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  • n. Plural form of highlight.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of highlight.

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Examples

  • The term highlights the assumption that individuals act within a social context, that this context is not reducible to individual acts, and, most significantly, that the social context is not necessarily or wholly imposed.

    THE MORAL DIMENSION

  • VS: I have a pretty modest career as far as writing, but among what you might call the highlights is a recent review of my story collection "The Woman Who Thought She Was a Planet and Other Stories" by Paul Witcover in Locus.

    INTERVIEW: Vandana Singh

  • The term highlights the issue that those who do not have access to such technology are potentially destined to futures where they will be at an economic disadvantage.

    digital divide

  • The title highlights its two areas of emphasis: 'Drunken' for the lounge, and 'fish' for the sushi.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • The title highlights the crux of the matter: An increasing number of women in the Middle

    arabnews - frontpage

  • The "social business" of the title highlights a shift that is currently happening where these social tools need to be more integrated in to the day to day business processes of the organization.

    BizTwoZero

  • What this highlights is the ingrained stigmatisation within the media around disability issues.

    Brown’s handwriting highlights the ingrained disability discrimination in society « My Liberal Democrat Political Ramblings…

  • Among other highlights is a complete 1790s Anishinaabe suit of clothing – leggings, shirt, silver ornaments, otter-skin bag and moccasins ornamented with loom-woven porcupine quills – that has been traced to Fort Michilimackinac in the Upper Great Lakes.

    'Infinity Of Nations' Exhibit Opening At The National Museum Of The American Indian

  • Among the highlights is a "cloth of gold," the name European traders gave the gold-threaded silk woven by craftsmen brought in by the Mongols from Central Asia and eastern Iran.

    NYC Exhibit Unveils Rich Treasures Of Yuan Dynasty

  • Among the highlights is a 37-inch-long replica of the Cunard Line's Lusitania ocean liner complete with two lead seamen, a seated passenger and five pairs of lifeboats.

    Forbes' Toy Collection Going On Auction Block

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