Incline

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Incline, inclined, inclining, or inclination may refer to:

  • Incline, California
  • Inclined plane, a flat surface whose endpoints are at different heights
  • Inclined orbit, an orbital plane is tipped away from the equator
  • cable hauled railways, a steeply graded railway that uses a cable or rope to haul trains
  • Inclined loop, a feature found on some roller coasters
  • Inclined rig, a method of rigging a sail to direct the force of the sails in such a way as to reduce heeling
  • Inclined tower, a tower that was intentionally built at an incline
  • Inclining test, to determine a ship's stability and the coordinates of its center of gravity
  • Funicular (or funicular railway, a type of cable railway), a cable railway in which a cable attached moves cars up and down a steep slope
  • Slope, steepness, incline, or grade of a line
  • Grade (slope), of a topographic feature or constructed element

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