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HIGH. This word has various significations: 1. Principal or chief, as high constable, high sheriff. 2. Prominent, in a bad sense, as high treason. 3. Open, not confined, as high seas.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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20, 'Outro' is a farewell album that could help fans tide over the two years they would be missing Highlight. But departing from Highlight's positive discography, the boys seem to return to their Beast roots, delivering song after song about heartache and separation.
The crowd's 'oohs' and 'aahs', cheers and groans, along with the volume and tone of these reactions, have informed which footage is included in the final highlights database.
(ii) Reduced Highlighting Strategy (S2): For each snippet result, we select to highlight the longest three query words phrases.
"Now you can more fully express your identity by grouping stories you've shared into highlights and featuring them on your profile."
According to Courter, the tool has strengthened the relationship between the reader and the writer, as Highly users regularly tweet their highlights and mention the story's author in their posts.
(Those who do not yet have Zotero can view a tutorial that is linked from Note Hound's webpage.) Summers says Zotero is stable and reliable, with functionality that is particularly relevant to Note Hound: The Zotfile plug-in extracts highlighted text from PDF files, and Zotero facilitates the creation of Citation/Bibliography lists from a group of selected items in a variety of citation styles.
Highlight the middle of your forehead and middle of your chin to broaden these naturally narrow areas.
"CAST Highlight helps address these issues via the cloud, which can enable quicker implementation, delivering actionable results to improve efficiency and cut costs."
His Excellency highlighted the main findings of the 2012-13 report, including a detailed explanation of all procedural and administrative measures taken to address cases of non-compliance.
Odds: 50-1 HIGHLIGHT: Admitting she's wearing her husband's pants.
As worn by: Ian Taylor | 1998-99 Manufacturer: Reebok Sponsor: LDV Vans Design feature: White collar League position: 6th FA Cup: 4th round League Cup: 3rd round UEFA Cup: 2nd round Highlight: Dramatic 3-2 triumph over Arsenal As worn by: Stan Collymore | 1999-2000 Manufacturer: Reebok Sponsor: LDV Vans Design feature: Wide claret and blue stripes League position: 6th FA Cup: Runners-up League Cup: Semi-"nal Highlight: FA Cup semi-"nal win over Bolton - on penalties.
One of the evaluation criteria that Robinson (2011) used was that a highlighting method should always be visually salient, which means that the highlighted symbols should stand out from the other symbols.

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