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    I've seen high-end used with products and with customers; today I encountered its being used to describe decease.

    Is it a common usage? I assume it means "severe cases" in this instance?
    The sentence was "We treat the high end of the decease."
    Last edited by MadHorse; 16-Dec-2005 at 22:16.

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    Re: high-end

    I hadn't heard it, but it is used:
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