Noun(1) the event of something being raised upward(2) the highest level or degree attainable; the highest stage of development(3) angular distance above the horizon (especially of a celestial object(4) a raised or elevated geological formation(5) distance of something above a reference point (such as sea level(6) (ballet(7) drawing of an exterior of a structure(8) the act of increasing the wealth or prestige or power or scope of something
(1) Most often, the transaminase elevation either stabilizes or improves, while the drug is continued.(2) Pibal input includes the angles of elevation and azimuth of the balloon at whole-minute time intervals for three different weights of balloons.(3) For example, water boils at lower temperatures as pressure decreases with increasing elevation .(4) Their elevation to management level coincided with the development of Irish Permanent's branch network.(5) They are funny, warm, literate and proud - if somewhat bewildered by their sudden elevation , in little more than a generation, from a backward agrarian society to the cutting edge of the new Europe.(6) Another alternative is to work at an angle of elevation of about 32Ôö¼Ôûæ, which is quite insensitive to distribution of leaf inclination.(7) as every gunner knows, increasing the elevation beyond five degrees can be a risky business(8) The difference in elevation provides climatic diversity.(9) a network of microclimates created by sharp differences in elevation(10) a burglar alarm was displayed on the front elevation(11) an elevation of 300 metres(12) Again, like my first answer, the higher elevation provides superior positioning when on defense.(13) The problem is to assess how much of his vision he owed to his elevation , to his position in history and to the work of his predecessors and contemporaries, and how much to the keenness of his own sight.(14) Earlier studies have shown that elevation of membrane cholesterol increases the stiffness of membrane lipid bilayers in artificial membrane vesicles.(15) They were driving north when they witnessed a peculiar object directly ahead of them at an angle of elevation of 75 degrees.(16) Snow coverage lasts from the beginning of November until the end of June and noon-time solar elevation angles vary between 20 and 66 deg.
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Different Formselevation, elevations
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