elevation, lift, raising(noun)
the event of something being raised upward
"an elevation of the temperature in the afternoon"; "a raising of the land resulting from volcanic activity"
upbringing, fosterage, rise, height, rhytidectomy, fostering, aggrandisement, aggrandizement, aerodynamic lift, peak, lift, raising, airlift, face lift, rearing, nurture, bringing up, nip and tuck, ski tow, natural elevation, tiptop, cosmetic surgery, heave, rhytidoplasty, meridian, breeding, acme, raise, pinnacle, ski lift, elevator, top, superlative, facelift, summit, face lifting, altitude
acme, height, elevation, peak, pinnacle, summit, superlative, meridian, tiptop, top(noun)
the highest level or degree attainable; the highest stage of development
"his landscapes were deemed the acme of beauty"; "the artist's gifts are at their acme"; "at the height of her career"; "the peak of perfection"; "summer was at its peak"; "...catapulted Einstein to the pinnacle of fame"; "the summit of his ambition"; "so many highest superlatives achieved by man"; "at the top of his profession"
top of the inning, bloom, heyday, efflorescence, blossom, teetotum, crown, upper side, aggrandisement, visor, aggrandizement, crest, line of longitude, lift, peak, stature, point, upside, spinning top, vizor, prime, big top, apex, round top, raising, eyeshade, tallness, natural elevation, extremum, top side, whirligig, meridian, superlative degree, acme, circus tent, pinnacle, flower, flush, cover, bill, summit meeting, top, superlative, height, tiptop, vertex, summit, tip, altitude
elevation, EL, altitude, ALT(noun)
angular distance above the horizon (especially of a celestial object)
top, aggrandisement, raising, height, tiptop, lift, pinnacle, overhead railway, elevated, elevated railroad, altitude, meridian, aggrandizement, superlative, elevated railway, peak, natural elevation, acme, summit
natural elevation, elevation(noun)
a raised or elevated geological formation
distance of something above a reference point (such as sea level)
"there was snow at the higher elevations"
(ballet) the height of a dancer's leap or jump
"a dancer of exceptional elevation"
drawing of an exterior of a structure
aggrandizement, aggrandisement, elevation(noun)
the act of increasing the wealth or prestige or power or scope of something
"the aggrandizement of the king"; "his elevation to cardinal"
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On average, there about 12 fatalities in the park per year, but a small percentage of those are from fatal falls, the causes of those deaths range from heat, to drowning, to medical issues and more. High elevation plays a role in some of the fatalities.
You'd normally expect to see different plant ages in different topographical conditions. A high elevation location might hold onto its ice longer, for example, but the magnitude of warming is so high that everything is melting everywhere now.
The elevation is the factor, people get in trouble because they do not realize it will be much more of a workout coming up.
However, Ellison’s past associations and commentsmay trouble more moderate voters. Ellison’s 2006 run for Keith Ellison seat was plunged into controversy after the conservative PowerLineBlog.com found he had once identified with Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam and in 1998 was referring to himself as Keith X Ellison and Keith Ellison-Muhammed. The Washington Post reported that Keith Ellison had defended Farrakhan against accusations of anti-Semitism in 1989 and in 1990 had called affirmative action a sneaky form of compensation for slavery, calling instead for reparations. When the controversy erupted in 2006, Keith Ellison acknowledged Keith Ellison had worked with the group, but only for 18 months to help organize Farrakhan's 1995 Million Man March. Keith Ellison distanced Keith Ellison from both Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam, and said Keith Ellison had n’t scruitinized the group's anti-Semitic positions appropriately. They were and are anti-Semitic, and I should have come to that conclusion earlier than I did, Keith Ellison said. Yet it is n’t the only controversy for Keith Ellison. In 2007, Keith Ellison made a comparison between Bush and 9/11 to Hitler and the 1933 Reichstag fire. 9/11 is the juggernaut in American history and it allows... it's almost like, you know, the Reichstag fire, after the Reichstag was burned, they blamed the Communists for it, and it put the leader of that country [ Hitler ] in a position where he could basically have authority to do whatever he wanted. He later clarified that he did indeed believe that Usama bin Laden was responsible for the terror attacks. But it was n’t the only controversy for Ellison in 2007, as he also backed a movement to impeach then-Vice President Dick Cheney over his alleged fabrication of intelligence about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. However, Brad Bannon believes that Ellison’s Muslim heritage could be a boost not a burden, especially in light of Trump’s elevation Sunday of controversial Breitbart boss Steve Bannon to chief strategist.
But to do that you had to have the stairway, and if you had the stairway, how do you not destroy the front elevation -- which is what America thinks of the Brady house, i thought it was absolutely impossible.
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- възвишеност, възвишение, издигане, височинаBulgarian
- elevació, alçatCatalan, Valencian
- Elevation, Erheben, Höhe, Erhebung, Aufriss, Hebung, HöhenwinkelGerman
- korkeus, nosto, parantaminen, nostaminen, kohottaminen, korotus, kohotus, elevaatio, korottaminenFinnish
- àrdachadhScottish Gaelic
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