aheight

aheight

(əˈhaɪt)
adv
at a significant height
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The volume dam reservoir is7.4 billion cubic meters in flood conditions and 5.6 billion cubic meters a normal level of 220 meter.In point of view of water storage, Karkheh dam is the largest dam in Iran's history dam with dam crest length of 3030m, aheight from foundation of 127m, a crest width of 12m and a maximum foundation width of 1,100m.
The pitch was as awful as I have seen and as a result the ball spent far too much time up aheight for my liking.
Aheight minimum of 1.30metres meant Rebecca was not tall enough for the white knuckle rides, so that gave me a blessed excuse to side step them too, although they'd be a guaranteed hit with teenagers and all grown ups who are kids at heart.
The Civil Aviation Authority has allowed the Dakota to fly over Lime Street at aheight of just 1,000 ft.