Upper may refer to:
- Shoe upper or vamp, the part of a shoe on the top of the foot
- Stimulant, drugs which induce temporary improvements in either mental or physical function or both
Other articles related to "upper":
... square kilometres (859 sq mi), and is divided into the Upper Harz (Oberharz) in the northwest, which is up to 800 m high, apart from the 1,100 m high Brocken ... and Mansfeld-Südharz in the north and east, and Nordhausen in the south.The districts of the Upper Harz are Goslar and Osterode (both in Lower Saxony), whilst the Lower Harz is ... The Upper Harz is generally higher and features fir forests, whilst the Lower Harz gradually descends into the surrounding area and has deciduous forests interspersed with meadows ...
... The seven Upper Harz mining towns - Clausthal, Zellerfeld, Bad Grund, Sankt Andreasberg, Lautenthal, Altenau and Wildemann - and around 30 other villages within and ... Miners created the famous engineering system for the management of water in the Upper Harz, the Upper Harz Water Regale, of which 70 kilometres of ... The last mine in the Upper Harz – the Wolkenhügel Pit in Bad Lauterberg – closed its operations in June 2007 for economic reasons ...
... Guimarotodon is an extinct mammal of the Upper Jurassic ... P3-4 are upper premolars, whilst M1 is an upper molar tooth ...
... A feature of the Upper Harz is, or was, the Upper Harz dialect (Oberharzer Mundart) ... The Upper Harz dialect was used only in a few places ... Today the dialect is heard only rarely in the Upper Harz in everyday life and it is mainly members of the older generations that still use it, so ...
... is a genus of extinct mammal from the Upper Jurassic ... species Glirodon grandis, also described by Engelmann and Callison, has been found in the Upper Jurassic formations of Dinosaur National Monument in Utah (USA) ... formula and shares with Allodontidae the structure of the upper premolars (Pl.1 fis 2-4) ...
Famous quotes containing the word upper:
“If the upper beams are not straight, the lower beams will be crooked.”
“The whole theory of modern education is radically unsound. Fortunately in England, at any rate, education produces no effect whatsoever. If it did, it would prove a serious danger to the upper classes, and probably lead to acts of violence in Grosvenor Square.”
—Oscar Wilde (18541900)
“Surely you wouldnt grudge the poor old man
Some humble way to save his self-respect.
He added, if you really care to know,
He meant to clear the upper pasture, too.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)