frictionlessly love

Definitions

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  • adv. In a frictionless way; without friction.

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Examples

  • The partition is capable of being inserted into the box, dividing it into two separate volumes, and is also capable of sliding, frictionlessly, along the box to the left or to the right.

    Information Processing and Thermodynamic Entropy

  • The Republicans are frictionlessly pursuing the same successful strategy that they developed over 25 years ago.

    The Triumph of Culture Over Politics

  • Wherever price exceeds marginal cost what it costs to produce the last unit of production, resources flow frictionlessly into that industry, until the price is driven down, and all producers are earning zero profits at the margin.

    Regulation: Sacrifice of the Intellect

  • Her foot slithered almost frictionlessly back and forth.

    Rendezvous with Rama

  • Joy and his Chinese staff the Big House ran so frictionlessly and so perfectly, that entertainment of guests seemed little part of the host's duties.

    The Little Lady of the Big House

  • At Web 2.0 Expo (Spring 2009), InformationWeek editor-at-large David Berlind "ReviewCams" Apture's incredibly unique service that frictionlessly adds a depth and context to hyperlinking that your typical everyday CMS will probably never do.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • What's special about Apture is how frictionlessly it adds new levels of context and depth when hyperlinking something (e.g.: text) in ways that the native CMS (egg: WordPress) could never do and it does this (a) by adding only a bit of Javascript to your templates and (b) without even having to go into your CMS's content authoring console.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • In 2005, RHIC scientists found this behaved like a perfect liquid, with particles slipping past each other frictionlessly (see Early Universe was a liquid).

    Scientific American

  • First theorized in 1970, a supersolid displays the essential characteristics of a solid, with atoms arranged in regularly repeating patterns like that of a crystal lattice, and of a superfluid, with the particles flowing frictionlessly and without losing any energy.

    Nano Tech Wire

  • At lower temperatures still, the gas enters the superfluid 'BKT' phase (right): the islands start to coalesce and atoms can flow frictionlessly within the merged area.

    Scientific Blogging

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