top story

top story

 and upper story
Sl. the brain; one's mind and intellect. A little weak in the upper story, but other than that, a great guy. He has nothing for a top story.
See also: story, top

top story

and upper story
n. the brain. I don’t think her top story is occupied. A little weak in the upper story, but other than that, a great guy.
See also: story, top
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Our most-read Top Story of 2016 examined how the diminished harvest of 2015 affected the bulk wine market.
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It was top story on Five Live sport and made the Sky Sports breaking news bar (admittedly so did Luis Suarez arriving for training at Liverpool the same day imagine that: man turns up for work).
RAMALLAH, March 13, 2013 (WAFA) -- The top story in two of the three Palestinian Arabic dailies on Wednesday was on the Israeli army killing of a Palestinian in Fawwar refugee camps, south of Hebron.
ABC's top story was the Hubble space telescope (12 rain v CBS 8, NBC 4), continuing its Rescue Mission series on the training of Shuttle Atlantis astronauts for their fixit spacewalks.
9, behind the Iraq policy debate and coverage of the Iraq war, but Smith's death loomed much larger on cable news, which made her its top story.
A new survey conducted by NOP for UK book chain Waterstone's has found that Raymond Briggs' children's classic The Snowman is the top story for Christmas.
You have the hardware news, that's the top story, but people are still here looking for what they're going to be playing in the next few months.
The top story was about the new Anglican church that will be built in a small village north of Stanley Mission.
HFN's coverage of the International Consumer Electronics Show, from the keynote address by Bill Gates (left) right through new-product details, starts on page 3, continues in the Top Story on pages 10 and 11, Opinion on page 12 and the Consumer Electronics section starting on page 37.
As a result, the top story has 40 rooms while the second floor has only four.
With 32 ballots cast, 31 of the editors picked clergy sex abuse of minors as the top story of the year.
On page one of the paper, and on the National Post web page, the top story was: Pope confronts 'sin' of sex abuse.
But in fact the night train goes nowhere; it comprises the top story of a blue skyscraper block to whose manifold windows are pressed eyes as large, colorful, and blandly expressionless as the camouflage spots of certain butterflies.
In 1936, editors picked as top story the British crisis caused by the romance of King Edward VIII and the American divorcee Wallis Simpson, which led to the king's abdication.