Its placing at the apex of British life is itself a little nuts, as the Ovation series shows.
You thought that LeBron James had already reached the apex of cultural relevancy?
But the KKK actually reached its apex of influence during the 1920s.
Maybe the era Michael represented, the apex of American power he sang the soundtrack for, ends here as well.
Just as we had the housing bubble, we now seem to be at the apex of the stainless steel bubble.
We have then a somewhat pear-shaped area or triangular area with the apex at the apex of the heart.
Researches in the direction of the apex have not been made recently.
Longitudinally and horizontally, from apex to apex of the cones, was a steel deck dividing the vessel into two equal parts.
With the pointer in his hand he touched the star at the apex of the fir.
Spiro was delaying their death until the workers of apex would have time to gather and witness it.
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 "small rod at the top of the flamen's cap"), from PIE *ap- "to take, reach." Proper plural is apices.
apex a·pex (ā'pěks)
n. pl. a·pex·es or a·pi·ces (ā'pĭ-sēz', āp'ĭ-)
The pointed end of a conical or pyramidal structure.