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The Latin word for summit, the apex is the tip of a pyramidal or rounded structure, such as the lung or the heart. The apex of the lung is indeed its tip'its rounded most superior portion. The ap [..]
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The very tip or peak of something
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the tip of the root of a tooth.
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The tip or end of the root end of the tooth.
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Apex is a strongly typed, object-oriented programming language that allows developers to execute flow and transaction control statements on the Force.com platform server in conjunction with calls to t [..]
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c. 1600, from Latin apex "summit, peak, tip, top, extreme end;" probably related to apere "to fasten, fix," hence "the tip of anything" (one of the meanings in Latin was [..]
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the highest point, the point at the top of a shape.
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tip, point, top, or summit.
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The tip of a stem. Apical bud
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The tip, pointed end, or growing point of an organ.
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The tip or terminal end. Aphid
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The end, top, or peak of a structure. For example, the stigma
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of the pistil
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The highest point of the tree. On a bonsai, this can be a single branch or a series of small branches . It can also be foliage or jin.
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The tip of a stem or root.
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The top most point of the back swing; there is an actual stop there. A synonym for zenith
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the highest tip of something, such as the top point of a triangle
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n. The highest point, as of a mountain.
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The new Farm MAnagement Software from AMS which replaces JDOffice.
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Highest point, or furthest point from reference
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Highest point.
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(a´peks) The tip or pointed end of a conical structure. aphasia
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The very bottom of the root of your tooth
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The abbreviation for Accepted Practices Exchange. Apex refers to an initiative of the Convention Industry Council to develop and implement industry-wide accepted practices in order to provide industry [..]
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the point of a character where two lines meet at the top, an example of this is the point on the letter A.
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(L. apex
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Top or peak of a pyramidal or conical form.
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Advance Purchase Excursion (fare). These are usually the cheapest tickets the passenger can get though they are restricted in number.
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Accepted Practices Exchange.
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[Outline of leaf blade] -- End part, or tip, furthest away from main axis of plant.
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The point(s) or region on the line through a corner that touches the corner's inner radius.
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(n) the highest point (of something)(n) the point on the celestial sphere toward which the sun and solar system appear to be moving relative to the fixed stars
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Pronunciation ˈeɪpeks The tip of the tongue.
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the topmost height, really means the pointed olive-wood spike on the top of the cap of a Roman priest. The cap fitted close to the head and was fastened under the chin by a fillet. It was applied also [..]
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Definition: (AY-pex) With regard to the prostate gland, it is the tip or bottom, the part farthest away from the bladder, which is directly above the prostate. By contrast, the base is the part closes [..]
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The middle point of the inside line around a corner at which drivers aim their cars.
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 the sharpest part of a turn where the transition from entering to exiting takes place.
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the very tip of the root of a tooth
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The highest point on a joist or joist girder where the sloped chords meet. See also Peak.
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The area of a turn near its center.
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Tip or top of an animal or plant structure. Apex
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The point of a corner where your car should be placed closest to the inside of the turn, this is the point in the corner where you go from asking the car to turn to unwinding the wheel and allowing th [..]
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the point in a corner where a car is closest to the inside edge of the track. Drivers try to "hit" the apex to take the straightest line and maintain maximum speed. 
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The geometric center and innermost point of a turn or corner on a roadway or race course.
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The tip of a plant root or shoot.
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The tip or terminal end of the root of a Tooth. (Jablonski, Dictionary of Dentistry, 1992, p62)
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the tip or end of the root end of the tooth.
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the portion of a body part farthest from the base or point of attachment. The apex of the elytra is the portion at the rear end of the elytra.
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tip, pointed end of a structure
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The far distal end of a structure. Opposite of base.
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(plural: apices) outermost tip of the forewing, where the costa meets the termen
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(plural: apices) The wingtip: the area of a wing usually furthest from the body, where the costa
Source: lepidoptera.butterflyhouse.com.au

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the very tip of the root of a tooth.
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the very tip of the root of a tooth
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the very tip of the root of a tooth. Aspirator
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The tip of the root of a tooth. Apicoectomy
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the very tip of the root of a tooth Aspirator
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<dentistry> The very bottom of the root of your tooth. (08 Jan 1998)
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The inside part of a corner that is considered to be the ideal racing line
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The tip of a stem or root.
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The point towards which a body is moving.
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an airline term meaning &quot; advance purchase excursion fare &quot; - normally the least expensive fares
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Advanced Purchase Excursion Fare: Usually has to be booked in advance and accordingly offers a low or lowest price. Restrictions usually apply.
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Stands for “advance purchase excursion”. Such tickets can be purchased for a discount directly from the airline or consolidator. However, the term “advanced purchase” strictly applies. From th [..]
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Advance Purchase EXcursion
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Tip or top.
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The summit or highest point of an object.
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===Noun=== ====the point in time of highest intensity or success==== =====Synonyms===== acme apex apogee capstone climax culmination height peak pinnacle zenith Roget 1911|summit * Moby II
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apex
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Apex may refer to:
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In anatomy, an apex (adjectival form: apical) is part of the shell of a mollusk. The apex is the pointed tip (the oldest part) of the shell of a gastropod, scaphopod, or cephalopod. The apex is used i [..]
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The apex was a cap worn by the flamines and Salii at Rome. The essential part of the apex, to which alone the name properly belonged, was a pointed piece of olive-wood, the base of which was surrounde [..]
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Apex radio stations (also known as skyscraper and pinnacle) was the name commonly given to a short-lived group of United States broadcasting stations, which were used to evaluate transmitting on frequ [..]
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In geometry, an apex (Latin for 'summit, peak, tip, top, extreme end') is the vertex which is in some sense the "highest" of the figure to which it belongs. The term is typically used to ref [..]
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Apex (altitude physiology expeditions) is a high altitude medical research charity. It is based in Edinburgh, Scotland and was founded in 2000. It has conducted fourhigh altitude research expeditions [..]
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Apex (altitude physiology expeditions) is a high altitude medical research charity. It is based in Edinburgh, Scotland and was founded in 2000. It has conducted fourhigh altitude research expeditions [..]
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In written Latin, the apex (plural "apices") is a mark with roughly the shape of an acute accent ( ´ ) which is placed over vowels to indicate that they are long. The shape and length of th [..]
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In typography, an apex is an upward pointing shape found in certain letters. For example, the pointed top of the capital letter A, as well as the top point of the lower case letter t. Also the middle [..]
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William Stanberry, better known as Apex is an American record producer and DJ. He is the founder of the label Apex Productionz. He is best known for producing 50 Cent's hit "I Get Money".
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Apex (known as Racing Evoluzione in PAL territories) is an arcade-style racing video game that was released on the Xbox in 2003. It was created by Italian studio Milestone and was exclusively released [..]
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Apex (known as Racing Evoluzione in PAL territories) is an arcade-style racing video game that was released on the Xbox in 2003. It was created by Italian studio Milestone and was exclusively released [..]
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Apex is an annual esports tournament held in New Jersey that focused on fighting games, specifically Super Smash Bros. The event's first incarnation was in 2009 with Jesus "Jman" Fernandez a [..]
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Apex is a street gang in Melbourne, Australia. It was formed in 2012. The founding members were part of Victoria's South Sudanese community, although the gang later became more diverse, particularly a [..]
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Robert Dickeson, known by his stage name Apex - is a British drum and bass music producer and DJ from Kent, England.
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