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skyline

the line at which the earth and sky appear to meet; horizon

skyline

The outline of buildings against the background of the sky.
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In exchange, Skyline is currently expected to issue approximately 47.
The top universities took part are Skyline, Manipal, Middlesex, Bits Pilani, American University of Sharjah, Zabist, Heriot Watt and Wollongong.
com)-- Skyline[R] Sector 5 was recently honored with the Customer Engagement Leader award at the 2016 Skyline Brandy Awards.
Global Banking News-December 18, 2014--Ellington Financial plans to invest in Skyline Financial
John Tsampas was recently named as Skyline Restoration's new president.
s Skyline and Sufco mines have each earned state recognition with a 2013 Earth Day Award for exhibiting outstanding environmental efforts in Utah.
IPD ), announced today the closing on April 15, 2013 of a $15 million senior loan to Skyline Blue Mountain Village Inc.
Muscat: Indian construction company Skyline Builders has recently adopted the novel concept of "transit homes" for homeowners, as part of the company's customer-service initiatives.
com's Top 10 City Skylines from five different continents: Hong Kong - Packed with more skyscrapers and people living above the 14th floor (read: that makes it a 'vertical city') than any other city on the planet, Hong Kong and its skyline are transforming by the day.
Appeal of cities manifests itself in their public space, which includes public urban macro-images, in other words, urban skyline.
The English Language Institute of California's Skyline College simplifies the process with Skyline ESL Registration Day, an all-inclusive day of applications, placement tests, financial information, and orientations--with snacks and child care, too.
BIRMINGHAM'S skyline - with its iconic Rotunda and Selfridges store - has been mistaken for Frankfurt's in a survey.