ultrasimple

ultrasimple

(ˌʌltrəˈsɪmpəl)
adj
extremely or exceptionally easy
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Vegara's book (part of the Little People, Big Dreams biography series for very young kids) has ultrasimple, toddler-friendly text and equally approachable, big-eyed, naif llustrations.
George Williams, right, from the SmartPlant app tells me that "to accompany the unmissable rise of the urban garden, modern plant owners are looking for ultrasimple care advice for plants that are easy to care for.
He is the New York Times bestselling author of UltraMetabolism, The UltraMind Solution, and The UltraSimple Diet.
Its ultrasimple, deliciously crunchy, and ready in a flash.
The transfers included blueprints for the ultrasimple CHIC- 4 nuclear bomb design using highly enriched uranium, first tested by China in 1966.
For a sumptuous look, float a bunch of 15-20 lilies in a large glass dish for an ultrasimple yet stylish look.
But for ease of use, from the flick-switch handbrake to compact controls and the ultrasimple sat-nav and information system, the Koleos is well ahead of the opposition.
In fact, Twitter is ideal to use for anything in which an ultrasimple blogging application would be useful (that's why it's called microblogging).
Mixing exotic, colorful patterns and rich materials with contrasting ultrasimple design offers a new way to update merchandising and add freshness to interiors.
As Kawakubo explains, the image represents "the clash between a traditional luxury item with an ordinary everyday object to create an unexpected contrast." Atlan's packaging of the most recent CDG perfume, White, bears this out: the opaque-white, bulgy bottle with block black type, vacuum-packed in transparent plastic, comes in an ultrasimple, ultra-unadorned box.
In his previous book, The UltraSimple Diet (Pocket Books, 2007), Mark Hyman, MD, called himself a "medical detective," a practitioner of the rapidly emerging field of functional medicine, which searches for the underlying cause of illness instead of merely treating the symptoms.
CraftSteak's ultrasimple preparations may contrast with its flashy location in the MGM Grand, but the exorbitant prices are pure Vegas.