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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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"Although the Alpine Trilogy was the long-term goal, I took on each climb as a goal in itself.
When asked why she chose to climb Broad Peak, Ms Bierling said: 'I have no business on K2.
While it takes 8 minutes for a man to climb up an Areca nut tree, bike reduces the time to 30 seconds to 1 minute.
He didn't falter and continued on with his climb of the mountain, tearing his trousers and tattering his shoes along the way.
"The individual will learn basic techniques, body positioning and how to climb. Helpfully, I also have automatic belay systems, a device that takes up the slack as a climber ascends the climbing wall.
Robert said he planned on climbing the Makati tower months back for it is high and has an "interesting shape." He said he conducted research via Google Earth, citing that he initially thought GT Tower was easy to climb.
What really motivates me to climb harder and harder is not necessarily that I want to push my limits or show who's best, but climbing harder and harder routes makes it more fun.
It also teaches safety by using a Belay string to climb the wall without fear.
Rock Climb Wall is located in the center court with a tower about 20 feet tall and several routes with different degrees of difficulty.
Researchers have observed that different conditions may alter physiological responses during climbing, such as: slope of the climb (24,32), the surface and the types of holds (4,25), the speed and direction of the movements (4,6), the size of the route and the style of ascent (13,12,14) among others.
SNOWDOME Climb has arrived - the ultimate climbing adventure for all the family.
"You climb to the top and then jump down," Miller says.