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Top End

the Austral the northern part of the Northern Territory
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On his first visit to the venue this season, Richard pulled out Peg 1 at the top end of the stretch and did the business with an excellent 32-0-0 of bream and one tench all taken on a groundbait feeder with chopped worm and casters with worm on the hook.
Across the group, Woodrow said it expected full-year results to be towards the top end of market expectations.
"Invacare Top End has made constant innovative and technological strides in the field of sports and recreational wheelchairs.
Auto Business News-September 22, 2014--Cadillac plans to start production of new 'top end high-technology car'
Lawrence Hall, spokesman for Zoopla.co.uk, said: "The top end of the property market operates seemingly in isolation to the rest of the market.
Other features include a 1,600x900 resolution display, powered by Intel HD 4000 graphics for the base model and the Nvidia GeForce GT 630M performing the duties on the top end model.
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 12, 2012-Agrium Inc expects first half earnings results to be near top end outlook range(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
The region enjoyed the largest percentage increase in sales of properties worth at least pounds 1m in the first six months of 2011, with 13 top end homes sold, compared with just three in the first half of 2010.
As well as healthy competition for the top end, the demand within the middle market was also strong.
Surveyors in London reported a growing gulf between the top end and mainstream housing market, with top end clients eager to buy.
In a letter from the RFU to the group Burwell states: "When we have sorted out the top end of the game we'll then look at levels five and below but until then you will just have to be patient."