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  • n. highlight (significant event)


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  • Both Virginia and Grandy had been dreading the tiger shoots; these ritual hunts, as the highspot of the visit, were reserved until the end of their stay.

    Chaplin’s Girl

  • South Africa's return to the Commonwealth was a highspot for the group in 1994, but opposing repressive administrations among West

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • As she cheerfully did his bidding, she was positive that this was going to be a glorious day, certainly a highspot in the past year.

    The Rowan

  • -- Doug Williams has been a stand-out on the mic promoting his anti-highspot agenda for the X

  • Shawn tosses him and follows with a baseball slide after a highspot tease, and back in we go.

    Scott's Blog of Doom

  • The highspot was in August when I welcomed many new readers from the USA.

    Liberal Burblings

  • Nitro pounds on Benjamin, but now Carlito gets his highspot with a springboard plancha.

    Scott's Blog of Doom

  • Backbreaker and kneelift set up the big boot, which at the time was Nash's big highspot.

    Scott's Blog of Doom

  • Long video package: They had a highlight reel music video with the "Cross the Line" mantra repeated over and over in the chorus while clips of every highspot imaginable playing.

  • The only highspot in terms of buildup was JoMizzy, who are looking to take over.


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