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Definition of Ridging

p. pr. & vb. n. of Ridge

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ridging - definition of ridging by the Free Online Dictionary ...

A long, narrow upper section or crest: the ridge of a wave. 2. A long, narrow chain of hills or mountains. Also called ridgeline. 3. A long, narrow elevation on the - Cached - Similar

planting and ridging

Planting and ridging. Potatoes on ridges. Growing potatoes on ridges allows shallow planting, since later in the season a ridge is build to protect tubers with - Cached

Nail ridges: Cause for concern? -

9 Jul 2011 ... Vertical nail ridges are fairly common and often become more prominent with age - Cached - Similar

ridging - National Snow and Ice Data Center

Sutures - ridged: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia

19 Apr 2012 ... Considerations. The skull of an infant or young child is made up of bony plates that allow for growth of the skull. The borders at which these - Cached - Similar

Conserving Natural Resources in Illinois Ridging

Water. 3. Fuel, equipment, and labor costs are all less with ridge till when compared to conventional tillage. 4. Ridge till often allows earlier planting than conven- - Similar


REPAIR OF GYPSUM BOARD. JOINT RIDGING. (GA-221-2000). Joint ridging, also called beading, is a uniform, fine line deformation occurring at gypsum board - Cached

Ridges enhance summer heat -

Source: USA TODAY research by Chad Palmer, Graphic by Kevin A. Kepple. Ridges enhance summer heat. By Chad Palmer, For people who - Cached - Similar