ultraviolent


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ultraviolent

(ˌʌltrəˈvaɪələnt)
adj
characterized by or pertaining to extreme acts of violence
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The information in the articles suggested that environmental factors, such as ultraviolent rays from the sun, can damage all types of skin types.
Up to 8,000 demonstrators marched in the city - and Interior Minister Christophe Castaner branded 1,500 "ultraviolent ones who are there to smash things up".
"From 7,000 to 8,000 people are currently rallying in Paris, and out of them around 1,500 people are ultraviolent, and they have come to destroy and to attack," French Interior Minister Christophe Castaner told broadcaster BFMTV.
In Lethal Weapon 2 (Richard Donner, 1989), Mel Gibson's ultraviolent, dick-swinging action-movie hero tears down a facsimile of John Lautner's Rainbow House - an iconic residence on Los Angeles' Mulholland Drive - with a winch and a pick-up truck, the destruction of this architectural marvel a supposed triumph of blue-collar realness.
Hackensack Meridian Health announced Monday that it is funding the development of new technology that uses a form of ultraviolent light energy to keep hospitals clean and safe.
On the other hand, Hollywood Reporter's Clarence Tsui wrote in a July 17 review that "BuyBust" is a "furious and ultraviolent action thriller."
Brown stars as a gun-slinging action hero and Jodie Foster as an aged former surgeon in Drew Pearce's uneven and ultraviolent sci-fi thriller about a place where criminals seek treatment.
But, this irreverent offering, while sometimes disjointedly paced, still offers an emotionally stirring tale that doesn't get lost in the mix of gut-busting jokes and ultraviolent fisticuffs.
GlobalFoundaries, TSMC, Samsung and even Intel have been working on perfecting the Extreme Ultraviolent (EUV) Lithography process, which comes with its own set of engineering challenges.
The ultraviolent, pulpy, vigilante thriller is a disorientating journey into the collapsing psyche of Joe (Joaquin Phoenix), a tightly-coiled war veteran who makes a living finding girls who have been kidnapped by sex traffickers.
Chlorofluorocarbons are chemicals that are used in perfumes and air freshener cans because their exceedingly volatile characteristic, however, these chlorofluorocarbons are non-decomposable hence they result in the depletion of ozone layer: our only protection against the Ultraviolent rays of the sun whose entrance results in massive rise of the temperature of the Earth.