superelevated

superelevated

(ˌsuːpərˈɛlɪˌveɪtɪd)
adj
1. (Civil Engineering) civil engineering constructed on a bank or raised surface
2. extremely high
3. (Chemistry) chem with greatly increased chemical concentrations or levels
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Wet weather crash data at intersections, on curves and superelevated sections, were not considered due to other contributing factors to crash.
(40) At the culmination point of its development, the complex score becomes superelevated by text and melody of the medieval Te Deum, concluding an ingenious, artful, magnificent hymn of praise with a purposefully universal claim--the angels unite with the peoples of all nations.
Jacques Maritain, who held the two-end position, openly admitted that "the actual natural end of the world is this natural end superelevated" by God's constant free grace at work in the world (102).
For the first time, a product was not superelevated, but given a down-to-earth portrayal with a clear reference to customer benefit.
(21) [A]s a result of the achievement of grace, as a result of grace [penetrating and] perfecting [and transforming] nature, nature is superelevated in its own order....
As Maritain puts it, I have long insisted on this point--that as a result of the achievement of grace, as a result of grace [penetrating and] perfecting [and transforming] nature, nature is superelevated in its own order.
When the wire was installed in the spiral that transitions from the straight tangent section to the 18 percent superelevated curve, it sometimes was placed as much as 25 mm laterally from the theoretical centerline on which it should have been placed.
Growth and stomatal behavior of hydroponically cultured potato (Solarium tuberosum L.) at elevated and superelevated [CO.sub.2].
Some people with superelevated cholesterol levels might still need cholestyramine, but everyone with high cholesterol should be encouraged to eat at least one clove of garlic a day.
To prevent melted snow from refreezing on superelevated ramps or curves, snow should be plowed to the low side of the roadway during emergency snow removal unless it is possible to push or wing it over the high side edge of the shoulder fine or ditch.
The 2.9-km oval track consists of two tangent (straight-line) pieces and the superelevated curves connecting them.