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climb

[klīm]
(aerospace engineering)
The gain in altitude of an aircraft.

climb

i. Ascending flight.
ii. The portion of flight operation between takeoff and the initial cruising altitude. Also called climb-out.
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All ages are welcome to climb the wall, and on any given open climb night one might find half a dozen to 30 YMCA members, age 8 to 80, climbing the wall.
Robots are literally climbing the walls these days, thanks to a gecko-inspired robot called Stickybot.
FIREFIGHTERS are climbing the walls after inviting children and youth groups into their training tower.
I was climbing the walls and didn't miss a second of Kapalua action.
As more physical education classes are getting squeezed out due to overloaded schedules and tightened school budgets, many Texas schools are offering a new kind of program: climbing the walls.
Excited schoolchildren were climbing the walls at the launch of a new adventure sports centre in Sunderland.
Aimed fire was then returned against some of the demonstrators, who were now climbing the walls.
It was significant fire and aimed fire was then returned against some of the demonstrators, the agitating persons who were now climbing the walls.