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high·lights

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of highlights in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of highlights in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of highlights in a Sentence

  1. Jackie Kucinich:

    This just highlights how difficult and complicated it is to really solve this problem in America.

  2. Tong Zhao:

    This visit highlights China's unique influence and makes it easier for China to showcase its potential contribution in helping move the denuclearization diplomacy forward, if China's mediation can prove helpful, it would also help demonstrate the usefulness of China to the United States as a constructive partner over key regional issues.

  3. Frederic Hohl:

    Because of the exceptional scarcity of the wine produced in this region, even if you are friends with a winemaker, you might sometimes manage to buy just six bottles - because he likes you, how lucky we are in this region to be able to enjoy this wine. And really, this show highlights the work on the vineyard, on the land. And you can feel it when you taste the wine and when you watch the show, you can feel this relation to the land.

  4. Evangeline Lilly:

    I made a decision and I decided to go do the film. I had a wonderful time making that movie: One of the highlights in my life was living in New Zealand for that year and being a part of that family, that helped opened my eyes to the fact that, OK, this job can be a joy, it's just a matter of how you approach it, and what you do with it, how much I put myself out there, and to a certain degree, how much I work.

  5. Maya Adam:

    Sleep isn't a luxury. It's a fundamental human need and part of a healthy lifestyle, by linking the quality of our sleep to something that is already high up on our list of priorities -- the quality of our diet -- this study highlights for the general public just how important it is to make time for quality sleep in our busy lives.

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    • A. commensal
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