High-End

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High-End

1. Describing a luxury item.

2. More generally, describing anything expensive.
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Further consolidating Huawei's position as a leading vendor in the highend smartphone market, the premium G7 (also launched at IFA) shipped more than one million units within two months of its launch.
It's also specified to enable a readspeed up to 48X (double that of read-only drives and highend writers today); more importantly, it's specified to boost write speed--especially rewrite speed--to 16X, which is four times faster than today's top-of-the-line drives.
Like Ravel's Bolero and Botticelli's Birth of Venus, it has long been a highend aphrodisiac.
Shearlings sold to pounds 42.50 for Texels with singles from Highend, who also sold twins at pounds 39.
Ewes with sinlges sold to pounds 37 for Texels from Blindhillbush, pounds 35 Highend who also sold Suffolks at pounds 37.
The highend office fit-up came with an intense 12-week schedule.
Describing his work as "clean and transitional," Shamir Shah has already emerged as one of New York's top highend interior designers - not just by creating luxury residential masterpieces, but as the man whose design for several widely acclaimed loft renovations introduced elegance and value to the new SoHo.
The second model room features highend imported Italian pieces blended with classics to create a stylish masculine space.