ahigh

ahigh

(əˈhaɪ)
adv
at a significant height
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QUETTA:Where Islam has given ahigh standard to women, it also states to provide them the same grooming and education as being imparted to men.
AHIGH Court judge has asked Education Secretary Damian Hinds to explain why a troubled 16-year-old girl has not been found a place in a secure accommodation unit.
AHIGH school which was deemed "unsatisfactory" by inspectors has been taken out of special measures.
The European Commission said on Wednesday it is ahigh timea that Bulgaria and Romania become full members of the Schengen area and urged the Council of the EU to take the necessary actions in this regard, SeeNews reported.
Occ is therefore looking to engage the services of ahigh quality supplier, who will deliver a fit for purposeand value for money replacement for the legacy drand backup solution
AHIGH protein cookie company that launched in Whitley Bay less than two years ago is now exporting to more than 55 countries across the world.
To study the difference between the mean stress scores of students having ahigh and low level of emotional intelligence.
AHIGH octane version of Shakespeare's witty battle of the sexes, Much Ado About Nothing, is coming to Coventry.
Thaicom is marking the tenth anniversary of IPSTAR -- aHigh Throughput Satellite (HTS) and one of the catalysts of the huge shift the satellite industry has undergone over the past decade.
Damascus, SANA -Temperatures continue to rise tobecome slightly above the average as thesoutheastern superficial low air pressurescontinues to affect the country accompanied with ahigh air pressures in the upper layers of theatmosphere.
Lithuanian-born Jaroslav Atraskevic, 42, claimed at the AHigh Court the conditions in Lithuanian prisons were so bad that sending him back would amount to inhuman or degrading treatment in breach of his Article 3 rights under the European Convention on Human Rights.