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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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The monolithic assembly, integration of all external PA functionality and conservative design approach also improves PA reliability.
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.
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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.
Although Monolithic Domes have been used for everything from homes to churches, they have recently been gaining favor as sports facilities in high school and colleges.
Seeing masculinity not as monolithic but as varied, an interplay within each male of the cultural possibilities of manhood at that moment, it is attentive to the specific configuration of masculinity within each male, and assumes male identity not as a stable achievement but as a problematic in which the governing terms are contradiction, conflict, and anxiety.
The global market for monolithic ceramics in 2011 is estimated to reach a value of $29.
Among their topics are characterizing pore structure and its impact on the chromatographic properties of organic polymer monolithic capillary columns, monolithic cryogel beds prepared under varying freezing temperatures and their application in isolating nucleotides, monolithic ion exchange phases for separating small inorganic and organic ions, fast separations of phytochemicals, the pharmaceutical development of drug substance and formulations, analyzing methylated arginines and amino acids using a monolithic silica column, and applying monolithic phases in fundamental studies of vegetable proteins and food analysis and technology.
Intelligence enables the solution to deliver the same enterprise-class features as an expensive, proprietary monolithic Fibre Channel device, while Serial ATA drives remove the hefty price tag.
One would say that the building was a montage of Hopkins motifs, were it not such a unified, monolithic form - more like a beautifully crafted piece of furniture than a building.
July 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Monolithic Power Systems (MPS) (Nasdaq: MPWR), a leading company in high performance power solutions, today announced the details of its 2015 Analyst Day.
But the increase in cache is happening in small quantities in all but the most massive monolithic solutions.