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
  • Inclination (and a novella of the same name)
  • cable hauled railways, a steeply graded railway that uses a cable or rope to haul trains
  • Inclined loop
  • Inclined rig, a method of rigging a sail to direct the force of the sails in such a way as to reduce heeling
  • Inclined soles, a sub-category of footwear where the position of the heel is inverted relative to the position of the toes
  • 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

Other articles related to "incline, inclines":

Mount Beacon Incline Railway
... The Mount Beacon Incline Railway was a popular tourist attraction in Beacon, New York, USA, and the neighboring Town of Fishkill ... The Mount Beacon Incline Railway Restoration Society is working to rebuild the railroad and restore service by 2013, the centennial of the City of Beacon ...
Samuel Diescher
... with John Endres, the builder of the Monongahela Incline ... He also designed the majority of inclined planes in the United States, including numerous inclines in Pittsburgh and southwestern Pennsylvania ... The most notable of these is the Duquesne Incline which has become a popular tourist attraction in the city of Pittsburgh ...
Clifton Incline (Pittsburgh)
... The Clifton Incline was an incline on Pittsburgh's North Side, operational from 1895 to 1905 ...
Mill Mountain Incline
... The Mill Mountain Incline was a 0.37 mi (0.60 km) funicular, or inclined plane, located on Mill Mountain in Roanoke, Virginia that operated between 1910-1929 ... Costing $40,000 to complete, the incline took visitors from the base of the mountain where the present-day Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital is located to the summit in the area where the Mill Mountain Star is ... Today, the former location of the incline is visible in the form of a cleft in the trees on Mill Mountain, immediately behind the Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital ...
Castle Shannon Incline
... The Castle Shannon Incline was a funicular railroad in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ... to be used as a tunnel to transport coal to a separate incline that unloaded at a station on Carson Street ... The incline ran from Bailey on Mt ...

Famous quotes containing the word incline:

    Education must have two foundations—morality as a support for virtue, prudence as a defence for self against the vices of others. By letting the balance incline to the side of morality, you only make dupes or martyrs; by letting it incline to the other, you make calculating egoists.
    —Sébastien-Roch Nicolas De Chamfort (1741–1794)

    If Jesus, or his likeness, should now visit the earth, what church of the many which now go by his name would he enter? Or, if tempted by curiosity, he should incline to look into all, which do you think would not shut the door in his face?... It seems to me ... that as one who loved peace, taught industry, equality, union, and love, one towards another, Jesus were he alive at this day, would recommend you to come out of your churches of faith, and to gather into schools of knowledge.
    Frances Wright (1795–1852)

    We took advantage of [the Indians’] ignorance and inexperience to incline them the more easily toward treachery, lewdness, avarice, and every sort of inhumanity and cruelty, after the example and pattern of our ways.
    Michel de Montaigne (1533–1592)