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monolithic

(mɑnəˈlɪθɪk)
mod. heavily drug intoxicated. (Drugs. A play on stoned.) She’s not just stoned, she’s monolithic!
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Standard features include monolithic construction, 18"8" high Easy Spring Bumpers, 3" x 9" jamb guards, Eliason Easy Swing hinges and an 18" x 18" clear acrylic vision panel mounted in a two-piece black molded window frame.
Papers from a March 2005 symposium bring together research on a new class of highly integrated devices called monolithic instruments, miniaturized systems which interact with their physical environment in ways traditional integrated circuits cannot by combining conventional integrated circuits with novel solid-state components.
The operating system software that manipulates data storage has similarly been liberated from the tightly coupled, monolithic, do-it-all platforms of old, and is now at work within the network itself.
Although Teledyne Isco was a strong proponent of the monolithic column technology, the SWIFT line was not considered to be a care.
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It is this dichotomy that Homza challenges by examining religious authority and questioning the monolithic understanding of the Spanish Church during the Renaissance.
A driving force behind the industry's growth, its proponents say, is that Monolithic Dome architecture has advantages over nearly every other type of building.
They are one of the few (but growing) number of teams that play in a Monolithic Dome gym - a steel-reinforced concrete structure with a smooth, round surface shaped like an egg.
This highly fluid state has led at least one highly regarded expert to label these times "chaotic" and to conclude that, because we are living in chaos, any rigid monolithic approach to governance is sure to prove unworkable.
Feminism has been extremely successful in exploding essentialist and monolithic thinking about women; though an essentialist and unitary model may still structure thinking about men, and about men's art, in the culture at large, work like Michel Foucault's The History of Sexuality, Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick's Between Men: English Literature and Male Homosocial Desire, Klaus Theweleit's Male Fantasies, and Richard Sennett's The Fall of Public Man has opened similarly new ways of theorizing masculinities.
125 mm)* monolithic ceramic capacitor - a first in the industry.
is now stocking the Monolithic Power Modules (MPM) from Monolithic Power Systems (MPS).
Monolithic Power Systems (MPS) (NASDAQ: MPWR) said it has announced its fourth quarter dividend of USD0.