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  1. Vertical drop (1,741 bytes)
    1: '''[[Vertical drop]]''' the total difference expressed in meter...
    7: ...lated using the formula 100*rise/run. Rise is the vertical change and run is the horizontal distance. A 100%...
  2. Vertical Axis (626 bytes)
  3. Vertical rise (762 bytes)
    1: '''[[Vertical rise]]''' This is the difference in '''[[elevatio...
    16: ...l Feet Totals in North nAmerica of a Roof [http://verticalfeet.com/]
  4. Vertical Transport Feet Per Hour (1,149 bytes)
    1: ... people lifted 1,000 vertical feet per hour ('''[[vertical rise]]''' of a lift, times the lift capacity per ...
  5. Vertical Demand (1,783 bytes)
    1: ...ated separately for each skill class. The average vertical demand has been increasing for all skill levels.|...
    3: '''[[Vertical Demand]]''' is the amount of vertical terrain that skiers/riders can be expected to ski...
    7: The average vertical demand has been increasing for all skill levels.
    19: *'''[[Vertical Transport Feet Per Hour]]'''
  6. Vertical Banner Frame (613 bytes)
    1: [[Image:Vertical banner frame.png|Vertical Banner Frame|thumb|250px]]
    5: *'''[[Vertical Banner Frame]]'''
    9: *'''[[Banner Frame Vertical pole]]'''
  7. Banner Frame Vertical pole (633 bytes)
    1: ...:Banner Frame Vertical pole.jpg|'''[[Banner Frame Vertical pole]]'''|thumb|250px]]
    5: *'''[[Vertical Banner Frame]]'''
    9: *'''[[Banner Frame Vertical pole]]'''

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  1. Mogul Jump Definitions (11,634 bytes)
    12: *'''[[Vertical Axis]]''': Runs from the top of the body to the ...
    24: ...dy pass through during dynamic movement, the '''[[vertical plane]]''', '''[[lateral plane]]''' and '''[[hori...
    62: ... axis. An additional axis of rotation on the '''[[vertical axis]]''' is initiated with the rotation of the u...
    64: ... horizontal axis and '''[[720]]''' degrees on the vertical secondary axis, then the skiers extends and prepa...
    78: ...egrees in the lateral axis and 360 degrees in the vertical axis. Then the skier flexes and prepares for the ...
  2. Snow and Weather Glossary (125,201 bytes)
    104: ...on the newly formed '''[[water vapor]]''' travels vertically by way of diffusion from a higher concentration...
    286: '''[[Height]]''' is the measurement of vertical distance, but has two meanings in common use.
    344: ...marked by a concentration of isotherms and strong vertical shear.
    444: ...ogy]]), the nadir at a given point is the local [[vertical direction]] pointing in the direction of the forc...
    768: The vertical and horizontal transport of '''[[water]]''' in al...
  3. Ski Related Definitions (44,445 bytes)
    21: ... of the '''[[ski lifts]]'''. Walking distance and vertical differential between the base area facilities and...
    159: ...s. Additionally, it should be understood that the vertical rise and length of ski lifts for a particular '''...
    190: ...Hanging from the rope overhead are equally-spaced vertical cables attached to a plastic button or platter th...
    258: ...at one end. Hanging from the rope are a series of vertical recoiling cables attached to a T-shaped bar, abou...
    290: ...ated separately for each skill class. The average vertical demand has been increasing for all skill levels.
  4. Half-Pipe Glossary (6,093 bytes)
    30: '''[[Flips]]''': when a rider rotates over the vertical axis.
    32: ...[[Hybrids]]''': when the rider uses mixes between vertical and horizontal axis.
    88: ... over [[360]]° (Around [[horizontal axis]] and [[vertical axis]]''': ==
    91: ...[Caballerials]]''' (Cabs): Fakie 360º around the vertical axis.
    93: '''[[Backflip]]''': One rotation over the [[vertical axis]], backwards.
  5. Ski Cross Course Specifications (1,750 bytes)
    5: == [[4501.1]] '''[[Vertical Drop]]''' ==
    7: ...a minimum of 130 vertical meters to a maximum 250 vertical meters. The same course may be used for, men and ...
    18: Vertical Drop: '''215m ± 35m'''
    24: Vertical Drop: minimum '''165m'''
    30: Vertical Drop: minimum '''130m'''
  6. Freestyle Equipment List (48,188 bytes)
    68: | '''[[Vertical Banner Frame]]'''
    76: | '''[[Banner Frame Vertical pole]]'''
    865: ...:Banner Frame Vertical pole.jpg|'''[[Banner Frame Vertical pole]]'''
    867: Image:Vertical banner frame.png|'''[[Vertical Banner Frame]]'''
    1106: ...asurements – '''[[elevation]]''' change or '''[[vertical drop]]'''.
