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While being able to solve these kinds of ultra-hard problems may be critical for a few industrial use cases—such as inventing new kinds of materials or chemicals—for many companies, he says, doing the impossible isn’t what matters.

From Fortune

This foam block is firm but soft, with a washable ultra-suede microfiber cover.

If you want to make sure it’s not the latter you must take into account what tasks you’ll be asking your ultra-wide to take on.

First they acted swiftly and urgently to secure the health and well-being of their employees, implementing work-from-home policies wherever possible and ensuring that any remaining in-person staff were working in ultra-safe environments.

From Digiday

A year ago, Neuralink presented a sewing-machine robot able to plunge a thousand ultra-fine electrodes into a rodent’s brain.

A hundred ultra-wealthy liberal and conservative donors have taken over the political system.

They then become members of the ultra elite Unit 121, granted premium housing and a well-stocked cupboard.

Kim Jong Un is changing role models, steering Pyongyang away from Chinese autocrats toward the ultra-aggressive Vladimir Putin.

That particular shop, sold to Bendel a decade ago or so before, had been the ne plus ultra of American bookstores.

Certainly, other communities—ultra-Orthodox Jews, for example—are fretting about members who go online, and then astray.

In Spain he was regarded as the right arm of the ultra-clericals and a possible supporter of Carlism.

Lamb fills his case, and lights this the ne plus ultra of a soothing weed.

On his return he again doubled cape Good Hope, which had long been regarded as the ne plus ultra of navigation.

She belonged to that ultra-modern school which scorns to sue masculine admiration, but which cannot dispense with it nevertheless.

And those light bulbs in Jack Carlson's garage were ultra-violet bulbs.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ultra, such as: all-out, drastic, excessive, extremist, fanatical, and far-out.

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