Ridge definition

Ridge means a lengthened elevation of overburden removed from its natural position and deposited elsewhere in the process of surface mining.
Ridge means overburden removed from its natural position and deposited elsewhere in the shape of a long, narrow elevation.
Ridge means a lengthened elevation of overburden created in the surface mining process;

Examples of Ridge in a sentence

  • For the purpose of Article C.26 the major geographic areas of the school district are deemed to be Chetwynd and contiguous area, Xxxxxx Creek and contiguous area, and Tumbler Ridge.

  • Each User will maintain a minimum coverage of $2,000,000 of general business liability insurance, including product liability insurance, with Blue Ridge Food Ventures, LLC named as “added named insured” on each policy.

  • The Users covenant and agree to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Blue Ridge Food Ventures, LLC, and its employees from all claims, costs, and liability arising from or in connection with damages, injuries to persons (including death), or property in, upon, or about the BRFV premises, or any portions thereof, or resulting from the sale, distribution, and use of any product manufactured by the User on the BRFV premises.

  • For the purposes of interpretation of this section the major geographic regions in School District No. 59 are: Chetwynd and contiguous area, Xxxxxx Creek and contiguous area, and Tumbler Ridge.

  • The area of BC inclusive of: Abbotsford, Aldergrove, Anmore, Belcarra, Burnaby, Chilliwack, Coquitlam, Delta, Langley (City and Township), Maple Ridge, Mission, New Westminster, North Vancouver (City and District), Pitt Xxxxxxx, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Richmond, Surrey, West Vancouver and White Rock.


More Definitions of Ridge

Ridge means the elongated crest or series of crests at the apex or uppermost point of intersection between two opposite slopes or sides of a mountain and includes all land within 100 feet below the elevation of any portion of such line or surface along the crest.
Ridge means the elongated crest or series of crests at the apex or uppermost point of intersection
Ridge means a lengthened elevation of spoil created in the open-cut mining process;
Ridge means the highest point of any roof other than a flat roof including mansard, saddle, hip, gable, gambrel, or ogee roofs. On flat roofs, “Ridge” means the coping.
Ridge means a lengthened elevation of overburden created
Ridge means “Broadridge” when Broadridge is obligated to perform on behalf of Ridge under to Section 1.A(ii)(a).
Ridge means a topographic feature consisting of a continuous elevated crest of land at least 50 metres in length, where the ground slope perpendicular and downslope of both sides of the crest exceeds 20% for a distance of at least 20 metres (all distances measured as slope distance).