In my view, the 1970s and perhaps early-to-mid 1980s represent the apogee of the Anthropology Department, if not the University of Sydney itself.
Stalin retained control through the continuous flow of information, his monopoly of secret intelligence and his immense authority - in these years his cult of the personality reached its apogee .
a film which was the apogee of German expressionist cinema
It would mark the apogee of a dumbed-down society, but it is unlikely to happen.
Despite all the glories that came later, the show suggests that this was the apogee of New York, and it's hard to disagree.
If the United States, the richest country in the world at the apogee of its own wealth, does not take the lead, the rest of the world will not follow.
The rage for mirrors reached an apogee in the construction of the great Hall of Mirrors at Louis XIV's palace at Versailles, completed in 1678; here the Sun King's magnificence could be endlessly reflected.
A few taps on the pocket calculator show that the Moon's speed in its geocentric orbit is around 2,300 miles per hour, although variable between perigee and apogee .
the White House is considered the apogee of American achievement
From their arrival in England the ‘Elgin Marbles’ had a revolutionary impact on European taste, and the Parthenon sculptures are still considered to mark the apogee of Greek art.