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deep

(Down), adjective at the lowest point, below, below floor level, below ground level, below the floor, below the ground, beneath, under grade, under the ground, underground, underneath
Associated concepts: declaration against interest, declaraaion of a dividend, declaration of a trust, in deep trouble with the law, searching deep into the evidence of a case, self-serving declaration

deep

(Profound), adjective abstruse, astute, erudite, esoteric, intellectual, intellectually profound, penetrating, perceptive, philosophical, recondite, sagacious, sage, scholarly, thoughtful, wise
Associated concepts: deep constituted interpretation
See also: abstruse, broad, capacious, esoteric, extensive, incomprehensible, ingrained, intense, obscure, profound, recondite, sapient
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the deepness of industrial penetration, for example, the corporation as an average statistical representative of the industry, has the history, the stable market share, the innovation etc.
The resin on the floor looks like a dark lake reflecting the light," Picault says, "so it gives you a feeling of deepness as well.
BEIRUT, March 28 (KUNA) -- Counselor at the Kuwaiti Embassy in Lebanon Jassem Al-Najem on Wednesday affirmed deepness of historical relations between Kuwait and Lebanon and Kuwait's keenness on improving and strengthen bilateral ties in order to serve both countries.
And yes, I jumped off the highest ones several times without checking the deepness of the water.
From a mindless lynching to learning something understanding, "Soul Purpose" tells a poignant yet saddening story about the deepness of racism in culture.
We can all blame London, and I think we would all argue that the pace and the deepness of the cuts is too fast, too soon, but there are things we can be doing," he said.
How much of a reality are our views of exploring the deepness of space?
Officials said that when the deepness of the port was increased, container ships --which were 230 meter or longer-- would be able to dock the port too.
All animals were anesthetised with ether pro narcosi, depilated in dorsal area and skin trauma was performed with a punch out 6 mm instrument for dermal biopsy until the muscular aponevrose in order to have a similar trauma in length and deepness in all animals.
Saturation, as one of the most important parameters of color, influences the deepness of the color in vision.
Nobakhti concluded "other special feature of this ocean liner is chemical and physiques laboratory and it uses a "profiler system" which uses frequencies to calculate the deepness of water.