crest line

crest line

[′krest ‚līn]
(geology)
The line connecting the highest points on the same bed of an anticline in an infinite number of cross sections.
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He crossed the crest line but there was a second crest and due to a lack of height he hit rocks before the second crest.
Based on an evaluation of the plan, the Bennetts' engineering expert testified that everything north of the crest line should drain north and everything south of the crest line should drain south.
The Niagara Falls brings with it six million cubic feet of water every minute (enough to fill a million bath tubs) over a crest line which dips 180 feet into the Niagara River.
The falls are well-known for both their beauty and their hydroelectric power; more than six million cubic feet of water pours over the crest line every minute in high flow, and almost 4 million cubic feet on average.
As they peered out into the gloom, Turner got a fix on a figure moving back over the crest line.
This year, P&G expanded the Crest line with the introduction of a tea essence variant.
A crest line runs from the center of the schnabel's chin, along the bottom center of the forend, to dissect an apex formed by the checkering pattern.
To its front is the river and wooded boundary to the B4396 and sloping up behind, the wooded crest line.
CNP is promoting the Wind Crest line as "exceptionally high value through a combination of design, craftsmanship and quality at an attractive price point.
NASDAQ: ATHN), a leading provider of internet-based business services for physician practices, today announced that on September 5th the Company completed its acquisition of the assets of Crest Line Technologies, LLC (d.
NASDAQ: ATHN), a leading provider of internet-based business services for physician practices, today announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the assets of Crest Line Technologies, LLC (d.