ultrasensitive love


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  • adj. Extremely or excessively sensitive.


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ultra- +‎ sensitive


  • Many of my other highly cited papers from the Stanford years describe relatively simple experiments such as ultrasensitive fluorescence spectroscopy with the power to detect the light from single atoms, sensitive intracavity absorption spectroscopy with a multimode dye laser, the first demonstration of continuous wave Doppler-fee two-photon spectroscopy, and the experiments with my student Carl

    Theodor W. Hänsch - Autobiography

  • In this environment, people are going to be ultrasensitive to someone who is trying to take money out of your pocket.

    'Do you want fries with that?' Workers pushing extra sales

  • I feel his breath against the ultrasensitive skin of my neck.

    Secret History of Elizabeth Tudor, Vampire Slayer

  • The break-in was an ultrasensitive, “compartmentalized” operation.


  • Mr. Trichet's comments confirmed the ECB remains ultrasensitive to current above-target inflation.

    ECB Should Weigh Caution Over Valor on Rates

  • I tried to articulate this question to Foxman, trying to be careful to not sound anti-Israel myself but conscious of the fact that this ultrasensitive question could be construed as just that.

    How to Make Peace in the Middle East in Six Months or Less Without Leaving Your Apartment

  • U.S. officials said Mrs. Clinton's move was a response to Chinese officials earlier this year describing the South China Sea as a "core interest" — language Beijing generally reserves for ultrasensitive sovereignty issues like Taiwan and Tibet.

    China Steps Up Protest Over Detention

  • Geomechanical forces tend to confine the fracture to the target geologic zone; this has been confirmed by ultrasensitive seismic montioring that can map the zones failure, in three dimensions, while the frac treatment is in progress.

    Energy 101: Hydraulic Fracturing - Vladimir’s blog - RedState

  • Then use an ultrasensitive shaving foam and let the razor do the work, not you—meaning be light-handed.

    Best in Beauty

  • Aimée Rose, Principle Investigator at ICx Technologies, was awarded the TR35 Humanitarian Award for her work developing ultrasensitive portable chemical "sniffers" for the detection of explosives.

    Technology Review's TR35


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