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[top-noch] /ˈtɒpˈnɒtʃ/
a topnotch job.
Also, top-notch.
Origin of topnotch
1820-30; top1 + notch
outstanding, notable, superior. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Similarly, many small businesses are hiring topnotch business-school students who would normally be outside their price range.
  • Specifically, the effort of trying to get my two kids placed in a topnotch middle school.
  • The annual showcase by this topnotch conservatory, always a pleasure, has an impressive lineup this year.
  • It takes a topnotch and patient birder to spot all five rail species recorded here.
  • In addition, these standards have been developed using topnotch experts, and are internationally benchmarked.
  • topnotch speakers, vendors and paralegals all gathered to enjoy a delicious dinner, great door prizes and legal education.
  • The trend to develop topnotch cooperative management will continue at all levels.

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