• One of the most desired is attached to Harlem Hill, a notoriously steep incline in New York's Central Park.

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  • There are meandering trails, reservoir views and wide grassy picnic areas along the moderately steep incline to the top of the extinct caldera.

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  • When he tested the powder on mice they no longer ran up a steep incline to get a reward, nor tumbled down it in a stupor, but ran around, happy and alert, at the bottom, as if the rat-race did not exist.

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  • During the three-hour climb up rocky switchbacks to the pass, we stomp through several steep spots blanketed in knee-deep snow and ice. (You really feel those 30 pounds shifting around on your back as you try to maintain your balance.) We're forced to detour around one switchback and shimmy up a slick, steep incline of green brush, holding on to plants for leverage--and praying for solid foot positions.

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  • They found that in contradiction to the Palestinian and Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics forecasts, while Jewish fertility rates are on a steep and consistent incline, Arab fertility rates are steadily declining.

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  • The slopes are craggy, storm-blasted and steep, and food is pretty much limited to potatoes and whatever animals you can chase up a 50-grade incline without falling down the adjacent precipice.

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