Intensely [adverb]

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They also prevent the build-up of small trees, shrubs and woody material, which otherwise cause the fires that do spark to become especially large and intense.

This has attracted intense interest in the last decades, as physicists started considering a variety of approaches toward the construction of a theory of quantum gravity.

Far outside our galaxy, 500 million light-years away, intense, random bursts of radio waves have been flashing for four days at a time.

Despite the intense focus on a vaccine, some worry it’s the wrong priority.

China, which reopened with temperature checks and intense monitoring, has seen a few bumps in the road but no massive problems.

The intense heat wave that gripped Siberia during the first half of 2020 would have been impossible without human-caused climate change, a new study finds.

For example, a fast radio burst’s waves are highly polarized, which suggests that they come from an intense magnetic field.

Once in a while, the sunlight entering a raindrop is especially intense.

Such an intense heat wave in the region is about 10 times more likely now than it was in 1900, his team’s study found.

I think really it takes up Wednesday morning, is very intense preparation.