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    1. Then there is the artistic apogee of a pregnant woman, her womb ripped open to display the fetus

    2. In the early 1990s, shareware distribution was a popular method of publishing games for smaller developers, including then-fledgling companies such as Apogee (now 3D Realms), Epic Megagames (now Epic Games), and id Software

    3. It is on an elliptical orbit with a perigee of 140 miles, an apogee of 580 miles and an inclination of 65 degrees

    4. That meant that the perigee and apogee points, respectively the lowest and highest altitudes of her orbit, had to be as close to each other as possible

    5. As Beethoven’s reputation reached its apogee, he began to earn a great deal

    6. grabbed his arm at the apogee of his swing and pulled ZJ off balance

    7. "It is finished" – that Jesus proclaimed, going up to the final point, to the apogee

    8. That was probably, come to think of it, the geometric apogee of his life, because the salesman’s Second Commandment (again) was Believe What Thou Art Selling, and this proved to be a little trickier than the First, when what thou werst selling wast thyself

    9. “I’ve a Mind to board ye both, Lasses,” said Cocklyn, as if this were the very Apogee of Wit, “but with yer Decks awash so, I’ll ’ave to save me Sail fer a better Wind, tho’ me Bowsprit is sound as any, ho, ho!”

    10. The daily chart of Apogee Enterprises, Inc

    11. 763–809), fifth Abbasid caliph, who ruled from 786 to 809, was a munificent patron of letters and arts, and under him Baghdad was at its apogee

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    Synonyms for "apogee"

    apogee culmination edge border extremity butt boundary last bounds

    "apogee" definitions

    a final climactic stage

    apoapsis in Earth orbit; the point in its orbit where a satellite is at the greatest distance from the Earth