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Since the rolls run at different speeds, periodically the high spots match up, resulting in thin gauge spots.
There will be shiny spots through the bluing on the rings indicating where the lapping compound has polished out a high spot.
If the low spots of the bevel back the blades the blades will open to 1 3/4 inches, but if the high spots are aligned the blades will stop at a diameter of 1 1/2 inches.
One of the high spots of her career was starring with Marilyn Monroe in the comedy 'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes'.
goes to the high spots in Yosemite National Park and other snowfields at least 10,000 feet up in the Sierra Nevadas, the Cascades, and the Rocky Mountains.
Sutton will have no better chance to hit the high spots but he failed to set the game alight and was replaced by Tore Andre Flo in the second half.
The compaction and sand properties in the areas of the highest compaction, like high spots in the pattern, can be very different from the sand properties in places of lowest compaction, such as near the flask wall or in shadow areas.
LEADING Birmingham print and signs company Hollywood Monster is hitting the high spots after clinching a top national award.
It's hard to remember the high spots of 2010 - but there have been some.
Racecourse director David Williamson said: "Along with the Northumberland Plate, Ladies' Day is one of the high spots of the North East social calendar.
The men's champion then joined forces with Kate Eaton in the Mixed Doubles where the duo hit the high spots with a 6-1, 6-4 victory over Trish Rowell and Jardim.