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high point

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhigh pointhigh point (also high spot) British EnglishBEST an especially good part of an activity or event The visit to the ancient capital city was one of the high points of the tour. high
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high pointPolitical repression and racial discrimination were at a high point.At the top of the theater steps, the highest point, all four forms appear.They were at the highest point for twenty li about.Christmas and New Year have long been the high point for visitor and Madeiran alike.As the pedal is pressed downward from its highest point, it also moves forward.That is just the intensification, the high point of an ongoing process.His engagement to Nora Cushing had been the high point of her life.We are now reaching the high point of the truly happy life.
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