state-of-the-art love



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  • adj. Alternative form of state of the art.
  • n. Alternative form of state of the art.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. the highest level of development at a particular time (especially the present time)


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  • The Flatbush shomrim has what Mr. Moscovitz called a "state-of-the-art" command center with fax machines, computers and printer and gets pressed into service at many emergencies in Orthodox Jewish communities in the other parts of the city and upstate, he said.

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  • Lauren Alfred, Giffords' legislative aide, said the only reason Giffords has unlimited access to state-of-the-art rehabilitation care is that she was injured on the job, making her eligible for coverage through the federal Workmen's Compensation Act.

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  • But there will always be a segment of the market that will have problems that lean out ahead of wherever the state-of-the-art may be, and those customers will continue to depend on the vendors that can produce something special for them.

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  • With state-of-the-art web conferencing collaboration server clouds becoming the de-facto requirement, anyone can now enjoy high-speed, high-quality video conferencing, right from their own desktop.

    Should Cisco Offer a SaaS Cloud?

  • The plan would be to employ some of the many unemployed people, jump start the economy, as well as help catch up with Asia, which is building state-of-the-art infrastructure from new mechanized port facilities to high-speed trains.

    Barton Biggs: U.S. Needs a Massive Public Works Program

  • Australia has already committed to buying 100 U.S.-built state-of-the-art fighter jets, as well as boosting its submarine fleet.

    Australia Reviews Military Deployment to Better Protect Oil Assets

  • Udinese invests heavily in talent development, with about 50 paid scouts around the world and a state-of-the-art player evaluation facility at its headquarters.

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  • Usually these are in the 1,000 to 3,000 square foot range, built with fully sustainable materials and state-of-the-art energy efficient HVAC systems.

    Jennifer Schwab: Downsizing -- A Thousand Square Feet Per Person, A New American Standard

  • The minute a first-world country has “free” health care, it becomes the provider of choice to anyone who can get there, particularly for any long-term ailments requiring state-of-the-art medications.


  • The court theatres for which the first operas were written often boasted remarkable, state-of-the-art stage equipment; the spectacular scene changes and coups de théâtre of baroque theatre became embedded in the medium.

    'Opera has never been more alive' | Simon Callow


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