The back of any animal; especially the upper or projecting part of the back of a quadruped. (noun)
Any extended protuberance; a projecting line or strip. (noun)
The line along which two sloping surfaces meet which diverge towards the ground. (noun)
Highest point on a roof, represented by a horizontal line where two roof areas intersect, running the length of the area. (noun)
A chain of mountains. (noun)
A chain of hills. (noun)
A long narrow elevation on an ocean bottom. (noun)
A type of warm air that comes down on to land from mountains. (noun)
To form into a ridge (verb)
To extend in ridges (verb)
Examples of word ridge
Now, we're going to see this pattern shift a little bit over the next couple of days and we get what we call a ridge pattern.
And now I'm going to use what I call a ridge ride (ph).
That's what we've always said, because part of that is locked up in capital in our what we call the ridge business still as well as foreign cash that unless we use the cash outside of the United States, which you can't use to buy back shares because you will get a tax impact on that.
Iâ€™m not sure what our getting at because doesnâ€™t what you term ridge regression also smudge the fit between the parameters if I is the identity matrix.
Here's the study's somewhat technical explanation of why the location of the western ridge is so important for determining regional rainfall: