upper-level

ADJECTIVE
  1. at an elevated level in rank or importance
    a high-level corporate briefing
    upper-level management
    a high-level official
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  • I progressed happily through differential equations and linear algebra to upper-level engineering courses on time-series analysis and computer programming.
  • upper-level management
  • Roberto Alomar to the Mets would "infuse" some upper-level talent in the name of Alex Escobar into the system. USATODAY.com - Indians 2002 prospect report
  • Over the next several days, an upper-level area of of low pressure (with a counter-clockwise circulation) will migrate southeastward from the Northern Plains. Tropical Storm Matthew may threaten U.S.
  • In the beating in an upper-level bathroom, police were looking for a man described as a Samoan or Pacific Islander in his late 20s, with a goatee and a ponytail, who stands more than 6 feet tall and weighs more than 220 pounds. SFGate: Top News Stories
  • Such lows usually form when a strong wind speed maximum riding along the main belt of westerly jet stream winds dives into a deep upper-level trough or dip in the jet.
  • I progressed happily through differential equations and linear algebra to upper-level engineering courses on time-series analysis and computer programming.
  • The first is the ridge of high pressure which exists between depressions moving from west to east steered by the upper-level jet stream.
  • And having my roots originally in dressage and then moving onto eventing, I was a little embarrassed for our upper-level eventers. The World Equestrian Games: Olympics For Horses
  • She said that the program is best suited to upper-level students who have already adjusted to life on campus and in the community.
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