ultrarefined

ultrarefined

(ˌʌltrərɪˈfaɪnd)
adj
having been refined exceptionally well or thoroughly
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Avionics is a term that covers the myriad of ultrarefined electronic devices on which modern airplanes rely.
They hover undecidedly between raw abstraction--take, for example, the torn edges of West Lake in My Dream # 1, 2009--and ultrarefined image, and are all the more emotionally intriguing for being neither one nor the other.
But her latest project, the Sims Municipal Recycling Facility on the Brooklyn waterfront, proves that her ultrarefined sensibility can be applied to buildings far greater in scale, and in far more challenging circumstances.
Nolan Miller, 73, of Haddonfield, whose ultrarefined sound led the legendarily blended French horn section of the Philadelphia Orchestra for several decades, died Sunday, April 7, at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
For those who prefer diesel, Fiat also offer the Punto Evo with the choice of a pair of new ultrarefined MultiJet II oilburners pumping out either 75 or 95bhp.
Comments: AquaCacteen is an ultrarefined elixir from the cactus prickly pear (Opuntia Streptacantha) for soothing and hydration.
'Spencer,' he continued: is one of those ultrarefined calm just Englishmen ...
Although front-drive is standard, most buyers wisely choose the $1,650 sedan option of the ultrarefined Quattro IV all-wheel drive system, which is standard in the wagon.
The Tale of Genji depicts a unique society of ultrarefined and elegant aristocrats whose indispensable accomplishments were skill in poetry, music, calligraphy, and courtship.