ultraslick

ultraslick

(ˌʌltrəˈslɪk)
adj
extremely smooth or slippery
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OF WAR PS4 2GOD THE hero of the ultra-violent, ultraslick God of War games of the early 2000s gets a coming-of-age story.
So the UltraSlick Transfer Board was the product of that effort."
IT'S more about the who, not about the what in the season 4 premiere of the ultraslick US legal drama.
The company's proprietary Rainguard HD coating on the exterior glass is ultraslick, so rain and dew rolls right off, leaving a clear, clean view of the woods.
And the level of finish was Apple-esque--an ultraslick attention to detail that lifted .Mitchell's piece above the rough-and-ready Conceptualism of some t)f his antipodean peers.
Price: US $69.99 / EU euro 69.99 Availability: Razerzone.com April 2011 Worldwide April 2011 Product Features: Ergonomic right-handed design 3500dpi Razer Precision 3.5G infrared sensor 1000Hz Ultrapolling / 1ms response 5 independently programmable Hyperesponse buttons On-the-fly sensitivity adjustments 60 120 inches per second and 15g of acceleration Zero-acoustic Razer gaming grade Ultraslick mouse feet
Now these players are about to go toe-to-toe with the ultraslick kings of European football.
She added the AMX brand to her cache of manufacturers to help homeowners get the surround-sound cinema at home or an ultraslick system to control everything from the kitchen lights to the garage door.
And the company's SilkFlosser features an ultraslick floss for easy penetration of interdental spaces.
The company's latest introduction is the Silk Flosser, a flossing unit that uses what is described as ultraslick, high-molecular-composition floss to slide easily between teeth.
and design team, has come up with an ultraslick product that relies little on plot twists or standard action sequences and not at all on comic relief or large-scale musical numbers.
The Matrix (Warner Bros: 1999) Imagine young Luke Skywalker playing Shane: The Terminator in an adrenaline-rushing roller coaster of a tale that blurs the difference between movie and video game, and you've got the general idea of this Keanu Reeves flick Ultraslick and hyperviolent, this admittedly pretentious apocalyptic sci-fi tale isn't for everyone, particularly not the young.