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high end

Top of the line. Refers to the most sophisticated, and typically the most expensive, product in a line.
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2) a proposal to approve the Business Combination Agreement, as amended, and the Amalgamation Agreement, both dated September 18, 2007, that would cause High End to acquire Electrolinks; and
local time, at the offices of High End, 2610-1066 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
The focus of these suppliers has been the high end of the market, and up to now they have dedicated most of their resources to addressing the needs of enterprise customers.
The multiple design successes of high end EMMA products demonstrates the ability of Sierra Pinnacle to address the demands of large, highly complex nanometer designs, and we are very delighted that NEC Electronics has standardized on the Sierra solution for its high-end products.
The NVIDIA Quadro FX 5500 by PNY Technologies - features the latest ultra high end GPU and an exceptional 1GB of dedicated graphics memory.
In order to dominate the leading position in the exclusive high end PC market, by leading the untapped market of high-end luxury electronics, the Company's goals are as follows:
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