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Synonyms for heights

a high place

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Kyrstin Ury of Arlington Heights (Schaumburg, Hoffman Estates )
Harlem Heights was originally settled as a rural agricultural community.
Once, Hezbollah seizes control over the three heights, it will complete liberation of Arsal heights, the source said.
Although a lot of work has been done to compare the performance of zero-tillage under residue based cropping system, information on how different heights of standing rice stubbles affect the performance of no-till techniques is lacking as it is the useful indices of crop yield.
Heights have a high genetic component, but this varies from one country to another.
The half-height option eliminates wasted space when supplying to small retailers and can be stacked alongside maximum height trays destined for larger stores, cutting down on the number of vehicles used to deliver to a variety of retailers.
We hope that the Crown Heights community and residents enjoy the marvelous architecture and renewed use of this landmark building.
Borrowing the theme from the popular television show, this March she organized the first "Extreme Makeover: Siena Heights Edition.
For now, they'll have to settle for 32 feet, the height Tommy Clowers cleared to win the gold medal Friday.
The spectrum of the neutron horizontal velocity components is shaped by the input collimator with two plates, each of which could be adjusted independently to a required height.
Before World War II, men in the United States stood head and sometimes shoulders over the rest of the world at an average height of 5 feet, 10 inches.
As the athletic director of the Chicago Heights Park District and coach of a girls Amateur Athletic Union basketball club, Newquist uses sports to bring together young people from across the community.
Working heights of tables on castors can be varied between 680mm and 960mm, while the heights of static 'seated/standing' desks can be adjusted between 620mm and 1220mm.
The University Heights Capital Group did just that.
Foresters, arborists, and serious Big Tree hunters dedicated to accurate heights use clinometers or transits to measure angles; a tape measure or infrared laser rangefinder to measure distances; and scientific calculators and simple trigonometric formulas to crunch the numbers.