high levelThe discussion of relative autonomy suggests that to say that a state is capitalist is to make a statement at a very high level of abstraction.
very highThe overall completion rate is very high.
high qualityattracting and retaining more high quality practitioners
high speedAlso, you may have the high speed shutter feature, or even some form of program auto-exposure.
high streetMany towns and cities have high street branches of the bigger agencies, while smaller operations may operate from more modest premises and be run individually or in partnership.
high degreeThe problem springs from the high degree of autonomy of individual teachers, a reluctance to engage in joint planning, and a lack of detailed records.
high standardsBasil was quite uncompromising about high standards in Art and required a lot from his teachers, but was encouraging to beginners.
high costRiots over high cost of living
high proportionThese two faculties, randomly chosen, would then be used for the sample with perhaps all the students, or a high proportion of them, being the sample.
high risk‘I suspect these high risks are a significant deterrent to new recruits,’ said Mr Hanley.
high standardThe dancing is of a superbly high standard and Margot Fonteyn and Moira Shearer as alternate Auroras are wonderful.’
high levelsA recent joint DTI/CBI survey on best practice in innovation showed that the most successful companies were ones with high levels of innovation.
have highHowever some homes have very high radon concentrations —eg in regions of the country that have high
high and lowPost hoc multiple comparisons using the Newman-Keuls procedure (from Winer 1971, p.442) show that the difference between high and low risk junctions is significant, p
high above‘British troops slain on the Somme,’ shouted out the boy who stood on the corner of Covent Garden waving a paper high above his head.
high resolutionThe VGA graphics used are colourful and in high resolution as you would expect.