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height

(Maximum), noun culmination, end, extreme, extremity, high point, limit, maximum, perfection, top, utmost, zenith

height

(Measurement), noun altitude, angular measurement, ceiling, distance upward, elevation, expanse, extent, extent upward, highest part, length, tallness, uppight distance, vertex
Associated concepts: height restrictions in construction
See also: ceiling, culmination, elevation, eminence, pinnacle, primacy
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Within the next two years, Memorial Hermann Greater Heights will be able provide access to the various levels of care provided by Memorial Hermann.
In particular, we measured a few quantum states simultaneously in order to increase statistics and sharpness of increase of neutron count rate at zero height above mirror.
Height is apparently a new reference point for that judgment, and we Americans are sadly falling short.
Ron Newquist has been coaching youth basketball in the Chicago Heights area for more than 20 years.
They have corrected a number of height measurement errors in the National Register of Big Trees including pignut hickory champ whose height was overestimated by 67 feet
Again your goal is to cover as much height and ground distance as possible with each push-off.
That would shrink the thermosphere and cause the height of the ionosphere to drop by 10 to 20 km, according to calculations.
Height appears to be an important physical attribute.
The Bethel Heights solar installation includes 260 SolarWorld[TM] solar panels made in Hillsboro, Oregon that will supply approximately forty percent of the electrical energy needs for the combined winery and vineyard operations.
com)-- Bank of America has awarded a grant of $7,500 for general operating support to The Heights Foundation.
Brompton Heights of Williamsville, New York has been honored with a recognition by Buffalo Business First in its selection of "Top Retirement Communities In Western New York.
The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) has named New York City based-Crescent Heights its Freddie Mac Multifamily Development Firm of the Year.