Ridge crest

Ridge crest

A linear ornamental device; usually composed of metal, attached to the crest of a roof, providing a transition to the sky.

ridge crest

The ornamentation of the ridge of a roof.
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The objective of the drilling is to expand the known area of magnesite along the ridge crest, where past drilling and a 100 tonne bulk sample were recently completed in June (see press release dated June 9, 2016).
From the ridge crest one gains an impressive panoramic view of the Muthaymimah Formation outcropping in the core of the syncline north of the ridge.
The thickness was measured in the alveolar ridge crest (T), buccal (B1-B4), and lingual (L1-L4) alveolar ridge mucosa.
Reuter tossed his own grenade over the ridge crest.
Tissue displacement occurred to a variable extent with all materials, although the largest displacement occurred over the ridge crest when using the rubber impression material.
The distance between the lower border of the artery and the alveolar crest (A), bone height from the sinus floor to the ridge crest (B), distance from the artery to the medial sinus wall (C), and the diameter and location of the artery were determined (Figure 1); occurrence of sinus septa and membrane thickening were also recorded from CBCT scans.
Kunsman and MaryAnn Kunsman, 1055 Ridge Crest Drive, Wenatchee.
Once used as a reservoir the hill slopes at the head of the valley rise to a knobbly ridge crest of Crimpiau.
This movement of water propels currents along the bottom of the canyons to flow up toward the ridge crest.
Ridge Crest Cleaning Limited is one of the fastest growing companies in the UK.
If you look closely, you can see that each segment typically has two components: a broad, gentle swell, and a narrow and steeper ridge crest, usually on one side of the swell.