ridgetop


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ridgetop

(ˈrɪdʒˌtɒp)
n
(Physical Geography) the summit of a ridge
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From this location, Chris had easy access to another ridgetop where he could check for deer activity on an additional series of hillsides and bottomlands.
Let's say you're standing on a ridgetop in Colorado and spot a herd of elk feeding in a distant meadow.
I sat on a rock at the base of a long ridge while my buddies walked the ridgetop toward me.
Best Active Surface Mine: Ridgetop Development LLC, Wise County.
Among exhibiting companies, Ridgetop Group highlighted IoT-enabled measurement systems.
Commuters on Interstate 630 will notice the new landmark, peeking through the ridgetop foliage just south of the freeway and west of Woodland Heights in between the Rodney Parham and Barrow interchanges.
But Mrs Denhalter's husband Scot thinks a broken water pipe at a ridgetop might have caused the crash.
It's tempting to set these issues aside in recognition of the fact that 50 years from now, people would simply be thankful that their grandparents had the foresight to gain public ownership of the flanks of a ridgetop above the LCC basin.
Winnett Vineyards The ridgetop winery barn of the Winnetts (right, page 40) overlooks the Trinity River.