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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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"Many of our customers are incorporating cannabis into their lifestyle, and The High End meets this new need in a way that only Barneys New York can," said Daniella Vitale, Chief Executive Officer & President, Barneys New York.
As the table on page 5 shows, the stock prices for only a few industry companies ended the year close to the high end of their 52-week range.
On the high end, where resident demand increasingly dictates designing large private quarters, just how big should you go?
Prices of portable spectrophotometers range from $3500 to $7000 on the low end and $7500-10,000 on the high end. (The latter figure is down from $10,000-12,000 three years ago.)
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The glamour and high end shopping environment comes at a price.
Today's launch of the 2.0-megapixel OV2620 for the high end, 1.3-megapixel OV9640 for the midrange, and CIF-resolution OV6650 for the entry level gives OmniVision the best lineup of small-footprint image sensors in the industry and provides a clear roadmap for our customers in the mobile phone market."
For 10 years they hadn't found a whole lot new, and now at the very high end they have a box that will outperform anything on the planet." Another analyst also commented that DMX will correct EMC's market losses due to flagging technology.

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