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  1. Cliff (1,435 bytes)
    1: ...''[[Cliff]]''' is a significant vertical, or near vertical, '''[[rock]]''' exposure. Cliffs are formed as er...
    3: ...''[[Cliff]]''' is a significant vertical, or near vertical, '''[[rock]]''' exposure.
  2. Height (1,050 bytes)
    1: ...humb|200px|'''[[Height]]''' is the measurement of vertical distance, but has two meanings in common use. ]]
    2: '''[[Height]]''' is the measurement of vertical distance, but has two meanings in common use.
    4: ... '''[[altitude]]'''. Height is measured along the vertical (y) axis between a specified point and another po...
    12: * '''[[Vertical drop]]'''
  3. 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]]'''
  4. 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]]'''
  5. Moguls (7,694 bytes)
    37: ...tilted '''[[primary rotation]]''' off of the '''[[vertical axis]]'''. The upper body rotates in the directio...
    39: ... a tilted '''[[primary rotation]]''' off of the [[vertical axis]]. The upper body rotates in the direction o...
    41: ... axis. An additional axis of rotation on the '''[[vertical axis]]''' is initiated with the rotation of the u...
  6. Zenith (1,758 bytes)
    4: ...rticular location; that is, it is one of two '''[[vertical]]''' directions at the location, orthogonal to a ...
    6: ...s and related sciences (e.g., meteorology) as the vertical direction opposite to the net gravitational force...
    12: *'''[[Vertical drop]]'''
  7. Landform (17,327 bytes)
    31: ...''[[Cliff]]''' is a significant vertical, or near vertical, '''[[rock]]''' exposure. Cliffs are formed as er...
    35: ...''. A couloir may be a seam, scar, or fissure, or vertical [[crevasse]] in an otherwise '''[[solid]]''' '''[...
  8. Ravine (2,930 bytes)
    2: ...lowland. 3. '''[[Gully]]''': A newly formed, near-vertical-walled channel. '''4. Headwater''' '''[[Erosion]]...
  9. 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 ...
  10. Landform Gallery (16,989 bytes)
    23: ...''[[Cliff]]''' is a significant vertical, or near vertical, '''[[rock]]''' exposure. Cliffs are formed as er...
    25: ...''. A couloir may be a seam, scar, or fissure, or vertical [[crevasse]] in an otherwise '''[[solid]]''' '''[...
  11. Rosa Khutor RUS (4,542 bytes)
    13: ...Peak at 2,320 meters (7,610 ft), yielding a total vertical drop of over a mile at 1,760 meters (5,770 ft).
    15: ... is at Roza Plateau at 1,170 meters (3,840 ft), a vertical drop of 1,150 meters (3,770 ft) from the summit. ...
    17: ... alpine racing events at 940 meters (3,080 ft), a vertical drop of 1,380 meters (4,530 ft) from the summit o...
  12. 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%...
  13. General Definitions (54,356 bytes)
    211: ...asurements – '''[[elevation]]''' change or '''[[vertical drop]]'''.
  14. Ski Cross Reaction Time Measurement (2,704 bytes)
    26: ...eters down the course as measured from the closed vertical gate (maybe it becomes 3 meters)
    54: ...eters down the course as measured from the closed vertical gate (maybe it becomes 3 meters)
  15. Back Full (2,309 bytes)
    1: ... axis. An additional axis of rotation on the '''[[vertical axis]]''' is initiated with the rotation of the u...
    8: An additional axis of rotation on the '''[[vertical axis]]''' is initiated with the rotation of the u...
  16. 7O (1,873 bytes)
    1: ...tilted '''[[primary rotation]]''' off of the '''[[vertical axis]]'''. The upper body rotates in the directio...
    4: ... a tilted '''[[primary rotation]]''' off of the [[vertical axis]]. The upper body rotates in the direction o...
  17. Loop Full (551 bytes)
    1: ...egrees in the lateral axis and 360 degrees in the vertical axis. Then the skier flexes and prepares for the ...
  18. 4501.1.1 (276 bytes)
    1: ...a minimum of 130 vertical meters to a maximum 250 vertical meters. The same course may be used for, men and ...
  19. Wind (1,386 bytes)
    5: ...note almost exclusively the horizontal component. Vertical winds are usually identified as such.
  20. Altitude (1,300 bytes)
    3: Vertical distance measurements in the "down" direction are...
    14: * '''[[Vertical drop]]'''

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