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monolithic

dated Intoxicated with drugs, especially to the point of incoherence or senselessness. That stuff was so powerful—I was monolithic after just one toke! I always become monolithic when I take the pain medication they prescribed, so I try to avoid taking it if I can.

monolithic

(mɑnəˈlɪθɪk)
mod. heavily drug intoxicated. (Drugs. A play on stoned.) She’s not just stoned, she’s monolithic!
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Republicans are not monolithically white and religious, however; half are either less religious whites or people of other racial or ethnic groups.
Ascent Solar Technologies Incorporated (Ascent Solar Technologies) (NASDAQ:ASTI), a Colorado-based company that develops flexible thin-film solar modules, has started initial production of monolithically integrated flexible CIGS modules from its high volume FAB 2 production plant in Thornton, Colorado.
As historian Mike Davis observes, with Otis determined to form a city in his own image, Los Angeles "was unique as a monolithically planned and controlled" American city.
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They include applications in such areas as monolithically integrated inertial sensors, CMOS-MEMS acoustic devices, RF CMOS MEMS, CMOS-based pressure, thermal and chemical sensors, biometric capacitive CMOS fingerprint sensor systems, and CMOS-based biochemical sensing systems.
tends to look at "Vatican II" somewhat monolithically, however, which is a weakness in a work that aims to be essentially historical.
The Canadian press is so nearly monolithically pro-abortion it's like having a thousand New York Timeses.
Now, pour the Redi-Mix concrete monolithically without back-filling and the installation is complete.
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.
That is, he suggested that the media had failed to critique American policy, instead reacting monolithically to "the Middle East and Islam." He implied that the media had portrayed them stereo typically and contentiously.
And although the non-Great Russian prelates proved to be by no means monolithically reform-minded, their Great Russian col leagues certainly perceived and resented them as a politically acquiescent group.
This allows us to see Hulme as a less monolithically consistent writer than previous editors might have wanted to present him as, and the edition rather fortuitously opens (following the section of poetry) and closes with 'Cinders' and 'A Notebook', deliberately unsystematic works that show Hulme as an explorer more than a dogmatist.
Many applications in the frequency range above 20 GHz, such as low cost radar and communication systems or sensors, require highly stable monolithically integrable RF sources with reasonable output power and low phase noise.
Prejean: It's not monolithically conservative, though; that's the key thing.