supersafe

supersafe

(ˌsuːpəˈseɪf)
adj
exceptionally safe
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If they become lower on longerdated than shorter-dated ones, it means investors are buying up the assets, which are considered supersafe investments, because they fear for long-term growth outlook.
But here, with the promise of a supersafe spongy landing pad, you can literally run and fling yourself off various platforms without fear.
What is clear is that the trucking industry loves its supersafe drivers.
Such a highway "has been seen hitherto only in miniature at the Futurama at the World's Fair." It was a "superspeed, supersafe route, the longest of homogeneous design in the country." It featured "great tunnels" and "amazingly deep cuts where, from the approaching car, it looks as if some super-Paul Bunyan had gouged a great, blunt-ended, pie-shaped segment out of the surface of the brown earth." After summarizing the design features, the Times wrote, "The result of these combined characteristics of the new road is to work a sort of driving magic."
We understood the high safety requirements that INPP had for the nuclear power plant and it was the perfect match to our SuperSafe single-failure-proof crane technology.
Only recreational therapists (0.003), dentists (0.004) and clergy (0.008) appear supersafe for the moment.
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Morgan had two very enjoyable (and supersafe, supervised) hours at the kids' club while dad checked out the Aqui Sana Spa.
Today we reveal how 50 bomb-proof supersafe Mastiff vehicles should have arrived three weeks ago, but they were all too typically held up.
The program, called SuperSafe Mark, is a comprehensive food training and certification course, which can be taken in a classroom setting or online at www.supersafemark.com.