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acro- top; peak; height. [1/2 definitions]
acute of a disease, occurring suddenly, then rapidly progressing to a peak and coming shortly to an end. (Cf. chronic.) [1/7 definitions]
ballistics the technology of designing missiles for peak performance. [1/3 definitions]
Ben Nevis the highest mountain peak in Great Britain (elevation, 4,406 feet, or 1,344 meters), located in the Grampian Mountains of western Scotland. [1/2 definitions]
bloom the state or time of being in peak condition; prime. [1/8 definitions]
cap1 a soft, close-fitting head cover, often with a peak or visor but without a brim. [1/9 definitions]
crescendo a gradual increase in loudness, force, or intensity, esp. of a musical passage, or the peak of such an increase. (Cf. decrescendo.) [1/5 definitions]
crest a peak or prominence, as of a mountain or wave. [2/7 definitions]
efflorescence the high point, peak, or culmination of a career, life, or the like. [1/5 definitions]
flood tide the peak of the incoming tide. [1/3 definitions]
full-blown at peak bloom. [1/2 definitions]
Gila River Relocation Center a U.S. internment camp located on the Gila River Indian Reservation that was built for the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II. At its peak, there were over 13,000 people forcibly living there.
Granada Relocation Center a U.S. internment camp, also known as Camp Amache, located in southeastern Colorado that was built for the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II. At its peak, there were 7,300 people forcibly living there.
half tide the condition or point in time of a tide halfway between its peak ebb and flow.
height the peak or uppermost point. [1/5 definitions]
Jerome Relocation Center a U.S. internment camp located in southeastern Arkansas that was built for the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II. At its peak in late 1942, there were 8,500 people forcibly living there. After it was closed, the Jerome Center was converted into a holding camp for German prisoners of war.
lantern a tall, narrow structure at the peak of a building, esp. one with openings that admit light. [1/3 definitions]
Manzanar Relocation Center an internment camp located in east-central California that was built for the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II between 1942 and 1945. At its peak in late 1942, there were over 10,000 people being held there. Manzanar was the first and largest of the relocation centers and is now preserved as a National Historic Site.
meridian the highest point or peak; zenith. [2/7 definitions]
Minidoka Relocation Center a U.S. internment camp located in Idaho that was built for the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II. At its peak, there were over 7,000 people forcibly living there.
Moab Isolation Center a special U.S. internment camp located near Moab, Utah, occupied in 1943 by American citizens of Japanese descent who had been deemed to be "trouble-makers" during their previous internment at ordinary camps created for the holding of Japanese-Americans during World War II. The conditions at the Moab Isolation Center were harsher than at other camps. At its peak, there were about fifty people being held there.