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adjective altissimo, apical, best, capital, chief, critical, crowning, crucial, crying, deep, desperate, earnest, essential, far-reaching, forcible, head, heavy, highest, intense, intensified, maximal, maximum, momentous, most, of great force, of great number, paramount, potent, preeminent, pressing, principal, serious, sharp, strong, superlative, supreme, telling, tiptop, top, topmost, urgent, vigorous, violent, vital, weighty, zenithal
Associated concepts: highest degree of care, highest proved value
See also: best, premium, select
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Multiple other related patent applications - The story doesn't end here, because Be Topnotch, LLC has also filed additional continuation-in-part applications for patents related to this smart sun visor invention with the clear intent to bring tons of new features on the outdated sun visors and continue to maintain its leadership position for this invention.
The currently granted patent as well as any continuation-in-part applications for patents and International PCT are all owned by "Be Topnotch, LLC," wherein Be Topnotch, LLC will be soon making them available for licensing mainly to the self-driving vehicle manufacturers as well as the traditional vehicle/automobile manufacturers.
Be Topnotch, LLC's team will be proud and say - "Yes, we did it
Topnotch Health pursued an aggressive rollout programme resulting in an increase in its portfolio from six sites at March 2000, to 20 clubs by February 2002.
In October last year Topnotch Fitness reported losses of pounds 518,000 with bottom-line losses totalling pounds 3 million.
Steve Rowland, assistant manager at the Birmingham club, said: 'Even though the gym has changed its name slightly and acquired new backers, existing members can rest assured that Topnotch Birmingham will remain the same friendly, relaxed and distinctive place it has always been, and will still retain its core values and commitment to making fitness fun.
Following the AIM listing of Topnotch Health Clubs in March 2000, Topnotch Health pursued an aggressive rollout programme resulting in an increase in its portfolio from six sites at March 2000, to twenty sites by February 2002.
Mr Oldham said: 'The management of Topnotch has been working extremely hard to achieve a restructuring of the group but have not been successful.