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You can summit crests like 10,064-foot Mount San Antonio and 8,985-foot Telegraph Peak right out the gates of Mount Baldy Resort in the San Gabriel Mountains.

Pernigotti suffered only a ruptured Achilles tendon and, with his partner’s help, made it to the crest, where a helicopter came to his rescue.

The distance between each crest, or tip, of a wave is its wavelength.

The 2020 Dodgers may represent a rare opportunity, the crest of a franchise’s talent-rich era.

Wavelength is the distance from one point on a wave to an identical point on the next, such as from crest to crest or from trough to trough.

The upper path returns to the road along the crest of the bank, and a few steps brings the tourist to Fort Clinton.

At a distance of about two miles from our camp was the crest of a low swell in the Plains.

All around us I saw deep beds of snow, but nowhere such blocks of ice as M. Deser found upon the crest of the Jungfrau.

As he spoke, he and Roly were approaching the crest of a low hill.

At the top of the sheet the crest (if the family of the bride has the right to use one) is embossed without color.

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