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Using the right equipment, an experienced rock climber can climb up a vertical rock faceFashion experts suggest that wearing clothes with vertical stripes makes a woman look thinner.

Using the right equipment, an experienced rock climber can climb up a vertical rock face.

The mountain has a vertical height of over 30,000 feet.

The vertical acceleration of this helicopter is amazing.

The ascent up the cliffside was almost vertical, and posed the greatest challenge of the expedition to the climbers.

She was wearing a hot pink blouse with vertical stripes of blue and green.

I think your article for the school newsletter will look more interesting if you put the information into three vertical columns instead of one.

The world's longest escalator is in Ocean Park, Hong Kong, China. With a length of 745 feet, the escalator has a vertical rise of 377 feet.

He jokingly refers to himself as vertically-challenged, rather than short.

LeCorbusier described Manhattan as that vertical city with unimaginable diamonds.

When spawning, salmon are capable of vertical leaps of more than six feet.

The domestic cat is the only species able to hold its tail vertically while walking.

When a butterfly is at rest, it holds its wings vertically above its back, whereas a moth at rest holds its wings flat.

The Belgian flag has three vertical stripes in black, yellow and red.

George Bernard Shaw once suggested that dancing is the vertical expression of a horizontal desire legalized by music.

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