monolithic

(redirected from monolithically)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.
Related to monolithically: Resend

monolithic

(mɑnəˈlɪθɪk)
mod. heavily drug intoxicated. (Drugs. A play on stoned.) She’s not just stoned, she’s monolithic!
References in periodicals archive ?
In addition, the fabrication process used in these high-performance cells is directly related to our existing prototype monolithically integrated manufacturing operations, and will be compatible with our manufacturing line presently under construction," Armstrong said.
Now, pour the Redi-Mix concrete monolithically without back-filling and the installation is complete.
But even the armed forces don't necessarily think monolithically when it comes to these issues.
com), a developer of monolithically integrated photonic and optoelectronic chips, has raised $7,1 million in seed funding to date.
Ever referred to monolithically as "the Africans" or sometimes differentiated as "naked Dinka," "naked [Maasai] warriors," and also, inevitably "noble" and "elegant," the only individuals to emerge are the cook "borrowed" from her mother's estate as a companion for photographic safaris, and a young guide who, when he becomes Ricciardi's lover, inspires the musings, "At one with him, I was at one with Africa, an experience which never repeated itself in sheer physical intensity.
We are not before a monolithically determined set of sexual differences, but instead before the multivalent fantasies of a series of inwardly divided subjects.
While Berkovits portrays Christianity as an essentially militant culture responsible for the Holocaust, Ruben-stein depicts Judaism monolithically as a powerless and anxiety-ridden community.
The AMT128503T56F consists of a monolithically integrated metal-semiconductor-metal (MSM) diode and a transimpedance amplifier (TIA) integrated in a small TO-56 package.
For pro-lifers unacquainted with life on college campuses, it may come as a surprise that university faculty are not monolithically pro-abortion.
The monolithically integrationist, One World philosophy inherent to the Information Age disposed the East Village Conceptualists toward spotlighting aesthetic similarities rather than differences.
For example, their portrayal of Orthodoxy as almost monolithically opposed to the peace process belies a more complicated reality.
Aware of the danger of treating "Hinduism" monolithically, B.
NASDAQ:ASTI), a developer of state-of-the-art, flexible thin-film photovoltaic modules, announced today that it has been selected for an Air Force Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Phase 2 award to demonstrate a next-generation photovoltaic product that builds upon its award-winning flexible monolithically integrated copper-indium-gallium-diselenide (CIGS) technology.
Imec and Ghent University present, for the first time, arrays of indium phosphide lasers monolithically integrated on 300mm silicon substrates in a CMOS pilot line.
They can be monolithically integrated with CMOS circuitry which allows their cost to be low.