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Ultrared
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Ultrared: Situated beyond or below the red rays as, the ultrated rays of the spectrum, which are less refrangible than the red.
Ultrarelativistic
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Ultrarelativistic: With speed that is extremely close to the speed of light
Ultrasonic
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Ultrasonic: Having a frequency above the range of sound audible to the human ear (of waves, vibrations, etc.)
Ultrasonically
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Ultrasonically: In a manner which is ultrasonic, producing vibrations above the range of sound audible to the human ear
Ultrasonics
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Ultrasonics: Branch of science dealing with phenomena having a frequency above the range of sound audible to the human ear
Ultrasound
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Ultrasound: Sound waves with frequencies higher than 20000 megahertz (above the range of human hearing) use of ultrasonic waves for medical imaging and treatment
Ultrastructural
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Ultrastructural: Pertaining to the elemental protoplasmic structure (Biology)
Ultrastructurally
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Ultrastructurally: In an ultrastructural manner, in a way related to the elemental protoplasmic structure (Biology)
Ultrastructure
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Ultrastructure: Elemental physicochemical structure of protoplasm
Ultrasuede
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Ultrasuede: Manufacturers name for a type of fabric (resembling suede)
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