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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 programmable switch plane is monolithically stacked on the logic plane, which results in a 1/4 chip size reduction and a 1/4 reduction in dynamic power consumption when compared with conventional technology.
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.
During the late 1990s, the Internet was argued to be almost monolithically white and male, and it is on this period that Leung's (U.
Compulsively watchable exploration of those who brazenly challenge the monolithically unbeatable entity that is Las Vegas.
Indeed, nations that become monolithically extreme in response to terrorism end up mimicking the terrorists and thereby becoming terroristic in turn.
That he labels as false the theory that there is a causal relation between Islam, monolithically assumed, and science, largely ill-defined, gives us good reason to believe that error in scope or methodology of the question is what Gutas wishes to highlight.
In addition, since circuits can be monolithically integrated in this process, an improvement in the detection limit could be achieved by integration of a low-noise on-chip circuit and amplifier.
In the past, monolithically designed corner bank buildings displayed their hard assets," says Naseem Javed, author of the book "Naming for Power," and founder of the business ABC Namebank.
In this model, oneness, emptiness, and individuality are ways of being that one chooses--not metaphysical impositions from a monolithically structured universe.
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.
On the other, European, and especially Spanish, mapping practices were far from monolithically "scientific," and had a strong symbolic strand.
We are not before a monolithically determined set of sexual differences, but instead before the multivalent fantasies of a series of inwardly divided subjects.