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  • 61height·en — …

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  • 62Height restriction laws — are laws that restrict the maximum height of structures. Height restriction laws are always applied for the surroundings of airports, because too tall structures of any kind are always a danger for flight safety.Height restriction laws are not… …

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  • 63Height adjustable suspension — is a feature of certain automobile suspension (vehicle) systems that allow the motorist to vary the ride height or ground clearance. Such a feature requires fairly sophisticated engineering.Height adjustment is most often achieved by air or oil… …

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  • 64Height (disambiguation) — Height is the measurement of vertical distance.Height may also refer to:*Height (musician), a Baltimore hip hop artist *Height (ring theory), a measurement in commutative algebra *Height of a polynomial, the maximum of the magnitudes of a… …

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  • 65Height 611 UFO incident — refers to an alleged UFO crash in Dalnegorsk, Primorsky Krai, USSR, on January 29, 1986. Height 611 (also known as Mount Izvestkovaya) is a hill located on the territory of the town. View of Height 611 …

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  • 66Height of Roman Fashion — is an American rock band whose members originally hail from Joliet, Illinois (a suburb of Chicago, Illinois). The power trio formed in 2004 when long time collaborators bassist/vocalist Brahm Taylor and guitarist Marc Kaducak asked drummer Scott… …

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  • 67Height Modernization — is the name of a series of state by state programs recently begun by the United States National Geodetic Survey, a division of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The goal of each state program is to place GPS base stations at… …

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  • 68Height above average terrain — (HAAT) (or less popularly, EHAAT, Effective Height Above Average Terrain) is used extensively in FM radio and television, as it is actually much more important than effective radiated power (ERP) in determining the range of broadcasts (VHF and… …

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  • 69height to paper — n. the standard height of type from face to feet, equal in the U.S. to .9186 inch * * * …

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  • 70height-to-paper — height′ to pa′per n. pri the standard height of printing type, measured from the foot to the face, in the U.S. 0.918 inch (2.33 cm) • Etymology: 1765–75 …

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  • 71height to paper — n. the standard height of type from face to feet, equal in the U.S. to .9186 inch …

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  • 72Height-weight proportional — (HWP) refers to a body type that is not overweight. It is often seen in personal ads, indicating that the poster does not consider him or herself to be overweight, without knowing their true body mass index (BMI) …

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  • 73Height of the Rockies Provincial Park — is a provincial park in the Canadian Rockies of south eastern British Columbia, Canada.It is located west of the condinental divide (the British Columbia/Alberta Border) …

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  • 74Height of Danger — is a Hardy Boys novel.Ken Gibson, world famous winter competitor, is marked for death in the Austrian Alps, because of living a double life. The Hardys are, coincidentally, there also, and study Gibson s case, only to find themselves facing an… …

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  • 75height of land — ☆ height of land n. Cdn. a watershed * * * …

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  • 76height of one's ambition — index objective Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 77height of perfection — index paragon Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 78height of land — ☆ height of land n. Cdn. a watershed …

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  • 79height-to-pa|per — «HYT tu PAY puhr», noun. the standard and customary distance from the feet to the face of modern printing type (in the United States, 0.9186 inch; in Great Britain, 0.918 inch) …

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  • 80Height and intelligence — A positive correlation exists between human IQ and height within national populations. [Wilson DM, Hammer LD, Duncan PM et al. Growth and intellectual development. Pediatrics 1986;78:646–50.] [Walker SP, Grantham McGregor SM, Powell CA, Chang SM …

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