- n. the most enjoyable part of a given experience
“So in a radius of about two hundred miles, from High Point and Thomasville, you'll find sixty percent of the furniture that's made in the nation being made.”
“This is the second cassette in the Thursday, January 28, 1999 interview with Mr. Richard Barentine in High Point North Carolina.”
“I got one boy who was a seamfitter (and about your size), and he worked in the High Point Sprinkler Company.”
“Well, when I went into the state government, there was a commission, around the Hodges administration, and Arthur Kirkman from High Point was in charge of a commission to establish a merit pay system.”
“Besides, he explained, the Branagans had insisted on using High Point House for the wedding reception and that had to be booked at minimum ten months to a year in advance.”
“The documentary photography on this year's promotion from 1909 is from both High Point and Thomasville.”
“And it took place here in High Point and Thomasville.”
“The factory district in High Point and Thomasville was bustling.”
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