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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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The platform developed by Highspot is aimed at supporting businesses in their engagement with customers.
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I was particularly impressed by the marvellous opening, a vision of shop-window mannequins, all of whom suddenly come to life and turn out to be the Huxtable sisters, and the eye opening fashion show that provides the highspot of the second half.
SOLO ARTIST: Runaway success Ronan O'Gara adding a try to his 17 points with the boot - but O'Gara's performance was a rare highspot for lacklustre Lions
Sixth at Heritage last month was the highspot of a lowkey year.
SKODA is topping and tailing its Fabia range this year, with the highspot the arrival of a hot VRS diesel model in the autumn.
The tooth is the highspot of the Future Product awards, backed by the National Endowment for Science Technology and the Arts, on show at the Science Museum, London, from June 21 to November.
Wrexham's only highspot came in the early stages, with keeper Taylor having to dive at Connolly's feet.
And along with Adam and youngest brother Gideon , (a nice cameo here from Ben Turner) delivered a super trio with Love Never Goes Away, which for me was the musical highspot.
A career highspot for Peter Brookshaw and Seamus O'Neill as Fealty springs a 33-1 surprise at the main expense of favourite Bajan Sunshine in the Sun Alliance Hurdle at Cheltenham.
He admitted that reaching the World Cup Final with the youth team when Scotland hosted the tournament in 1989 remains the highspot of his career.