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superstrong

(ˌsuːpəˈstrɒŋ)
adj
extremely strong
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Graphene: The Superstrong, Superthin, and Superversatile Material That Will Revolutionize the World
Seizures of Spice - a superstrong synthetic form of cannabis - have rocketed from 136 in 2011 to 4,261 last year, according to government figures.
And probation said the superstrong sleeping tablet may have been the catalyst for the teatime August 19 theft.
It's also built with hand-laid fiberglass for a superstrong hull that flexes as it slides over obstacles.
These superstrong, lightweight magazines are a welcome design in my opinion.
Again, people who have not been troubled by summer sneezes may find superstrong ragweed pollen an irritant.
announced the release of the SuperStrong assessmenta data-optimized and highly-accurate digital version of the world's most widely-used and researched interest assessment, the Strong Interest Inventory.
To help, she's growing superstrong corals in her lab near Honolulu.
The T24 Carbon features superstrong carbon riser side plates and a handle component that houses laminated wood side plates, arrow rest mounting fixture, shelf area and string stop.
But whereas Solnit thinks this phenomenon speaks to the fundamental character of humans, Junger seems to suggest that this sort of "tribal" response to disasters must be a survival response, like the superstrong mom who is able to lift a car off of her baby.
The two-dimensional material also proved to be a peerless electrical conductor and superstrong, earning the two Manchester scientists the 2010 Nobel Prize in physics.
And he says the robots are so powerful that superstrong safety glass had to be fitted around the arena at the Glasgow warehouse where the series was filmed.