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High-End

1. Describing a luxury item.

2. More generally, describing anything expensive.
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Nevertheless, consumer interest in highend flooring products will aid demand for wood and ceramic tile flooring going forward, especially as the 45 year-old and older demographic segment, which typically has the greatest spending power, becomes larger.
Ewes with sinlges sold to pounds 37 for Texels from Blindhillbush, pounds 35 Highend who also sold Suffolks at pounds 37.
InfoComm 2005 exhibitors included the leading audio, conferencing, control systems, display, lighting and projection manufacturers such as Altman Lighting, Altec-Lansing, AMX, Atlas Sound, Barco, Canon, Chauvet, Chief Manufacturing, Christie Digital, Clarity Visual, Crestron, Da-Lite Screen, Draper, Mackie/EAW, Extron, Harman, HighEnd Systems, Hitachi, Jupiter Systems, JVC, Lightronics, LG Electronics, Lutron, Meyer Sound, Mitsubishi, NEC, Optoma, Panasonic, Peavey, Philips, Pioneer, Polycom, Polyvision, QSC Audio, Renkus-Heinz, Samsung, Sanyo, Sharp, Shure, Sony, Stewart Filmscreen, Tandberg, Telex, Thomson and Yamaha, among many others.
The highend office fit-up came with an intense 12-week schedule.
His experience in this area gives him a unique perspicacity to lead a fundraising committee that will concentrate on highend donors who can help support GradPAC and its candidates.
NASDAQ:AVID), today announced that it has entered into a strategic alliance with Highend Network, a leading portal destination for high-end 3-D information and resources.
is an industry-leading provider of 3D graphics products used for highend visualization, 3D animation, and CAD/CAE (Computer Aided Design/Computer Aided Engineering) applications.
The benefits that AppSource have in being able to focus exclusively on highend feature/function specific to Business Intelligence -- and not having to build and maintain a proprietary tool -- enabled us to benefit from the ultimate high-end power and functionality at a much lower cost.
While ECC memory is now common with most multiprocessor servers, the ECC bus support provided by the C-bus II architecture offers increased reliability required by today's highend servers.