High Point Cocoa
Coordinates: 28°24′9″N 80°45′2″W / 28.4025°N 80.75056°W / 28.4025; -80.75056 High Point is a section of Brevard County, Florida located in the town of Cocoa. It is home to the highest point in Brevard County, listed by the USGS as being 83 feet (25 m) above sea level at its apex. The county Central Disposal Facility in Cocoa has a higher elevation than High Point, but the USGS does not consider this to be land mass.
It may be the highest point on the east coast of Florida, though Jensen Beach and Daytona have conflicting claims.
... Newer High Definition televisions (HDTV) are 169, as are most new notebook computers ... At this point, the colors usually start to change and can even invert, red becoming green and so forth ... High-end LCD televisions now feature up to 240 Hz refresh rate, which requires advanced digital processing to insert additional interpolated frames between the real images to smooth the image motion ...
... The wheels were 40 inches (1,000 mm) high, made of solid black gum, with no spokes and six-inch (152 mm) tires ... They were arranged neatly in piles about four feet high and far enough apart for a wagon to drive between them for loading ... seeing stacks of cross ties six to eight feet high, 100 feet (30 m) wide, and a quarter of a mile long stacked along the railroad at Zalma in the late 1920s ...
... High Point consists of businesses, such as hotels and office buildings on its western side and homes built in the 1960s and 1970s on its eastern side, as the hill ...
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