Highest Things

Name these high extremities of various things.
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Last updated: May 4, 2017
First submittedMay 3, 2017
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Highest temperature on record
56.7 °C (134.1 °F)
Highest place on earth (from sea level)
Mount Everest
Highest place on earth (from earth's centre)
Chimborazo
Highest place on earth (from base to top)
Mauna Kea
Highest possible credit score
850
Highest-grossing movie (inflation adj.)
Gone With the Wind
Highest-grossing movie (non-inflation adj.)
Avatar
Highest-grossing animated movie
Frozen
Highest combined NFL score
113 points
Highest military rank (U.S.)
General of the Armies
Highest unclimbed mountain
Gangkhar Puensum
Highest settled city
La Rinconada
Highest academic rank
Professor
Highest IQ (as recorded by Guiness)
228
Highest lottery jackpot
$49.7 million
Highest court in the land
Supreme Court
Highest salary for an NBA player in a year
Michael Jordan ($78.3 mil)
Highest building (from base to top)
Burj Khalifa
Highest survived fall
10,160 metres
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Some suggestions:

why not accept the location for highest temperature? Lots of people would know Death Valley. Nobody is going to remember 56.7 exactly...

similarly, I don't know what the combined NFL score means, but maybe ask for the player or team and not the score? And I would have gotten Marilyn vos Savant but I didn't feel like guessing 228.

Lottery jackpot exact figure and the fall are not things people would remember... you could ask for the person who won and survived in each case but even then it's not anybody famous.

Is the "of the Armies" part of General really necessary? Is that different than "General?" I tried that... 5 star general... admiral.. president... commander in chief... then gave up. ... okay then I looked it up and apparently it's a thing but it's only been conferred twice in history and one of those two times the title was given to a dead guy. Seems almost like it shouldn't be considered.