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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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Barney's Musical Castle, one among the highlights for children during the inaugural edition of 'Eid in Dubai', was attended by Sheikha Shamma and Sheikha Salaama, daughters of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President and Prime Minister, and Ruler of Dubai, on the first day of the new initiative organized by the Dubai Shopping Festival Office along with National Bonds, the founder sponsor of the event.
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. In dental offices I think we have similar characters, whom I will call "Minnie and Maxine" (my apologies to any real characters who just happen to have those names).
Some 17,000 people visit the Newmarket museum every year; one of the highlights for children is the Practice Gallery, where as part of the charge for admission, they can ride a horse simulator - which is highly realistic and great fun.
Jack Myers is Professor Emeritus of Zoology at the University of Texas at Austin and the Senior Science Editor for "Highlights for Children".
(To be sure, Bruce himself contributed to this.) 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."
Many fine children's magazines that are child centered and easy to read include Cricket, LadyBug, Highlights for Children, Humpty Dumpty and Kid City.
Content includes magazines such as Highlights for Children, Ranger Rick, Sports Illustrated for Kids, and Time for Kids, and books including Children Today, The World Almanac for Kids, and Young Students Learning Library.
Content includes magazines such as Highlights for Children, Ranger Rick, and Time for Kids; and books including Children today, The World Almanac for Kids, and Young Students Learning Library.
This kind of discussion highlights for children the difficulties in placing objects into discrete categories.
His Pinocchio is a hammered-together construct, resembling Disney's wooden bambino in only one acetate painting, looking more often like a junior Timbertoe from Highlights for Children. Mostly, his depiction changes from artwork to artwork, touching on an array of picture-book styles, from expressionistic scrawl to elegantly languid line drawing.