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Synonyms for acute

possessing or displaying perceptions of great accuracy and sensitivity

so serious as to be at the point of crisis or necessary to resolve a crisis

marked by severity or intensity

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having or experiencing a rapid onset and short but severe course

extremely sharp or intense

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having or demonstrating ability to recognize or draw fine distinctions

of an angle

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ending in a sharp point

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of critical importance and consequence

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Preliminary results were obtained during the 2016 in the Acuto test-site where the AiCP was installed.
If you make a city more sustainable, with more bike lanes, for instance, you can redesign it so that it's also safer for pedestrians." The wealth gap also has an important effect on a city's safety: "There is no safer-city agenda that can proceed without a social-equality agenda," says Acuto.
Arguing that international relations scholars have been blinded to the importance of cities because of their traditional focus on the state, Acuto (a fellow in the Oxford Programme for the Future of Cities, U.
un punto vidi che raggiava lume acuto si, che'l viso ch'elli affoca chiuder conviensi per lo forte acume [I saw a point which radiated a light so keen that the eye on which it burns must close for its piercing power].
"La gestione dell'infarto miocardico acuto con sopraslivellamento del tratto ST nella regione Umbria: risultati del registro prospettico osservazionale Umbria-STEMI." Giornale Italiano di Cardiologia 11: 393-401.
On hard use knives we use AUS 8, 8Crl4MoV, Acuto 440C or even some carbon steels like YK 30."
Garrard reviews the various interpretations of Brunelleschi's technical achievement: from Vasari's story in his "Life of Brunelleschi" about the artist breaking an egg just enough to allow it to stand upright, to accounts of Brunelleschi's understanding of Archimedes, parabolas, ellipses, and the quinto acuto. One conclusion she draws reads like art history heresy: "Indeed, the terms of [Brunelleschi's] glorification seem excessive for his actual achievement.
Sopracuto, a portmanteau of sopra (above) and acuto (high), is only rarely used to describe a soprano voice.
(32.) Gatti G, Barzaghi N, Acuto G, Abbiati G, Fossati T, Perucca E.
For a broader bibliographical account of global city analysis and of these metropolises as "strategic hinges of globalization," see Michele Acuto, "Localizing the Global City Through the 'Invisible College'--a (Political) Research Note," in GaWC Bulletin 301 (Loughborough, UK: Globalization and World Cities Network [GaWC], 2009).