The PDK monomers can then be used to produce flawless new plastic again and again. There are still places in the sea that are as pristine as I knew them when I was a child. Today, the Stanley is in perfect condition after another round of renovations completed in 2013. It`s full of pristine lakes, rivers, and views of the Southern Rockies. A long, long time ago, the original was used to describe primitive or ancient things. It wasn`t until 1899 that the word became “intact” or “pure.” Conservationists strive to preserve pristine rainforests, just as vacationers are always looking for a pristine beach to relax. A new car should come to you in perfect condition, and I hope you will do your best to keep it that way. It was, of course, a shadow of the statue of Midas, which the boys had never restored to its original state. To remove possible impurities, Candela and his colleagues sorted out obviously degraded old DNA from more original modern sequences. Medicine and religion have been closely linked since ancient times. The main price is a pristine white Fiat Panda 4X4 – with all the options.
These sample phrases are automatically selected from various online information sources to reflect the current use of the word “flawless”. The views expressed in the examples do not represent the views of Merriam-Webster or its editors. Send us your feedback. We have Indigenous hearts and virtues, just like other nations; who are noble, powerful and exemplary in their irreproachable purity. Their ball movement was impeccable, and perhaps the most impressive part of Michigan`s performance was that first-year star center Hunter Dickinson barely accounted for his team`s success. If something is spotless, it is spotlessly clean or has never been used. So please check your shoes before walking on a pristine white carpet. Sestito hypothesized that perhaps pockets of pristine gas managed to dodge all the metals that had been ejected from supernovae for eons, and then collapsed to form stars that looked deceptively old. Beauty is often perfect, Harding says, while the word “beautiful” contains more of the idea of extremes and may involve decay. There are still examples of degradation, but there are very few examples of such pristine ecosystems.
But it is far from true that all tribes have identical ceremonies and ideas with this original organization. Second, agriculture is “properly used again” and preserved in its original honor; and the earth will produce its fruits in abundance. Intact in the 16th century. In the nineteenth century, people borrowed the meanings of “early” and “original” from the Latin word pristinus and applied these meanings to both what is desirable and what is undesirable. But civilized people have long tended to admire a simpler and pristine past. The assumption is that if things were in their oldest or original state, they were better. Thus, intact has been expanded to describe the idea of an intact, intact or unpolluted state. And what is intact or intact can mean the freshness and cleanliness of something that has just been done, which explains how intact also means “fresh and clean”. Increase your test score with programs developed by Vocabulary.com experts.