gradient

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It may have been the gradient of the hills, but somehow her gait had lost something of its buoyancy.

The 'ways' sloped at a gradient of one foot in twelve, and had iron surfaces.

We march to our crises by a gradient, every step of which is a moral decision.

Their gradient is commonly greater than that of the present rivers.

The gradient steepened, the snow was hard, and the axe was invoked.

It is thus that a gradient of one in four becomes a necessity.

This gradient is not uniform, but diminishes at greater depths.

In summer, when the gradient is steepest, convection reaches its maximum.

But Brown didn't answer; he just looked thoughtfully at the gradient.

She was toiling along, for the gradient just there was steep.

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