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In other words, the slope of the power spectrum was steeper.
Don’t forget your soft goods, though—staying warm and dry on the slopes makes any day more fun.
HOW TO WASH YOUR SKI KITJOE JACKSONJANUARY 30, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
Exercise has moved from the slopes and onto basement treadmills or stationary bikes, with a few squats and push-ups mixed in.
Luckily the best ski goggles offer anti-fogging technology to keep your goggles free of condensation and your vision sharply on the slopes.
Instead, they searched for factors, such as wind speed and slope, that could help them predict a fire’s next move in real time.
The slope of her nose and the angle of her chin are exactly the same as they were 7,300 or so days ago.
OUR FRAGILE OPTIMISMSUSANNA SCHROBSDORFFJANUARY 17, 2021TIME
Surfing, you might think, is similar to snowboarding, and it is, in the simplest terms of maintaining balance on a plank that’s going down a slope.
Some escaped to ski slopes and beach resorts to kick the year off in a different setting while others chose to stay home and get glammed up for the living room.
County officials reasoned that the wall’s slope would be less damaging to the beach, even though the project’s environmental assessment concluded otherwise.
Unfortunately, the best maps of the planet — from NASA’s Magellan orbiter in the 1990s — can’t tell engineers how steep the slopes are in tessera terrain.

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