superthin

superthin

(ˌsuːpəˈθɪn)
adj
extremely thin
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Graphene: The Superstrong, Superthin, and Superversatile Material That Will Revolutionize the World
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Given "super-fast cars", our "superthin blue line", an NHS at breaking point and the problems caused by so many drivers - gridlock,over 70 per cent ignoring 20mph speed limits, 31 per cent admitting they use their mobile while driving (how many don't admit it?) and the vast majority of drivers passing cyclists too close and too fast - maybe it's time for zero tolerance.
I have noticed some larger women in ads, but mostly models are superthin, clear-faced, almost fake-looking women.
After testing several materials, the team found that superthin sheets of manganese dioxide do the trick, catching the intermediate sulfur compounds so they don't dissolve away.
Drexler started as an O'Neillite, a board member of the L5 Society, and a pioneer in thinking about "solar sails" superthin materials that could unfurl from spacecraft and help propel them slowly through the vastness of space via charged particles emitted by the sun.
with the superthin computers likely to pick up more steam this year.
With its SuperThin (ST) Glass lenses that are 20 percent thinner and lighter than conventional glass lenses, 99.9 percent of glare and 100 percent of UV rays are blocked by Maui Jim's patented PolarizedPlus2(R) technology.
In the past week we've seen the launches of the iPad Mini, a 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display, a new superthin iMac, new Mac mini, Windows 8, Windows RT and the Microsoft Surface.