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Sellers International Band hit the high spot in Blackpool's Winter Gardens, gaining top honour in the 84th Spring Brass Band Festival.
It will take more than high spot prices to get more milk from the farms, though.
Coleto earned additional revenue on merchant output due to high spot prices and qualified for bonus payments under existing power purchase agreements.
And there is an emotional high spot when Stephanie pops on the false eye lashes, blonde wig and one of her mum's full-length performance dresses and sings "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me" at the funeral.
Third-bottom Rovers have won only one of their last five games, while a 26-26 draw against Castleford is Harlequins' only high spot in their last six outings.
Sir Miles was chairman of the savings movement and the rally was a high spot of a six day campaign to boost saving at work.
The first two are for Howard Johnson through Gnome's Tycoon and Down The Fell, but the high spot comes when Barton Bank, trained by David Nicholson and winner of the 1993 King George, is too strong for Young Hustler in the Charlie Hall Chase.
High spot of my Yuletide viewing was a 60-year-old film, Gone With the Wind, which, for some unearthly reason, they put on in the early hours of the morning
The high spot of the interiors is the huge, split level family room with solid oak flooring, open to the showpiece, 28ft long kitchen.
The high spot was a sneak preview of their soon-to-be released new album.
3--Color) A sole hiker crests out at 11,920 foot Mono Pass, the high spot along the trail leading to Pioneer Basin situated 3 1/2 miles from its outset.
However, a prolonged reduction in coal-fired generation availability or a material disruption in coal supply in a high spot power price environment could adversely affect the rating and Rating Outlook for DPL and DP&L.