The measurement from base to top or (of a standing person) from head to foot
columns rising to 65 feet in height
both men were of average height
Elevation above ground or a recognized level (typically sea level)
the glider is gaining height
The quality of being tall or high
his height seems to work to his advantage
A high place or area
he's terrified of heights
The most intense part or period of something
the height of the tourist season
at the height of his career
they took consumerism to new heights
An extreme instance or example of something
it would be the height of bad manners not to attend the wedding
the vertical dimension of extension; distance from the base of something to the top
acme: the highest level or degree attainable; the highest stage of development; "his landscapes were deemed the acme of beauty"; "the artist's gifts are at their acme"; "at the height of her career"; "the peak of perfection"; "summer was at its peak"; "... ...
stature: (of a standing person) the distance from head to foot
altitude: elevation especially above sea level or above the earth's surface; "the altitude gave her a headache"
(heights) high: a high place; "they stood on high and observed the countryside"; "he doesn't like heights"
In mathematics, the height of an element g of an abelian group A is an invariant that captures its divisibility properties: it is the largest natural number N such that the equation Nx = g has a solution x ∈ A, or symbol ∞ if the largest number with this property does not exist. ...
Height is a 2009 Indie rock album by John Nolan. It was his first solo album.
Height is the measurement of vertical distance.
Height is the stage name of Dan Keech, an alternative hip hop musician from Baltimore.
In commutative algebra, the height of a prime ideal ' in a ring ' is the number of strict inclusions in the longest chain of prime ideals contained in ' . Then the height of an ideal I is the infimum of the heights of all prime ideals containing I. ...
(Heights (ESTK Song)) Heights is Metalcore song performed and written by Eyes Set To Kill from their second album The World Outside. It was released June 2, 2009 as the first single of the album.
(Heights) The positioning of the bifocal line or the optical centre for progressive and single vision lenses.
(The Heights) The run-down but loved neighborhood adjacent to South Campus where thousands of UB students live.
Vertical measurement from the withers to the ground; referred to usually as shoulder height.
horses are measured from the ground to the top of the withers in 'hands.' One hand is four inches. The average horse is 15 to 16 hands. 17 hands is very tall and only unusual specimens reach 18 hands. Some horses, especially in the West, are smaller. ...
The word height comes into English through the German and is related to words like hop hupp and heap. ...
(n.) in graph theory, height is the length of the longest path from the root of a tree to one of its leaves.
1) The vertical measurement of an emblem, shield, charge or badge when detailing the dimensions - but see ‘width 3)’ (also ‘dimensions’ and ‘width across’)
Flying a wind generator close to the ground is like mounting solar panels in the shade! Your wind generator should be located at least 30 feet above any obstruction within 300 feet in any direction-- many sources recommend even more. ...
Measument from Top to Bottom
(in Height of Mount Everest (Everest, Mount))
is usually to the top of the plant, or the flower canes in Hybrid “Ts”. The catalogue will say something like ‘grows to 4’. It’s presumed that the foot print will have a diameter of approximately two feet around unless it’s specifically pointed out in the description to be larger.
In AFM topography images, the third dimension, Z, at a given X,Y coordinate pair, is the relative height of the sample surface at those coordinates. AFM height measurements are generally calibrated against height standards. These standard dimensions are often confirmed with methods other than SPM.
The vertical placement of a neume above the Latin text. One can think of 'height' as corresponding roughly to the pitch of a note. Especially in early neumed documents, however, neume height might only be a general indicator of melodic direction. ...