American authorities have long known al-Bahri; they interrogated him intensively after the 9/11 attacks.
The home range is used most intensively near centers of activity that are near woodland edges or in other areas of good cover.
Each of these movements is treated as intensively as time permits.
In cattle, the disease is equally widespread, particularly in those countries where live stock has been intensively developed.
This phase of study can scarcely be too intensively followed.
But these emotions of coercion and domination cannot be intensively cultivated and then turned off as by a tap.
Where others merely "boost," Cleveland "boosts" intensively.
Vineyards, on the other hand, can only be worked "intensively."
But the earlier part is gracious—a word specifically and intensively applicable to it.
I looked out and found the most intensively cultivated twenty-foot plot I had ever seen or imagined.
mid-15c., from French intensif (14c.), from Latin intens-, past participle stem of intendere (see intend). As a noun, 1813, from the adjective. Alternative intensitive is a malformation. Intensive care attested from 1958. Related: Intensively.