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  • n  a high place
    he doesn't like heights
  • n  the vertical dimension of extension; distance from the base of something to the top
  • n  the highest level or degree attainable; the highest stage of development
  • n  (of a standing person) the distance from head to foot
  • n  elevation especially above sea level or above the earth's surface

  • But she has brought the magazine's tone down from its Olympian heights, acknowledging that trends are as likely to start from the ground as be decreed from on high and .
  • You may never hit the dizzying heights of American Idol, but Karaoke Revolution (PlayStation 2, $69.
  • Many inexplicable accidents have been attributed to the lack of physical adaptability of pilots in the rarefied air and intense cold of great heights.
News & Articles


  • Jay Rockefeller in Edmonton Journal
    Sen. Jay Rockefeller, the other US senator for West Virginia, said that Byrd had risen "from humble beginnings in the southern coalfields" and "triumphantly rose to the heights of power in America. But he never forgot where he came from nor...
  • Ernie Els in Houston Chronicle
    He's done it before, so when you've done something before, you feel like you can do it again,Els said. "And at his lofty heights, in his mind, he feels it's doable. He's got a great record here at Augusta. He's been playing great, so his...

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