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Grabner hit his high-water mark of 34 goals during the 2010-11 season.
His previous high-water marks were earned with Illuminate, which bowed with 145,000 units (with 121,000 of that in album sales), according to Nielsen Music.
The sale is the highest single-family transaction historically in the Westside neighborhood, property records show, besting the previous high-water mark of $32.5 million set two years ago.
The previous high-water mark was set by the 2009 team, which began 30-20.
The film earned $50 million worldwide and would mark Anderson’s high-water mark as a feature director.
Polley’s third 3-pointer of the half, which established a career scoring high for him, extended the lead to 40-28 with 1:54 left, the high-water mark.
Amy Seeley, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Romeoville, Ill., said the river was measured at 13.3 feet at 9:45 a.m. Friday, surpassing the previous high-water mark of 13.04 set Sept. 19, 2008, by almost three inches.
In that case, the Texas Rangers hit their high-water mark in Toronto on Saturday.
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high-water mark Synonyms
HIGH-WATER MARK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of high-water mark for English Language Learners
: the time when something is most active, successful, etc.
: the highest level that water from a river, ocean, etc., reaches especially during a flood
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