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  • n. A form of overbrowsing in which animals eat the vegetation as high as they can reach.

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Examples

  • With just an inch-wide strip of material separating him from a drop twice the height of Canary Wharf, this is Austrian daredevil Heinz Zak practising the new craze of 'highlining' in the German Alps. These never-before-seen pictures show danger man Zak tiptoeing along at the peak of Germany's highest mountain - the colossal 1,746m Zugspitze.

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  • With just an inch-wide strip of material separating him from a drop twice the height of Canary Wharf, this is Austrian daredevil Heinz Zak practising the new craze of 'highlining'

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  • The highlining set cruises the interstates in bus-sized RVs.

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  • The highlining set stakes out memberships in the most expensive campground chains.

    The RVer’s Bible

  • If highlining fits your budget, unlimited options emerge.

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  • Other ships were paired for highlining, sharing the remain - ing fuel.

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  • But the more adventuresome have branched into highlining sometimes performing hundreds of feet above the ground, waterlining and tricklining, Lewis's specialty.

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  • Lucky Chance, 26, from Sydney's north-west, took up slacklining when he was 15, and has since moved on to highlining - slacklining from a height, sometimes a couple of hundred metres off the ground.

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  • Anglers are highlining with some weight in shallow waters or running downriggers out deeper.

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  • Most anglers are highlining cowbells with spin glo's, dodgers with spin glo's and a little bit of weight or they are running downriggers about 10 feet down.

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