High spot

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High spot

An area of a tooth or restoration that feels abnormal or uncomfortable because it hits its opposing tooth before other teeth meet.
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Joe is as popular as ever and enjoyed two box office record-breaking tours of the UK last year and has a new album out, Hitting the High Spots and a single, I'll See You in My Dreams.
And I thought I had a decent run in the short-course race at the Inter-Counties Cross-Country so, despite not hitting the high spots in competition, it has been a stepping stone for the future.
Skyline Relocation Services is hitting the high spots with a half- million pound turnover from a standing start three years ago.