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  • adj. Alternative spelling of high-profile.

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Examples

  • Believing they now have highprofile political backing, they are turning their attention to letter-writing campaigns, social-networking projects and alliances are growing.

    Beware of the law when it comes to dangerous dogs

  • Their members engage internationally in activities as varied as dialoguing with corporate CEOs and organizing large protests at stores and industry trade shows.36 One EPN member, ForestEthics, has been especially successful at getting highprofile companies—including Office Depot, Staples, and Home Depot—to source sustainable wood and recycled paper.

    THE STORY OF STUFF

  • A music-industry power manager, he has represented such highprofile stars as Lionel Richie and Kenny Rogers, and organized both the USA for Africa project that produced "We Are the World" and the 1985 Hands Across America fund-raising event.

    A New Country Star Is Born

  • The Rev. Calvin Butts, the highprofile minister of the Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem, has mounted a crusade against the more feral strains of the music; last summer he held a rally at which he ran a steamroller over offending tapes and CDs.

    Criminal Records

  • The appointment of a highprofile professional such as Brown was widely regarded as a sign of Clinton's good intentions.

    At Last, A Cop On The Drug Beat

  • Thus, it might be wise, now that he has been dispatched, to ignore him and get ready for the onslaught to come – forcing a couple of highprofile MSM reviews would be a decent first line of offensive defense.

    Firedoglake » FDL Book Salon — How Would A Patriot Act, Pt. II

  • The politician would have to be really stupid to hire blogger who is an adversary plus if it were a highprofile blog like Kos or Hugh Hewitt, I think the public would figure it out.

    Bloggers who take money from politicians.

  • Thus, important work like protecting the good people of Englewood goes undone because there is no highprofile pressure to get anything changed.

    Who's Looking Out for You

  • Such highprofile capers sat uneasily alongside the view of herself to which she still fiercely clung: the idea that she was a natural solitary, the most private of women, and that the demands of her business life were ripping her in half.

    The Satanic Verses

  • I am deeply disappointed that such a highprofile project such as this has ended with such costly litigation with the possibility that the taxpayer will have to pay millions of pounds even though the programme has not been completed.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

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