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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.
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.
One of the high spots was manic guitarist Joe Walsh running round with a "heltmetcam" perched on his head.
In what has been a difficult 12 months for the national team, given the upheaval caused by the management changes, there have not been too many high spots but in my view there is one outstanding candidate for the top honour.
Okay, maybe its because of their ambitious attempt to have the shows right after the games, which obviously cuts down the preparation time available, but the high spots are few and far between.
Also gearing up to hit the high spots is KFM, which includes renowned racehorse trainer Dermot Weld on its board of directors.
GODOLPHIN have had a poor season so far by their own high standards but there have been occasional high spots and another should come today in the Daily Record Scottish Derby (3.