ridge

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  • The oldest parts of the town are located on an east-west ridge.
  • The city is named after the slight ridge that ran through the city.
  • In the process, they cut through the ridges rather than flow around them.
  • They found a passage by following the top of a ridge.
  • Only the latter five remain today, and all are in Park Ridge.
  • Straight Mountain is a small, narrow ridge which runs nearly through the center of the town.
  • The route they took was via the west flank and the north-west ridge.
  • The city centre is located on one of these ridges, with the main government area on another.
  • The importance of the location was that it was at a pass in a mountain ridge.
  • Ridge did not join any political party, but was active in radical causes.
  • A mid-level ridge forced a west-northwest track away from the Mexican coast.
  • The normal route to the summit goes along the south-east ridge.
  • From the top of the Ridge, the ocean as well as the sound can be seen.
  • However, no geological ridge in the river has ever been located directly beneath the castle.
  • The Blue Ridge Mountains run along the eastern part of the county.
  • They do though plan on keeping certain operations in Park Ridge.
  • It is possible that natural ridges and water sources were followed instead.
  • The hurricane continued its west-northwestern track around a mid-level ridge to its north.
  • The open summit of the hill lies at the northern end of a mile-long north-south ridge.
  • Located to the south of a mid-level ridge, the depression moved to the west-northwest.
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Meaning of ridge

  • noun A long narrow natural elevation or striation
  • noun Any long raised strip
  • noun A long narrow natural elevation on the floor of the ocean
  • noun A long narrow range of hills
  • noun Any long raised border or margin of a bone or tooth or membrane
  • noun A beam laid along the edge where two sloping sides of a roof meet at the top; provides an attachment for the upper ends of rafters
  • verb Extend in ridges
    The land ridges towards the South
  • verb Plough alternate strips by throwing the furrow onto an unploughed strip
  • verb Throw soil toward (a crop row) from both sides
    He ridged his corn
  • verb Spade into alternate ridges and troughs
    ridge the soil
  • verb Form into a ridge