    446: ...with a distinct edge that forms a shape. A simple edge, an expanding circle, or the turning of a page ar...
    611: ...angular area which is far enough in from the four edges, such that text or graphics show neatly: with a ...
  18. Ski Related Definitions (44,445 bytes)
    42: ...le, to give a skier better access to all four ski edges.
    96: ...gulating. The radius of the arc formed by just an edged ski is greater than a carved ski as there is no ...
    98: ...lled ride. On the other hand, a shorter Effective Edge makes a looser, easier turning Ski.
    144: '''[[Inside Edge]]''' 1. In The ski edge that is innermost in a turn (EU usage).2. The big...
    199: ...'' higher than the base. A concave base or railed edges encourages the equipment to run straight and imp...
  19. Edging (817 bytes)
    1: ...gulating. The radius of the arc formed by just an edged ski is greater than a carved ski as there is no ...
    12: *'''[[Effective Edge]]'''
  20. Inside Edge (374 bytes)
    1: '''[[Inside Edge]]''' 1. In The ski edge that is innermost in a turn (EU usage).2. The big...

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