Some articles on upright:
... HMS Upright was a British U class submarine, of the second group of that class, built by Vickers Armstrong, Barrow-in-Furness ... far she has been the only ship of the Royal Navy to bear the name Upright ...
... In Canada, the DC29 is actually an upright model similar to the DC25 ... a particular model number being used on an Upright OR a Cylinder depending on country of destination Supplied to Continental Europe and Australia (Cylinder type) and Canada (Upright type) (Not available ...
... Currently Steingraeber Söhne offers upright pianos in the following sizes 122 cm (48"), 130 cm (51"), and 138 cm (54") ... Model 138 is the world's largest upright ...
... The controls for the standard upright version of Carnival are left and right directional buttons, and a fire button ... one for each version normally a game only has one PCB with a dip switch that sets it to either upright or cocktail mode ... The upright and cocktail cabinets each come in two varieties, one woodgrain and the other painted orange and white ...
... Love On The Terraces EP (1982) Upright (#9) "Hangover" (1983) Upright (#4) "Country Girl Became Drugs and Sex Punk" (1984) Upright (#8) "Red Skies Over Wembley" (1993) Musical Tragedies "Back ...
More definitions of "upright":
- (adj): In a vertical position; not sloping.
Example: "An upright post"
- (noun): A piano with a vertical sounding board.
Synonyms: upright piano
- (adj): Maintaining an erect position.
Famous quotes containing the word upright:
“Come gather round me Parnellites
And praise our chosen man,
Stand upright on your legs awhile,
Stand upright while you can,
For soon we lie where he is laid
And he is underground....”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“I have the greatest aversion to being a candidate on a ticket with a man whose record as an upright public man is to be in questionto be defended from the beginning to the end.”
—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (18221893)
“The sense of doing good , the satisfaction of being right, the joy of looking favorably upon oneself, dear sir, are powerful levers for keeping us upright and making us progress. On the other hand, if men are deprived of that feeling, they are changed into rabid dogs.”
—Albert Camus (19131960)