hit the high

hit the high

points/spots
To direct attention to the most important points or places.
See also: high, hit
References in classic literature ?
"Your head and mine would even now be galumping through the bush as Makawao hit the high places for home," Harley concluded for her.
If Vahna'd put me wise to where it came from, I could say good-bye to railroading and hit the high places for Nebraska and Sarah.
If Christina Aguilera can hit the high notes, she believes others can, too.
5 years ago A JAZZ band was hoping to hit the high notes after joining the Gazette's Wish campaign.
The singers are trying to hit the high notes at a national competition.
Summary: Shoppers eager to hit the high street after being trapped at home by the snow helped retail sales bounce back in January.
SHOPS face a pounds 1.7billion fall in Christmas trade as cyber sales and a spending squeeze hit the high street.
Millions hit the high street to stock up on everything from burgers to flat-screen TVs.
CRUISE hits the heights - with one and a half million Britons expected to hit the high seas in 2008, a 15% surge on 2007.
Even at 78, Andy can still hit the high notes, and entertain an audience with his professionalism.
RUGBY & Northampton AC's dynamic duo of Lauren Ambrose and Martin Vincent hit the high spots as they snatches superb victories in the National Junior Athletics League at Stoke-on-Trent's Northwood Stadium.
Compounding news at NPE hit the high points of current interest, especially wood-fiber, long-glass, and nanoclay composites.
Temperatures hit the high 80s yesterday as people took to beaches, parks and beer gardens across the country and could top 90F by the middle of the week.
THE search is on to find the Welsh Singer of the Year 2002, a new talent who can hit the high notes, or the low notes to follow in the footsteps of Rebecca Evans or Bryn Terfel.