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[groups] The Summit format is used in jazz to bring together performers on a particular musical instrument. Though these recording often feature other musicians (notably a rhythm section), the main instrument is focused upon in a celebratory way. The saxophone quartet has since become a somewhat common format, and to a lesser extent the bas
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[n] - a meeting of heads of governments
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In international diplomacy, a personal meeting between heads of state to settle international crises and other matters of general concern. `Summit` was first used in this sense by Winston...
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Sum'mit noun [ French sommet , dim. of Old French som , sum , top, from Latin summum , from summus highest. See Sum , noun ] 1. The top; the highest point. « Fixed on the summit of the highest mount.»
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1. The top; the highest point. 'Fixed on the summit of the highest mount.' (Shak) ... 2. The highest degree; the utmost elevation; the acme; as, the summit of human fame. ... 3. <zoology> The most elevated part of a bivalve shell, or the part in which the hinge is situated. Summit level, the highest level of a canal, a railroad, or the like,
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summit meeting noun a meeting of heads of governments
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the top of a hill or mountain top; more generally, the highest point of any landscape feature
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Summit

• (n.) The most elevated part of a bivalve shell, or the part in which the hinge is situated. • (n.) The highest degree; the utmost elevation; the acme; as, the summit of human fame. • (n.) The top; the highest point.
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Summit

village, Cook county, northeastern Illinois, U.S. Summit is a suburb of Chicago, located about 13 miles (21 km) southwest of downtown. It lies on the ...
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summit 1. The highest point or part, as of a hill, a line of travel, or any object; top; apex. 2. The highest point of attainment or aspiration: the summit of one's ambition. 3. The highest state or degree. 4. The highest level of diplomatic or other governmental officials: 'A meeting of governments was planned for the summit.'
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[Catonsville, Maryland] Summit is a historic home located at Catonsville, Baltimore County, Maryland. It a large brick house, once part of a country estate owned by James Albert Gary. It features a three-story Italianate tower and large wing extending to the rear. The main fa├žade is three stories and five bays wide, with the tower located
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[puzzle] Summit is a word puzzle and scoring system developed by Winning Moves UK in 2008, and is published in Take A Break and Puzzler Magazines, and appears every Friday in The Evening Standard, and Monday to Friday in the Daily Mail, in the puzzle pages. Top Trumps also has a version of Summit on the back (bar code) card of every pack (f
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[song] `Summit` is a song by Josh Gabriel, released as a single/EP in 2007 and reaching number 2 in the buzz chart. It includes remixes by Gabriel himself, Christopher Norman and Dusty Kid. It was exclusively released on Beatport on November 15, and was available on iTunes Store from November 29. This is the tenth release from Gabriel & Dre
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Summit is a cultivated variety of potato.
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[Amtrak station] Summit is peculiar for a Metra station in that it is served by more Amtrak trains (four trains per direction throughout the day) than by Metra trains (three inbound morning and three outbound evening rush hour tains). This was also a stop for the Ann Rutledge until April 2007. ==Bus connections== Pace ...
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summit

  1. the highest level or degree attainable
  2. the uppermost part of a shape
  3. the top point of a mountain or hill
  4. a meeting of heads of governments

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Summit, city (1990 pop. 19,757), Union co., NE N.J., a residential suburb of the New York City–N New Jersey metropolitan area; settled c.1720, set off from Springfield and New Providence and inc. 1869. Pharmaceuticals are made, and several major companies have research facilities there. Situat...
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summit

In international diplomacy, a personal meeting between heads of state to settle international crises and other matters of general concern. `Summit` was first used in this sense by Winston Churchill in 1950, although it could be applied to the meetings between himself, Roosevelt, and Stalin at Tehran and Yalta during World War II. During t...
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[NJT station] == Station layout and services == There are three tracks and two platforms at the station, Track 1, Track 2, and Track 3, the latter more commonly referred to on site as the `Wall Track,` which is located on the Broad Street side of the Station. The Track 1 platform (on the north side) is accessible via the Station overpass or
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[meeting] A summit meeting (or summit) is a meeting of heads of state or government, usually with considerable media exposure, tight security and a prearranged agenda. Notable summit meetings include those of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill and Joseph Stalin during World War II. During the Cold War, when American presidents joined
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[The Outer Limits] `Summit` is an episode of The Outer Limits television show. It first aired on 21 May 1999, during the fifth season. ==Introduction== On a barren planetoid, diplomats from Earth and Dregocia meet to discuss peace. ==Opening narration== ==Plot== Several centuries in the future Humans from Earth (The United Coalition) and a
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[game] Summit is a Cold War board wargame introduced in 1961 by Milton Bradley as `The Top Level Game of Global Strategy`, with an updated release in 1971. Each player chooses one of the major powers from the 1950s/1960s era and controlled their economic and military buildup during each turn, much like Risk. == Board == The board is an azim
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In topography, a summit is a point on a surface that is higher in elevation than all points immediately adjacent to it. Mathematically, a summit is a local maximum in elevation. In terms of elevation opposite to it are foothills. The topographic terms `acme`, `apex`, `peak`, and `zenith` are synonyms. ==Definition== The term `summit` is ...
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[disambiguation] A summit is the highest point of a mountain, hill, road, or railway. The term may also refer to: ==Places== ==Rail-related== ==Schools== ==Businesses== ==Music== ==Entertainment== ==Sports== ==Other uses== ...
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Synonym (dt peak) for the white table grape Sultana , see there.
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