  7. Vertical Demand (1,783 bytes)
    1: ...ated separately for each skill class. The average vertical demand has been increasing for all skill levels.|...
    3: '''[[Vertical Demand]]''' is the amount of vertical terrain that skiers/riders can be expected to ski...
    7: The average vertical demand has been increasing for all skill levels.
    19: *'''[[Vertical Transport Feet Per Hour]]'''
  8. Main Page (2,156 bytes)
    8: |style="vertical-align:top" |
    25: |style="vertical-align:top" |
    33: |style="vertical-align:top" |
    42: |style="vertical-align:top" |
    51: |style="vertical-align:top" |
  9. Course Description Ski Cross (11,593 bytes)
    7: ...''2400m''', '''[[Finish]]''' at '''2170m''' '''[[Vertical Drop]]''' '''230 M'''
    24: '''[[Start]]''' '''[[Vertical Drop]]''' '''200 M''' Length '''1004 M'''
    33: Vertical Drop 260 meters, 2428M start / 2168M finish
    43: Vertical Drop: 185 meters
    53: Vertical Drop 200 meters, start 1520m / finish 1330m
  10. 4501 (4,139 bytes)
    6: == '''[[4501.1]]''' '''[[Vertical Drop]]''' ==
    7: ... '''130''' vertical meters to a maximum '''250''' vertical meters. The same course may be used for, men and ...
    17: '''[[Vertical Drop]]''': '''215m ± 35m'''
    23: '''[[Vertical Drop]]''': minimum '''165m'''
    29: '''[[Vertical Drop]]''': minimum '''130m'''
  11. Ski Cross Technical Data (1,067 bytes)
    1: == '''[[4501.1]]''' '''Vertical Drop''' ==
    2: ... '''130''' vertical meters to a maximum '''250''' vertical meters. The same course may be used for, men and ...
    12: Vertical Drop: '''215m ± 35m'''
    18: Vertical Drop: minimum '''165m'''
    24: Vertical Drop: minimum '''130m'''
  12. 1952 Olympic Report Norefjell (15,541 bytes)
    10: provide sufficient vertical differences.
    33: and a vertical rise of 1680 feet,
    74: 630 ft. a. s. l. The vertical descent thus was almost 2,500 ft. and the total l...
    77: The vertical descent thus was 1,265 ft. and total length 1,480...
    79: ...the finish beside the TC-house was at 630 ft. The vertical descent thus was 1,570 ft.
  13. Nadir (2,530 bytes)
    1: ...n; that is, it is one of two [[Vertical direction|vertical]] directions at a specified location, [[orthogona...
    3: ...ogy]]), the nadir at a given point is the local [[vertical direction]] pointing in the direction of the forc...
    11: *'''[[Vertical drop]]'''
  14. 4501.1 (844 bytes)
    1: ...a minimum of 130 vertical meters to a maximum 250 vertical meters. The same course may be used for, men and ...
    11: Vertical Drop: '''215m ± 35m'''
    17: Vertical Drop: minimum '''165m'''
    23: Vertical Drop: minimum '''130m'''
  15. Inclinometer (1,754 bytes)
    1: ...asurements – '''[[elevation]]''' change or '''[[vertical drop]]'''.|thumb|300px]]
    4: ...asurements – '''[[elevation]]''' change or '''[[vertical drop]]'''.
    22: *'''[[Vertical rise]]'''
  16. Capacity Analysis and Design (857 bytes)
    1: ...lculated by dividing vertical supply (VTF/Day) by Vertical Demand.
  17. Aerial Glossary (7,246 bytes)
    146: ...t]]''': A spin (rotation of the body around the [[vertical axis]]).
    148: ...: Three hundred and sixty (360) spin around the [[vertical axis]].
    150: ...Seven hundred and twenty (720) spins around the [[vertical axis]].
    152: ...red and twenty (720) spins Off-axis, around the [[vertical axis]].
  18. Ski lift (21,776 bytes)
    152: ...ated separately for each skill class. The average vertical demand has been increasing for all skill levels.
  19. Basic Snow Grooming (26,970 bytes)
    54: snowcats. Down pressure and blade trim (vertical angle) are all hydraulically controlled. “C-Bar...
    173: vertical cutting knives, which leave a finer textured prod...
    179: foot widths. Two rows of 2-inch long vertical cutter teeth are deployed by cranking the front o...
    188: for deeper renovation. The Ginzu’s vertical cutter teeth are mounted on a rotatable spring-te...
  20. Mountain Glossary (23,133 bytes)
    21: ...picuous isolated '''[[hill]]''' with steep, often vertical sides and a small, relatively flat top; it is sma...
    35: ...''[[Cliff]]''' is a significant vertical, or near vertical, '''[[rock]]''' exposure. Cliffs are formed as er...
    50: ...rlying soil, which applies a load that limits its vertical growth and promotes the formation of a lens-shape...

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