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However, astronomy enthusiasts looking to see the blue moon at its topmost point will have to brave the cold and windy weather.
After a steep walk upward on the paved paths that connect the houses, one reaches the topmost point of the village, where a single bench beckons invitingly as the perfect spot for a rest.
On a double-action revolver, the hand should be all the way up to the "horn" at the topmost point of the backstrap.
Between them, the building is up to level six, its topmost point, while in the space between the second and third towers, there is one level to fill.
After the Northeast and Northwest Passages were charted, the race began to claim the topmost point on the globe, the North Pole.
I rested the base firmly on my palm, and pointed with the forefinger of the other hand to the topmost point, which really was like a pencil point.
She was silent for a while until they reached the topmost point of the hill but as they walked he gave his mind to her furiously.