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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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In the following 40 years, the fearsome and seemingly never-ending arduous 2,400 metres crest line has been unsuccessfully attempted repeatedly by many of the world's leading alpinists.
The front of the car is also underscored by a new headlight assembly with a more horizontal development which is designed to follow the crest line of the front wheel arches.
The front of the car is also includes a new headlight assembly with a more horizontal development which is designed to follow the crest line of the front wheel arches.
The female imaged crest line is at L4.44 (row 5) whereas the imaged male crest line is slightly higher at L4.13 (row 11).
Grooves run perpendicular to the crest line. They may have been carved by water or ice or wind.
The percentage length of the unilateral alveolar ridge crest line from the middle of the alveolar ridge (MA) to the apex of the retromolar pad (ARP) were the mesio-distal midpoint of each tooth position, which could be set in the IC, lateral incisor (IL), canine (Ca), first premolar (P1), second premolar (P2), first molar (M1), and second molar regions (M2) on the alveolar ridge crest.
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."
(P&G) continues to add new toothpastes to its Crest line, first introduced to the United States in 1955.
The new Crest line follows a path blazed by Hello Products LLC, which launched its line of distinctively flavored toothpastes, toothbrushes, mouthwash and breath sprays last March.
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.