Vertical may refer to:
- Vertical direction, the direction aligned with the direction of the force of gravity, as materialized with a plumb line
- Vertical (angles), a pair of angles sharing the same vertex and bounded by the same pair of lines but are opposite to each other
- Vertical (company), a publishing company based in New York City
- Vertical (music), a musical interval where the two notes sound simultaneously
- Vertical Inc, a Japanese novel and manga company founded in 2001 by Hiroki Sakai
- Vertical market, a group of similar businesses and customers which engage in trade based on specific and specialized needs
- Vertical (novel), a 2010 novel and sequel to Sideways written by Rex Pickett
- Vertical (movie), a 1967 Soviet movie starring Vladimir Vysotsky
- Vertical, a type of wine tasting in which different vintages of the same wine type from the same winery are tasted
Other articles related to "vertical":
... in a pycnocline driven by density gradients also affect the flows and vertical profiles in the ocean ... a stable density gradient (or pycnocline) separates the upper and lower water which hinders vertical transport ... However, vertical mixing across pycnocline is a regular phenomenon in oceans, and occurs through shear-produced turbulence ...
... The movement is derived from a vertical link connected to the connecting rod ... The vertical movement is translated into the horizontal movement required by the valve spindle by a die block moving in a slide which can be varied in inclination. 90 degree phase difference between the horizontal and vertical components of the motion of the connecting rod ...
... is as follows Station Status Licensed Class A Non-Commercial FM Station Vertical Effective Radiated Power 77 Watts Vertical Height above Avg ... Terrain 93.6 meters (307 feet) Vertical Height above Ground Level 92 meters (302 feet) Vertical Height above Sea Level 95 meters (312 feet) Antenna Pattern Directional Transmitter Location 39° 22' 46 ...
... Vertical penetration is a scalar measurement of distance, of the maximum altitude an object, most often an aircraft can gain at any particular ... listing an aircraft's technical specifications, vertical penetration can be appropriately used in substitution of maximum vertical penetration ...
... The ride begins when the train slowly backs out of the station and up the vertical lift hill, pulled by a catch car ... the cobra roll, riders then go through a 102-foot (31 m) tall vertical loop which crosses the station and hit the second vertical spike of the ride ... car there pulls the train up the second vertical tower, this time with riders facing the sky at the top of the tower ...
Famous quotes containing the word vertical:
“I tell you, hopeless grief is passionless;
That only men incredulous of despair,
Half-taught in anguish, through the midnight air
Beat upward to Gods throne in loud access
Of shrieking and reproach. Full desertness,
In souls as countries, lieth silent-bare
Under the blanching, vertical eye-glare
Of the absolute Heavens.”
—Elizabeth Barrett Browning (18061861)
“In bourgeois society, the French and the industrial revolution transformed the authorization of political space. The political revolution put an end to the formalized hierarchy of the ancien regimé.... Concurrently, the industrial revolution subverted the social hierarchy upon which the old political space was based. It transformed the experience of society from one of vertical hierarchy to one of horizontal class stratification.”
—Donald M. Lowe, U.S. historian, educator. History of Bourgeois Perception, ch. 4, University of Chicago Press (1982)