It reaches its apogee in Bodrum, since nowhere in Turkey is the produce and seafood fresher or more abundant.
Winehouse laid down the track in her attic studio in 2009, at the apogee of her hard-partying ways.
The apogee of all this dressing came on December 23, 1908, when he formed The Mark Twain Corporation.
We missed the apogee of the hippie revolution becoming something more serious.
During her apogee she had a neat little house in the Rue Chauchat, and lived as Opera nymphs used to live in the old days.
The second measures the distance of the sun from its apogee.
The work of Faith has there attained its apogee: that of conferences, of interims, of diplomacy begins.
The acquisition of this soul marks the apogee of the greatness of a people.
But it is certainly in The White Peacock that this sensation attains its apogee.
It seems that arborescent vegetation had then attained its apogee.