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high-rise

A building having a large number of floors, usually constructed where land costs are high.
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Cytonn's regional markets senior manager Johnson Denge said commercial zoning allowed investments in mixed-use real estate highrise developments contributing up to nine per cent in earnings.
While the malicious software provides the CIA with a powerful snooping tool, there is a major limitation to Highrise.
On a more positive note it is pleasing to read that council Labour leader John Clancy will 'not let the grass grow under one's feet' in taking action to strengthen fire safety in tower blocks, as he 'pledges sprinklers for all two hundred and thirteen council highrises in an urgent safety blitz' (Birmingham Mail, June 23).
But, Highrise is more than a just a CRM and its features include a help desk, group email client, and company address book all in one.
I lived in a highrise when I was five, in Paris, and I don't have great memories of it.
Highrise is a small business CRM and web-based contact manager developed by 37signals.
Incidentally, the superhit Race , which released in 2008, had a pivotal shot that involved Saif Ali Khan being pushed off a highrise by Bipasha Basu and Akshaye Khanna.
If something is not done about it soon, Dogfather will have to build a highrise tower to accommodate his canine friends.
As he and his friends Hud, Jason, Marlena and Lily (TJ Miller, Mike Vogel, Lizzy Caplan and Jessica Lucas) emerge onto the street, something very big, scaly and angry is trashing the city, and one of the targets is a highrise where Rob's girlfriend lives.
HIGHRISE HELLS Dubai Tower and, inset, the Palace of Culture
GARDNER - The Gardner Highrise Building is one of the most fireproof in the city, but Fire Chief Ronald Therrien said fires happen even in the safest buildings.
I'd fly back to England, (from filming out in South Africa), and relish seeing the huge, highrise buildings in London Actress Amanda Holden You have to renew yourself, because tomorrow is what matters in fashion.