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highlights

[′hī‚līts]
(electronics)
Bright areas occurring in a television image.
(graphic arts)
The bright parts of a subject that show up as the densest part of the negative and the lightest or whitest part of a print.
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Devoted to "Fun with a Purpose," family media brand Highlights for Children, Inc.
Also on the agenda are a number of sporting and interactive highlights for children and adolescents, run under the auspices of spark7.
Because of our time-honored commitment to delivering 'fun with a purpose' content that supports educational development, Highlights can uniquely meet the needs of parents and children, wherever they live in the world," said Kent Johnson, CEO of Highlights for Children, Inc.
One of the highlights for children will be the final of the FAIRANDFUNKY Feast on a Plate, judged by the head chef of Holmfirth's Carniceria Restaurant.
The August 2012 issue of Highlights for Children features a drawing by 10-year-old Madison Ouellette of Uxbridge.
Summary: DUBAI --Barney's Musical Castle, one of the highlights for children during the inaugural edition of 'Eid in Dubai', was attended by Shaikha Shamma and Shaikha Salaama, daughters of His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.
Written by the late zoologist Jack Myers, who for more than 40 years brought science to readers of Highlights for Children magazine, the book explains why all of these possibilities seemed reasonable 200 years ago.
As readers of Highlights for Children know well, the character Gallant shines not only because he is good, but because his counterpart, Goofus, is such a jerk.
I'm sure many of you are familiar with "Goofus and Gallant" from the popular magazine Highlights for Children.
Jack Myers, Highlights for Children, 803 Church Street, Honesdale, PA 18431.
A drawing of a tulip and a poem by Rachel Lytton of Eugene has been published in the August 2003 issue of Highlights for Children.
Part of the reason is that Bruce's insistence on his didactic function--"I'm a surgeon with a scalpel for false values," he used to say--transformed him into an adults-only version of the tedious magazine Highlights for Children, whose subtitle threatens to deliver "Fun With a Purpose.