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-An imaginary line that combines the steepest pitch and most direct line, from top to bottom, of any slope. +'''[[Fall line]]''' is an imaginary line that combines the steepest pitch and most direct line, from top to bottom, of any slope.
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 +A line perpendicular to the contour, which has the greatest pull of '''[[gravity]]'''. The line a round ball would roll down if the slope was free from obstructions.
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 +== Also see ==
 +*'''[[Slope]]'''
 +*'''[[Grade]]'''
 +*'''[[Inclinometer]]'''
 +*'''[[Mountain]]'''
 +*'''[[Grade]]'''
 +*'''[[Slope Length]]'''
 +*'''[[Average Grade]]'''
 +*'''[[Landforms]]'''
 +*'''[[Vertical Transport Feet Per Hour]]'''
 +*'''[[Lift Capacity Per Hour]]'''
 +*'''[[Lift Line Speed]]'''
 +*'''[[Ski lift]]'''
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-Return to [[Mogul Glossary]] or [[Freestyle Skiing]]+Return to '''[[Mogul Glossary]], [[Change of Direction]] or [[Freestyle Skiing]]'''
-[[Category:Freestyle Glossary]]+[[Category:Freestyle Skiing]][[Category:Freestyle Glossary]]

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Fall line is an imaginary line that combines the steepest pitch and most direct line, from top to bottom, of any slope.

A line perpendicular to the contour, which has the greatest pull of gravity. The line a round ball would roll down if the slope was free from obstructions.


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