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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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(72.) The end of the passage demonstrates Augustine's anti-Pelagian and anti-Manichean intentions: "How will they be able to attribute to him a previous life of so disgraceful a character that he deserved to be born a fatuus, and at the same time of so highly meritorious a character as to entitle him to a preference in the award of the grace of Christ over many men of the acutest intellect?"
The third goal when it did come was Wimbledon circa 1987, Jamie Head's long clearance flicked on by Frater and Roache firing a second past Cooper from the acutest of angles.
And even where the need is acutest in Darfur, UNAMID refuses to challenge Khartoum's humanitarian blockades.
"I think it is very important that our key ministries, our foreign ministries and agencies, work together to resolve the acutest issues of the modern world."
Therefore, the lingering economic slump is now the acutest euro area woe.
Furthermore, one can observe that predicting Stop 4 using all four approaches have acutest changes in the peak or off-peak period.
For several years, she worked as an administrative assistant at Acutest Laboratories, Marlboro, and retired three years ago due to illness.
* "The Acutest Ear in Paris." On Proust (whom Hitchens wanted to write a book about).
One important lesson that can be drawn from this analysis is that the diminution of deprivation in both groups is much smaller than using only poverty lines methods, though the reduction of the acutest form of material shortage (chronic poverty) was undoubtedly significant.
Among the acutest form of cadmium poisoned lot of human beings incidence of Itai-itai disease can be named [27].
We studied and analyzed the anamnestic, clinical, neurological, laboratory and instrumental data of 220 patients with ischemic stroke in acutest and acute periods, who were hospitalized in the department of neurology and intensive care unit of the Republican Scientific Center of Emergency Medicine during 2004-2008.
If may be that in all her phrases stirred The grinding water and the gasping wind; But if was she and not the sea we heard It was her voice that made The sky acutest at its vanishing.
In contrast, 'Boden opened up with an array of scoring that included a kicked point from David Sweeney, a long range Keaney effort and a James Doody score from the acutest of right wing angles.
Levin is one of the acutest analysts of interpretive method I have ever read.
The full back ran onto Elano s pass and somehow managed to blast his shot into the net from the acutest of angles in the 55th minute of the Group G match as Dunga s team scraped a win in the opening match of their quest for a sixth world title.