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Of the highest quality; excellent.‘top-quality organic produce’
- ‘Services that had been available only to the few or the wealthy, such as top-quality health and financial advice, are now available to many.’
- ‘Pearson spent his first two years conducting geological surveys to locate top-quality wine real estate.’
- ‘Top-quality items tend to hold their value better even when markets are depressed.’
- ‘Arctic Wild prides itself on local guides proficient in natural history, low impact camping and top-quality gear.’
- ‘What shape would musical life in our country take if every student had access to top-quality music instruction and assessment?’
- ‘Really top-quality minds have a touch of humility about them that leaves them constantly open to new ideas.’
- ‘A top-quality flour can make a bread or a pasta remarkable instead of just ordinary.’
- ‘The business has developed a strong relationship with about two dozen top-quality parts suppliers.’
- ‘Big-name universities, top-quality hospitals, and state or federal facilities aren't built overnight.’
- ‘Finding, retaining and developing top-quality workers is every boss's dream.’
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