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mod. great; excellent. (California.) My boyfriend, he’s, like, so radical!
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12 Terabytes of usable networked storage with four Gigabit Ethernet interfaces configured with RAID6 to allow data protection in case of multiple drive failures, plus a radically simple browser-based media management system.
Before Communism took hold, China has a radically different place.
Valspar Sourcing has received a patent for a method for finishing a veneer surface of a veneered wood product comprised of applying to the veneer surface and UV curing a plurality of coating layers, which method comprises the steps of applying and cationically polymerizing at least one subsurface layer comprising a UV curable cationically polymerizable moiety and applying and free radically polymerizing an outermost layer comprised of a free radically polymerizable moiety, wherein a coating layer nearest the veneer surface comprises a cationically polymerized moiety or moiety polymerized via cationic and free radical cure mechanisms, and wherein the finished veneer surface exhibits less veneer checking than a veneer finished only with free radically polymerized coating layers.
The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children was granted leave to seek a judicial review in its bid to have the current advice radically redrafted.
If it doesn't radically change to "greener," more sustainable modes of transportation, production, and power generation, the China miracle will turn into an eco-nightmare.
A statement to a group studying such questions asks it "to think more radically about non-resuscitation, withdrawal of treatment decisions .
If you doubt something is radically wrong with our current health-care system, please ponder the case of William McGuire, the departing CEO of one of the nation's largest health-care insurers, UnitedHealth Group Inc.
To address this issue, the Advisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance--an independent committee created by Congress to advise on student aid policy--has launched a project to determine the feasibility of radically simplifying the models used to determine EFC.
He explained that "every form of indifference is radically contrary to the profound Christian concern for man and his salvation.
Encountering The Wisdom Jesus: Quickening The Kingdom Of Heaven Within (Sounds True Audio Learning Course-6 CDs) by Cynthia Bourgeault (Principal Teacher and Advisor to the Contemplative Society in Victoria, British Columbia and founding director of the Aspen Wisdom School in Aspen, Colorado) provides an informed and informative introduction into agnostic understanding of Jesus Christ, the man who was foremost seeking to radically alter the consciousness of those who would follow Him.
Artistic director Angela Whitehill and producer Joyce Stahl have concocted a Keys-specific ballet; except for the grand pas de deux (featuring guest artists Nikolaj Hubbe and Wendy Whelan), the production is radically different.
Lovely pullovers, tunics, and even the usually-dull cardigan sweater can be changed radically through pattern and yarn choice: these knits are anything but ordinary.
Despite these changes, the frame does not look radically different from that of its predecessor, though Magna (Aurora, Ontario) now provides the frame to Ford in place of Tower Automotive (Novi, MI), and the sections are slightly taller and wider than before.
His interpretation will enrage some and encourage others, as he radically modernizes the stories for the contemporary world.