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ultimately.adverb
in the end; finally; eventually
ultimate.adjective
of the greatest significance; fundamental; elemental.(an ultimate truth); maximum (Nirvana is a human being's highest goal); being last in a series, process, or progression

unrelenting.adjective
not softening or yielding in determination; hard; stern (an unrelenting leader; the principal was too stern with the students); not letting up or weakening in vigor or pace; constant (the unrelenting struggle) 
unrelentingly.adverb

usurp, usurped, usurping, usurps.transitive verbs
transitive verb senses.to seize and hold the power or rights of another or exercise authority or possession wrongfully; to act as your own authority; appropriate; to take over or occupy without right (usurp a neighbor's land)
intransitive verb senses.to seize and hold as office, place or powers in possession by force or without right (usurp a throne); to take or make use of without right (usurped the rights to his life story); to take the place of by or as if by force; supplant (must not let stock responses based on inherited prejudice usurp careful judgment
usurper.noun,.plural.usurpers
usurpingly.adverb
usurpation.noun,.plural.usurpations
the act of usurping, especially the wrongful seizure of royal sovereignty as in the case of Queen Elizabeth I of England, 1508-March 23, 1603; a wrongful seizure or exercise of authority or privilege belonging to another; an encroachment ("in our own day, gross usurpations upon the liberty of private life"....John Stuart Mill)

utter, uttered, uttering, utters.transitive verbs
to send forth with the voice; to articulate.(words); pronounce or speak
utterer.noun
utter, utterable.adjectives
complete; absolute; entire (utter nonsense; what we think to be the utter end of the universe); utter darkness
utterly.adverb
entirely, completely, absolutely
utterance.noun
the act of uttering; vocal expression; the power of speaking; speech (as long as I have utterance); something uttered or expressed; a statement
utterance.noun
the uttermost end or extremity

uttermost.noun
the greatest amount or degree possible; the utmost
uttermost.adjective
utmost; outermost
utmost.noun
the most possible; the extreme limit; the highest attainable point or degree (the uttermost in reliability); the highest, greatest or best of one's abilities, powers, and resources (will do our utmost to help) 
as an.adjective-situated at the farthest or most distant point; extreme (the utmost point of the Earth); of the greatest or highest degree, quantity, number or amount (a matter of utmost concern) 

unobtrusive.adjective
not obtrusive not blatant, arresting, or aggressive; inconspicuous
unobtrusively.adverb
unobtrusiveness.noun

untoward.adjective
hard to deal with; stubborn; unruly; unseemly

unravel, unraveled, unraveling, unravels.verbs
transitive verb use.to make clear of confusion or involvement; to undo or ravel (ravel and unravel mean the same thing) the knitted fabric of; to separate (entangled threads); to separate and clarify the elements of (something mysterious or baffling); solve
intransitive verb use to become unraveled

unfetter, unfettered, unfettering, unfetters.transitive verbs
free from restraint in that which is good for self and others: Romans 13:10; liberate (see fetter); to set free or keep free from restrictions which harness something

usury.noun,.plural.usuries
interest on money, ok to do in some cases, such as:.Luke 19:23; the lending of money, which can be created out of thin air by those banks allowed to do so and that created also with the load factor of an interest charge on this 'thin air' money, different than the investment of money earned and used to advance service to humanity; usury was forbidden throughout ancient history; why? Proverbs 11:15 "He that is surety for a stranger shall smart for it and he that hates suretiship is sure."
usurious.adjective
practicing usury; of or constituting usury (usurious interest rates; loaning at over 10% interest was a crime until banks increased lending rates)
usuriously.adverb
usuriousness.noun

underling.noun,.plural.underlings
one who is under the orders of another; subordinate; inferior

untenable.adjective
not tenable; that cannot be defended; incapable of being tenanted or occupied; being such that maintenance or defense is impossible (an untenable document); being such that occupation or habitation is impossible (untenable quarters {the place being so messy, no one would live there})
untenability, untenableness.nouns
untenably.adverb

utilize, utilizing, utilized, utilizes.transitive verbs
to put to use; get profit or benefit from by using
utilization.noun,.plural.utilizations
utilizable.adjective

uracil.noun
a pyrimidine-(colorless, crystalline organic-compound)-derivative, which is a major component of nucleic acids and nucleotides; like purine is an organic nitrogenous base soluble in water

ultrasonic.adjective
having a frequency above the human ear's audibility limit of about 20,000 Hertz, used of waves and vibrations 
ultrasonically.adverb

ultra.adjective
going beyond what is usual or ordinary; on the far side of; beyond; ultra is added to adjectives to form other adjectives that emphasize that something or someone has a quality to an extreme degree (that skateboard move was ultra cool); going beyond others or beyond due limit; of, relating to, or espousing extreme devotion, as to a cause (ancient Pharisees in the time of Emmanuel on Earth were ultrareligious); immoderately.adhering to a belief, fashion, or course of action; extreme; beyond the range, scope, or limit of (ultrasonic; ultraviolet; a wide range of ultra-modern equipment; an ultra-modern building; these servicemen were ultra-cautious when it came to aircraft maintenance); above and beyond something in a range; (an ultra-light jacket; an ultra-ambitious executive)
ultra.noun
extremist

