high-level : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • s  at an elevated level in rank or importance
    a high-level official
    a high-level corporate briefing
  • s  occurring at or from a relative high altitude
    high-level bombing

  • DeConcini hosted a high-level meeting at which he outlined Keating's demands, which gave an "appearance of being improper" in the eyes of the ethics panel.
  • Baz Ratner Getty (JERUSALEM) Israel and the Palestinians on Wednesday held their first high-level talks since Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took office in March, pledging .
  • But his book went on to argue that the problem was not intrinsicthat a "high" view of the Bible and high-level participation in American intellectual life could coexist.
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  • Patrick Fitzgerald in Spiegel Online
    Patrick J. Fitzgerald, the prosecutor, said that while gratified by the verdict, "it's sad that we had a situation where a high-level official, a person who worked in the Office of Vice President, obstructed justice and lied under oath."

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