absolute altitude

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absolute altitude

n (Aviat) → absolute Höhe, Flughöhe füber Grund
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The plane's right wing lodged in one of the damaged trees, about 70 to 75 feet above ground level.
above ground level and has gained access to the platform from a tilted stepladder.
Features include the ability to pick products from as low as 4 inches above ground level and 180-degrees swivel for effortless pallet movement from one side of an aisle to the other, or for pallet extraction from a rack system into a loading or picking area.
When fully extended the crane will sit at 317 metres or 1,040 ft above ground level, making it seven metres taller than the building's eventual highest point (310 metres).
A report said the solar panels would be grouped in banks of 24 and attached to poles three metres above ground level.
According to the CFI, at approximately 400 feet above ground level, the engine began to "sputter.
The new Venture 350W lamps were fitted with solid reflectors within the existing luminaires to increase the lux level at 1 metre above ground level from 80 lux to 250 lux.
I would place the poles in the ground per your article, but wrap them tight from 12 inches above ground level to 18 inches below with some water- and air-tight material, such as polypropylene, to seal out both moisture and air.
Don't start thinking Stonehenge here, because the largest of the boulders stands just a metre above ground level.
Upon returning the top 10 inches of amended soil, you will have a bed that is raised several inches above ground level.
Stacked above ground level are three identical floors of student rooms economically double banked off a spinal corridor.
A pounds 279 return flight from London to Glasgow should probably include a cellophane-wrapped three-day old sandwich and water boiled thousands of feet above ground level gratis.