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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After the high spot is removed, the gib is re-died and inserted again.
Enter Brownells' "Scope Ring Alignment Lap," a specialized tool for lining up a set of rings and then lapping them to remove any high spots or other manufacturing defects that can mar the surface of an aluminum scope tube.
Your apple crop won't disappoint if you plant on a high spot rather than in a hollow, says Mitchell.
EBITDA margins have temporarily increased to approximately 75% in 2005 from an average of 55% during the past five years mainly due to the high spot prices and to the company's successful commercial strategy.
CRAIG BELLAMY has been told: "Taking Cardiff City up will be a high spot of your career.
We are exporting at a rate we have never done before and the growth rate in manufacturing is the high spot in the economy," said Mr Clegg.
His high spot in a red and white shirt was scoring an impressive free-kick which saw off Newcastle a year earlier and gave the Wearsiders their first home league success over their arch-rivals for 28 years.
The only high spot was a glimpse of part of the centre square with the town hall and the exterior of the now famous art gallery.
RODI GREENE has enjoyed the occasional high spot during his long career, but it's fair to say the Irishman, while always hardworking and reliable, has never reached the upper echelons of the sport.
They are now calling for Liverpool council to place a communal aerial in a high spot so they can pick up a signal again.
Robin Lett's debut half-century was a rare high spot for Somerset as they were restricted to 258 for eight by Glamorgan's below-strength attack in their Liverpool Victoria County Championship Division Two clash at Taunton.