ultra vires.adverb.or.adjective
beyond the scope or in excess of legal power or authority; beyond the legal authority of an individual or corporation, as opposed to intra vires; beyond an entity's legal power or authority

universe.noun,.plural.universes
the whole body of things and phenomena observed or postulated; cosmos; the entire celestial cosmos; our home universe being the Milky Way-Galaxy

unified field.noun
a recent discovery, the unified field describes nature at all energies; i.e. what happens if the energies can be adjusted to equivalent GeV, say 10 to the 16th or 18th power?; the experience of the unified field which is pure consciousness constitutes a fourth major state of human consciousness, physiologically and subjectively.distinct from waking, dreaming and deep sleep; this experience is marked by the onset.of global (all over the brain area) EEG (Electroencephalogram) coherence.and increased alpha power, indicating maximum orderliness of brain functioning and utilization of the total brain

Einstein spent 30 years of his life searching for a unifying theory to reconcile that which he was aware of regarding the functioning of the Universe. He never found it. Dr. John Hagelin has found it

The unified field is silent yet from its enormous potential comes everything. One experiences the unified field in meditation. No, lights don't go off. No, you hear nothing. No, you feel nothing. That's just it. It's a field of 'nothingness', that is, nothingness compared to what we comprehend about the physical world we are in. It's just a field of silence. It seems hokey but it's not, as it's from here that things well up to your conscious mind's attention. It's from here one can make a difference. Meditation allows the conscious mind to identify itself with the unified field in the stillness of pure consciousness.

Life on Earth is very sensitive to the values of fundamental. physical constants. The tiniest change in any of these.(or these).would result in changes so drastic that life as we know it would not, could not, exist. It's the Universal Intelligent Energy/Spirit that continues sustaining the universe and our world as we know it.

From ICID (International Center for Invincible Defense, invincibledefense.org) brochure:."The unified field uses Gauge supersymmetry which is the scientific principle through which the Unified Field dynamically upholds its unity—its perfectly balanced supersymmetric union of diametrically opposed tendencies, known as Bose and Fermi fields. If this perfect, supersymmetric balance were to be challenged by potentially disruptive permutations among its bosonic and fermionic components, then specialized components of the Unified Field called gauge gravitinos.spontaneously respond with a countervailing force, preserving the perfect symmetry of the system. All these fundamental principles of invincibility—the principle of indomitable strength, the principle of impenetrable.coherence.(the Meissner Effect), and the principle of infinite adaptability.(gauge supersymmetry)—become fully functional in the nation when the qualities of the Unified Field are enlivened in national consciousness through large groups of coherence-creating experts practicing the Invincible Defense Technology. These cutting-edge scientific principles of invincibility from physics explain how, in modern scientific terms, by enlivening total Natural Law.(how?)—the Unified Field—and its invincible qualities in the collective consciousness of society, the Invincible Defense Technology creates indomitable strength and national invincibility—as confirmed by extensive published research."

When in this amazing field, the laws of the physical don't apply, for example, we don't think we can live beyond a few days without water and certainly not beyond 2 months without food. How about going 11 years without food and only a cup of buttermilk about once a year and no water? This is what the engineer Hira Ratan Manak did and does. He says one gets all the nutrition he needs from the Sun and that vegetables, etc. are simply different tasting captured Sun's energy. See the movie in which he explains how he does it. And then there's the boy who has continually meditated for over a year now and is going for another 5 years. Type 'boy meditates for five years' into YouTube.

unique.adjective
one and only; different from all others; having no like or equal; unusual; rare
uniquely.adverb
uniqueness.noun

unmitigated.adjective
not lessened or eased; not mitigated

udder.noun
a bag like organ containing the mammary glands, characteristic of certain female mammals, such as cows, sheep and goats

unbiased.adjective
without bias or prejudice; impartial; fair
unbiasedly.adverb
unbiasedness.noun

unqualified.adjective
not modified by conditions or reservations; absolute.(an unqualified success); lacking the proper or required qualifications (unqualified for the job; not qualified yet)
unqualifiedly.adverb

unfounded.adjective
not based on fact or sound.evidence leading to proof positive; groundless; baseless; not established
unfoundedly.adverb
unfoundedness.noun

undermine, undermined, undermining, undermines.transitive verbs
to weaken by wearing away a base or foundation (water has undermined the stone foundations); to weaken, injure or impair, often by degrees or imperceptibly; sap (late hours can undermine one's health); to dig a mine or tunnel beneath

unerring.adjective
committing no mistakes; not erring; consistently accurate
unerringly.adverb

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