ultrasmart

ultrasmart

(ˌʌltrəˈsmɑːt)
adj
extremely astute or clever
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And Admani points out that retailers and providers don't have to get a new meter for patients, because the UniStrip1 strip is compatible with the LifeScan OneTouch Ultra, Ultra2, UltraSmart and UltraMini meters.
As previously reported, UniStrip Technologies launched the UniStrip1 generic blood glucose test strips for use in the OneTouch Ultra, Ultra2, UltraMini and UltraSmart blood glucose meters on April 9, 2014.
The ultrasmart camcorder can stay focused on your subject in interesting new ways.
The 'UltraSmart' project developed by Alaeddine Mokri, a PhD student and research assistant in the inter-disciplinary doctoral degree program at Masdar Institute, was one of four winners in the Intel Business Challenge Middle East & North Africa 2013 regional finals ceremony held in Abu Dhabi last month.
EgTNS, a traffic management system from Egypt; and UltraSmart from Masdar
India, July 9 -- Magicon has announced the launch of a new smartphone/phablet - UltraSmart Q50 Magnus.
already penned a collection of ultrasmart, funny and apt non-fiction titles.
Barry Hills' filly is still a maiden but posted some ultrasmart efforts last campaign.
On that occasion, he was a well-beaten runner-up behind Elusive Dream, but the winner looks ultrasmart and the race was run in a very fast time.
The previous boxy shape has been replaced by a more streamlined appearance with a distinctive sweeping rear line and shark-like front grille - all set off by ultrasmart 19 inch alloys.
Incorporating the latest Colour Controller and a revolutionary steaming system, the Colour Controller brings together Ultrasmart's proven functionality with a much expanded screen size, multi-colour capability, longer product names and faster scroll through.
With its roots in economics and game theory, the scholarly work was characterized by Raiffa (1982: 21) as the kind of thing "ultrasmart, impeccably rational, superpeople do in competitive, interactive situations." Over the last decade the emphasis has shifted.