from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. very complex or intricate; -- used especially of technology.
- adj. having most of its industrial production in the most modern state; -- used of countries and societies. Contrasted with
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- adj. (used of societies) having high industrial development
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It seems we are launched into our lives as highly-developed and soulful little creatures, wrapped in these miraculous bodies of babes.
Seth Faergolzia's Dufus has always challenged traditional conceptions about folk through unorthodox and highly-developed melodies and rhythms.
Perhaps the reason for this increase in stimulation is because constantly being bombarded with new information causes the brain to react in a highly-developed manner.
In that world, a good education, highly-developed skills, a perfect CV, or personal connections mean less than what you'll take in salary, because employers are being driven by institutional investors -- themselves driven by actuarial tables and their contractual obligations to pensioners -- to maximize profits no matter what, and because the world's supply of perfectly qualified job candidates is enormous.
Please, Ed, write a few more comments walking me through the details of your highly-developed theory of victimology.
These people, many of whom have highly-developed job skills and years of business experience, are between the mugger and the wall.
Using laminated Lithium Ion batteries (Li-Ons for short), these batteries have been highly-developed by Nissan engineers to keep Leaf going for 100 miles after a charge, with a top speed of about 94 miles per hour.
"The financial crisis dealt a particularly savage blow to the financial assets of highly-developed industrial countries," Allianz says in the report.
As Kevin Carey wrote, One of the reasons Canada is our biggest trading partner is that it has a stable democratic government and a highly-developed economy...
Sieff and Weizmann, wives of British Zionist leaders, held essentially traditional gender values and came to Palestine from a highly-developed country.