Definitions for "TOPS"
long fibres straightened by combing
A continuous, untwisted strand of combed alpaca fibers from which the shorter fibers have been removed by combing.
Sliver which forms the starting material for the worsted and other drawing systems. Tops are usually formed by combing, or by the cutting or controlled breaking of continuous filament man-made fibres and the assembly of the resultant staple fibres into sliver.
Keywords:  tiptop, golfer, notch, athlete, tennis
of the highest quality; "an ace reporter"; "a crack shot"; "a first-rate golfer"; "a super party"; "played top-notch tennis"; "an athlete in tiptop condition"; "she is absolutely tops"
The remainder of a tree's length after the log portion is removed. It may contain considerable pulpwood volume.
The upper (usually referring to unmerchantable) portions of trees.
Keywords:  bushline, alpine, terrain, above, refer
used to refer to terrain above the bushline (this may be alpine)
Keywords:  hill
The top of a hill
Keywords:  handlebar, levers, brake, stem, drop
the part of a drop handlebar between the stem and the brake levers.
Keywords:  sensibly, pounds, take, off
Take Off Pounds Sensibly
Keywords:  paperless, solution, office, total
Total Office Paperless Solution.
Keywords:  cme, trade, order, processing, system
CME's Trade Order Processing System.
Keywords:  double, bed, wants, match, points
Double 20s or 40 points
A double 20
The double 20 bed. As in "he wants tops for the match".
Keywords:  mast, platform, joined, sections, lower
Platform between the lower mast and topmast. The two mast sections are joined here.
A period of distribution. The high point of an upward move or one of several recognized reversal patterns.
Keywords:  physicians, team, students
Team Of Physicians for Students
Keywords:  cloud
Cloud tops