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High-End

1. Describing a luxury item.

2. More generally, describing anything expensive.
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The High End features an exclusive partnership with upscale cannabis company Beboe.
This report provides in depth study of "High End Lighting Fixture Market" using SWOT analysis i.e.
"The high end is definitely brand-driven," agreed Steven Horovitz, general manager of the clock division of Chaney Instrument Co.'s new Norcross, Ga., division.
The two other office tenants include Execution, LLC., an international stock trading firm and BD Remodeling & Restoration, Inc., a high end residential architectural firm.
This pre-built unit is ready for immediate occupancy and includes high ceilings with outstanding views; extensive granite and millwork finishes; high end large and small conference rooms; 24/7 concierge and; separate electric metering.
Under MMAD-1 contract, GTSI will provide commercial off-the shelf (COTS) high end 64-bit servers, workstations, operating systems, compilers, software applications, peripherals, local and wide area networking (hardware and software), engineering and support services (classified and unclassified), managed environment support, equipment maintenance, system upgrades, training, leasing, associated documentation, and consumables to meet the world wide requirements of the government.
In the high end, it carries Sub-Zero, Miele, Gaggenau -- numerous European labels and American names as well with snob appeal.
The luxury real estate market is ahead of the economy instead of lagging behind it, as is traditionally expected; Market activity increased dramatically in the fall of 2003 with several high profile sales on Fifth and Park Avenues, including one of at least $20 million; Properties priced over $10 million showed increased sales activity; 2003 saw the sale of the most expensive Manhattan condominium, a residence at One Central Park in the new Time Warner Center that sold for $42.5 million; High end prices are equivalent to the prices at the peak of the market in the first half of 2002.
What has come as a revelation to some is that these needs are driving not only the high end of the market, but the mid-range as well.
The residence is also avail able with high end finishes at an asking price of $2,650,000.
At the very high end, most products are similarly proprietary with single source drives and multiple automation vendors and system integrators.

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